Did you miss Math Masters? Put your own group of 5 students or more together and Mrs. Wetmore will reteach the sessions to your private group! A high school group for Sessions 13-15: Algebra Review is trying to form for Tuesday 8/8 from 3pm-6pm. Contact Mrs. Wetmore at jwetmore@savcps.com to join this group or schedule your own.

Math Masters2017 Math Review Sessions Wish you had a way to give your student a head start in math for the new school year?

Review material forgotten over the summer

Build confidence going into the new year

15 different courses of math review

Fun environment including games, activities, and competitions

Taught by SCPS’s Jackie Wetmore, with 25 yrs. experience teaching 3rd-12th math

Courses are accepted by SCPS Middle School and many other schools toward summer tutoring requirements (1 session = 1 hour).

Ages: rising 4th through rising 12th graders

Dates: July 24-28

Registration: Click here for registration. Each session will only be offered once, so space is limited. Classes will be filled in the order that registration forms are received, so register immediately for best selection. Students can be registered online up until the night before the session(s) if space is available. Classes are open to SCPS and non-SCPS students alike.

Please note: These are intended to be review sessions of material already learned. Please keep this in mind when registering your student for sessions. However, students are welcome to attend sessions on material they have not previously learned for enrichment.

Cost: $25 per session; $70 for any three sessions; $140 for any six; $210 for any nine; $280 for any twelve (discounted rates are per child and may not be combined between children). Payment cannot be made online. Please send payment to: Jackie Wetmore, 132 Captain John's Drive, Savannah, GA 31410.

Refunds: If you need to cancel your registration, you must do so by July 11th to receive a refund. Cancellations after July 11th and no shows will not receive a refund.

What to bring: Pencils, money for drinks and snacks (if desired), and students in Sessions 12-15 should bring a graphing calculator (if they have one - it is not mandatory!)

Questions? Please contact Jackie Wetmore at jwetmore@savcps.com Course Descriptions

Session 1: Elementary Math Masters, Part 1 (offered Monday, July 24th, at 9:00 am) Interpreting data from graphs; representing data with graphs; fractions – drawing fractional parts, equivalent fractions, expressing in simplest form, comparing and ordering, adding and subtracting; solving word problems

Session 2: Elementary Math Masters, Part 2 (offered Monday, July 24th, at 10:00 am) Adding and subtracting whole numbers, multiplying by 1 and 2 digit numbers, dividing 2 and 3 digit numbers by 1 digit divisors, translating words to numeric expressions, strategies for solving word problems

Session 3: Elementary Math Masters, Part 3 (offered Monday, July 24th, at 11:00 am) Place value – reading, writing, comparing, ordering, and rounding; decimals – comparing, ordering, adding, subtracting, and rounding; strategies for solving word problems; money word problems including computing price and making change

Session 4: Conceptual Geometry Masters (offered Tuesday, July 25th, at 9:00 am) Perimeter and circumference; area of a circle, rectangle, square, triangle, parallelogram; volume of a cube, box, cylinder; complementary and supplementary angles; classifications of angles and triangles; symmetry

Session 5: Probability and Statistics Masters (offered Tuesday, July 25th, at 10:00 am) Mean, median, mode, range, interpreting data from graphs, real world data experiment (with Skittles) to create data and graphs, sample space, fundamental counting principal, probability of an event

Session 6: Advanced Decimals Masters (offered Tuesday, July 25th, at 11:00 am) Decimal place value; adding, subtracting, and multiplying decimals; dividing decimals by whole numbers; dividing decimals by decimal numbers; converting between decimals and fractions

Session 7: Advanced Fractions Masters (offered Wednesday, July 26th, at 9:00 am) Adding and subtracting with and without a common denominator, multiplying and dividing, converting between improper fractions and mixed numbers; adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing mixed numbers

Session 8: Integers Masters(operations with positive & negative numbers) (offered Wed, July 26th, at 10:00 am) Adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing positive and negative numbers; integers on the number line; comparing and ordering; absolute value; plotting positive and negative ordered pairs in the x-y plane

