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Middle School Mathematics Course Pathways

 Moreland School District 

Middle School Mathematics Course Pathways 2019-20

On August 2, 2010, the California Dept. of Education voted unanimously to adopt new standards for both Mathematics and English Language Arts. Educational standards describe what students should know and be able to do in each grade. In anticipation of the changing math standards, middle school math teacher leaders from EDS and MMS worked with math teacher leaders from Campbell Union High School District in the spring of 2013, to develop our course content and outlines. All math classes have new course titles as indicated below. Algebra and Geometry standards are now taught throughout grades 6-12. As of 2014-15, they are no longer offered as stand-alone courses because of the full integration of common core standards. Our courses and curriculum will be in alignment with the Campbell High School District so that there will be clear pathways from 8th grade to high school.  


 

Grade 6

Grade 7

Grade 8

Grade 9

Grade level path #1

Math 6

Math 7

Math 8

Integrated 

Math 1

One middle school acceleration point #1

Math 6

Math 7 Compacted2

Math 8 Compacted/Integrated Math 1

Integrated

 Math 2

One middle school acceleration point #2

Math 6 Applied1

Math 7 



Math 8 

Integrated 

Math 1

Middle school accelerated path

Math 6 Applied1

Math 7 Compacted2

Math 8 Compacted/Integrated Math 1

Integrated 

Math 2


Middle School Pathway Footnotes: 

1 Students enrolled in Math 6A (Applied) are taught 6th grade level concepts at an application level. 

2 Starting in the 7th grade, Math C (Compacted) courses are offered to students. These courses are offered as a two-year block so that the compacted pathway, “ Math 7C and Math 8C”, allows the student to complete the first year of high school math by the end of the 8th grade.