Session 9: Percents Masters (offered Wednesday, July 26th, at 11:00 am) Converting between decimals and percents; converting between fractions and percents; finding three types of missing components in percent problems; word problems calculating tax, total price, and sales prices

Session 10: Pre-Algebra Masters, Part 1 (offered Thursday, July 27th, at 9:00 am) Solving one-step equations; solving two-step equations with addition/subtraction and multiplication/division; order of operations; evaluating algebraic expressions; exponents; radicals

Session 11: Pre-Algebra Masters, Part 2 (offered Thursday, July 27th, at 10:00 am) Polynomials; identifying like terms and combining like terms; adding and subtracting polynomials; Distributive Property; rules for exponents; multiplying polynomials; Pythagorean Theorem; multiplying binomials by FOIL method

Session 12: Word Problem Masters (offered Thursday, July 27th, at 11:00 am) Strategies for setting up and solving word problems, translating word phrases into variable expressions, creating equations to fit real world data (math modeling), graphing with x/y chart, graphing with graphing calculator

Session 13: Algebra Masters, Part 1 (this content also on SAT/PSAT) (offered Fri., July 28th, at 9:00 am) Slope, creating equations of lines, slope-intercept form, point-slope form, standard form, functions, domain, range, x-intercept, y-intercept, graphing linear equations, graphing linear inequalities

Session 14: Algebra Masters, Part 2 (this content also on SAT/PSAT) (offered Fri., July 28th, at 10:00 am) Solving various types of equations for unknowns - proportions, linear equations, rational equations, absolute value equations, radical equations, quadratic equations; systems of equations; systems of linear inequalities

Session 15: Algebra Masters, Part 3 (this content also on SAT/PSAT) (offered Fri., July 28th, at 11:00 am) Factoring, greatest common factor, binomial factoring (difference of squares, difference of cubes, sum of cubes), trinomial factoring, factoring by grouping, Quadratic Formula

What parents of previous students are saying: “My son came home and actually asked why I had not signed him up for more sessions! He not only enjoyed being in the review class with friends, which made it more fun and comfortable for learning, he really liked the way the review was taught on a level which was understandable. He even enjoyed the competitions and was proud when he told me he got the problem correct. . !”

“My child had a blast and learned so much! He particularly enjoyed the games and competitions that made learning fun! Thank you!”

“Because the kids were still in summer mode, I think it was great that it was relaxed, fun, and educational – all at the same time.”

100% of parents said they felt the sessions gave their students a head start in mathfor the school year and increased their confidence in math!* “My son thoroughly enjoyed it and will be attending next year. Please have these sessions again.”

“My children both really enjoyed the sessions and wished that I had signed them up for more. I think this was an excellent idea. It really was an excellent refresher and helped them remember things they may have forgotten.”

“I am pleased we made the decision for our daughter to attend the math sessions. The review gave her confidence for beginning 6th grade. Even though she was doing “school work,” she was having fun while learning.”

92% were “highly likely” to recommend the sessions to a friend!* “I think this was such a wonderful idea! I am thrilled that these were offered to help refresh or pre-teach math concepts. Both of my sons attended multiple sessions. They enjoyed them and spoke very highly of Ms. Wetmore. It was amazing that they enjoyed them because prior to attending, they were furious that I signed them up for math during the summer!”*Based on parents’ voluntary responses from end-of-session survey

What courses should I sign my student up for? The following table shows the approximate* session content covered in grade level math courses, showing topics learned this year that need review for next year, and additional content to be learned next year. Remember sessions are intended for review of content already learned. However, students may attend sessions on material they have not previously learned for enrichment. For example, if your student was a rising 5th grader, Sessions 1-3 would be completely review; Sessions 4-8 would be part review and part enrichment, and would be content they would be learning this upcoming school year; and Sessions 8-15 would be nearly all enrichment, content they would learn in future years. *may vary from year-to-year, from instructor-to-instructor, and from school-to-school ●= all or nearly all ◕= more than half ◒= approximately half ◔= less than half ○= nearly not at all or not at all

Did you miss Math Masters?Put your own group of 5 students or more together and Mrs. Wetmore will reteach the sessions to your private group!

A high school group for Sessions 13-15: Algebra Review is trying to form for Tuesday 8/8 from 3pm-6pm.Contact Mrs. Wetmore at jwetmore@savcps.com to join this group or schedule your own.Math Masters2017 Math Review SessionsWish you had a way to give your student a head start in mathfor the new school year?Review material forgotten over the summerBuild confidence going into the new year15 different courses of math reviewFun environment including games, activities, and competitionsTaught by SCPS’s Jackie Wetmore, with 25 yrs. experience teaching 3rd-12th mathCourses are accepted by SCPS Middle School and many other schools toward summer tutoring requirements (1 session = 1 hour).Ages:rising 4th through rising 12th gradersDates:July 24-28Registration:Click here for registration.Each session will only be offered once, so space is limited. Classes will be filled in the order that registration forms are received, so register immediately for best selection. Students can be registered online up until the night before the session(s) if space is available.Classes are open to SCPS and non-SCPS students alike.Location:Savannah Christian Preparatory School, 1599 Chatham Parkway, Savannah, GA, Main Upper School building, Room 18 (Mrs. Wetmore's room)Please note:These are intended to besessions of material already learned. Please keep this in mind when registering your student for sessions. However, students are welcome to attend sessions on material they have not previously learned for enrichment.reviewCost:$25 per session; $70 for any three sessions; $140 for any six; $210 for any nine; $280 for any twelve (discounted rates are per child and may not be combined between children).Payment cannot be made online.Please send payment to: Jackie Wetmore, 132 Captain John's Drive, Savannah, GA 31410.Refunds:If you need to cancel your registration, you must do so by July 11th to receive a refund. Cancellations after July 11th and no shows will not receive a refund.What to bring:Pencils, money for drinks and snacks (if desired), and students in Sessions 12-15 should bring a graphing calculator (if they have one - it is not mandatory!)Questions?Please contact Jackie Wetmore at jwetmore@savcps.comCourse DescriptionsSession 1: Elementary Math Masters, Part 1(offered Monday, July 24th, at 9:00 am)Interpreting data from graphs; representing data with graphs; fractions – drawing fractional parts, equivalent fractions, expressing in simplest form, comparing and ordering, adding and subtracting; solving word problems

Session 2: Elementary Math Masters, Part 2(offered Monday, July 24th, at 10:00 am)Adding and subtracting whole numbers, multiplying by 1 and 2 digit numbers, dividing 2 and 3 digit numbers by 1 digit divisors, translating words to numeric expressions, strategies for solving word problems

Session 3: Elementary Math Masters, Part 3(offered Monday, July 24th, at 11:00 am)Place value – reading, writing, comparing, ordering, and rounding; decimals – comparing, ordering, adding, subtracting, and rounding; strategies for solving word problems; money word problems including computing price and making change

Session 4: Conceptual Geometry Masters(offered Tuesday, July 25th, at 9:00 am)Perimeter and circumference; area of a circle, rectangle, square, triangle, parallelogram; volume of a cube, box, cylinder; complementary and supplementary angles; classifications of angles and triangles; symmetry

Session 5: Probability and Statistics Masters(offered Tuesday, July 25th, at 10:00 am)Mean, median, mode, range, interpreting data from graphs, real world data experiment (with Skittles) to create data and graphs, sample space, fundamental counting principal, probability of an event

Session 6: Advanced Decimals Masters(offered Tuesday, July 25th, at 11:00 am)Decimal place value; adding, subtracting, and multiplying decimals; dividing decimals by whole numbers; dividing decimals by decimal numbers; converting between decimals and fractions

Session 7: Advanced Fractions Masters(offered Wednesday, July 26th, at 9:00 am)Adding and subtracting with and without a common denominator, multiplying and dividing, converting between improper fractions and mixed numbers; adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing mixed numbers

Session 8: Integers Masters(operations with positive & negative numbers)(offered Wed, July 26th, at 10:00 am)Adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing positive and negative numbers; integers on the number line; comparing and ordering; absolute value; plotting positive and negative ordered pairs in the x-y plane

Session 9: Percents Masters(offered Wednesday, July 26th, at 11:00 am)Converting between decimals and percents; converting between fractions and percents; finding three types of missing components in percent problems; word problems calculating tax, total price, and sales prices

Session 10: Pre-Algebra Masters, Part 1(offered Thursday, July 27th, at 9:00 am)Solving one-step equations; solving two-step equations with addition/subtraction and multiplication/division; order of operations; evaluating algebraic expressions; exponents; radicals

Session 11: Pre-Algebra Masters, Part 2(offered Thursday, July 27th, at 10:00 am)Polynomials; identifying like terms and combining like terms; adding and subtracting polynomials; Distributive Property; rules for exponents; multiplying polynomials; Pythagorean Theorem; multiplying binomials by FOIL method

Session 12: Word Problem Masters(offered Thursday, July 27th, at 11:00 am)Strategies for setting up and solving word problems, translating word phrases into variable expressions, creating equations to fit real world data (math modeling), graphing with x/y chart, graphing with graphing calculator

Session 13: AlgebraMasters, Part 1 (this content also onSAT/PSAT)(offered Fri., July 28th, at 9:00 am)Slope, creating equations of lines, slope-intercept form, point-slope form, standard form, functions, domain, range, x-intercept, y-intercept, graphing linear equations, graphing linear inequalities

Session 14: Algebra Masters, Part 2 (this content also onSAT/PSAT)(offered Fri., July 28th, at 10:00 am)Solving various types of equations for unknowns - proportions, linear equations, rational equations, absolute value equations, radical equations, quadratic equations; systems of equations; systems of linear inequalities

Session 15: Algebra Masters, Part 3 (this content also onSAT/PSAT)(offered Fri., July 28th, at 11:00 am)Factoring, greatest common factor, binomial factoring (difference of squares, difference of cubes, sum of cubes), trinomial factoring, factoring by grouping, Quadratic Formula

What parents of previous students are saying:“My son came home and actually asked why I had not signed him up for more sessions! He not only enjoyed being in the review class with friends, which made it more fun and comfortable for learning, he really liked the way the review was taught on a level which was understandable. He even enjoyed the competitions and was proud when he told me he got the problem correct. . !”

“My child had a blast and learned so much! He particularly enjoyed the games and competitions that made learning fun! Thank you!”

“Because the kids were still in summer mode, I think it was great that it was relaxed, fun, and educational – all at the same time.”

100% of parents said they felt the sessions gave their students a head start in mathfor the school year and increased their confidence in math!*“My son thoroughly enjoyed it and will be attending next year. Please have these sessions again.”

“My children both really enjoyed the sessions and wished that I had signed them up for more. I think this was an excellent idea. It really was an excellent refresher and helped them remember things they may have forgotten.”

“I am pleased we made the decision for our daughter to attend the math sessions. The review gave her confidence for beginning 6th grade. Even though she was doing “school work,” she was having fun while learning.”

92% were “highly likely” to recommend the sessions to a friend!*“I think this was such a wonderful idea! I am thrilled that these were offered to help refresh or pre-teach math concepts. Both of my sons attended multiple sessions. They enjoyed them and spoke very highly of Ms. Wetmore. It was amazing that they enjoyed them because prior to attending, they were furious that I signed them up for math during the summer!”*Based on parents’ voluntary responses from end-of-session survey

What courses should I sign my student up for?The following table shows the approximate* session content covered in grade level math courses, showing topics learned this year that need review for next year, and additional content to be learned next year. Remember sessions are intended for review of content already learned. However, students may attend sessions on material they have not previously learned for enrichment.

For example, if your student was a rising 5th grader, Sessions 1-3 would be completely review; Sessions 4-8 would be part review and part enrichment, and would be content they would be learning this upcoming school year; and Sessions 8-15 would be nearly all enrichment, content they would learn in future years. *may vary from year-to-year, from instructor-to-instructor, and from school-to-school

●= all or nearly all ◕= more than half ◒= approximately half ◔= less than half ○= nearly not at all or not at all