Middle School Summer Math Program 2019

District 97 will offer Summer Math classes for incoming 6th, 7th and 8th grade students.  Registration runs Wednesday, February 13th - Tuesday, April 30th. Final confirmations will be sent out on Wednesday, May 15th.

District 97 will offer Summer Math Classes for incoming 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students.

Dates: June 17 - July 03, 2019; Monday - Friday.

Time: 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM or 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (Students may attendonly one session)

Location: Julian Middle School (transportation is not provided)

Cost: $180.00 (Scholarships are automatically applied for students currently participating in the free or reduced lunch program by using theappropriate registration links below. PLEASE NOTE: Fee includes a $25non-refundable registration fee for ALL students. Should you cancel your child(ren)'s registration, you will be issued a refund minus the $25 registration fee.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the rigorous, fast pace of the course; extended absences are not advised. If your child must miss days; it is your and your child's responsibility to make up any missed work and be prepared for the end of the course exam (if applicable). The teacher may not be able to review information with your child due to the fast pace of the course.

2019 Summer Math Review Courses

Current Course

Summer 2019 Math Review Course

5th Grade Math

Introduction to Middle School Math

Math 6/7

Math 6/7 Review

Math 7/8

Math 7/8 Review

Math 7

Math 7 Review

Algebra 7

Algebra 7 Review

2019 Summer Math Bridge Courses

Current Course

2019 Summer Math Bridge Courses

Course to Advance to for 2019-2020

5th Grade Math

Math 6/7 (Blended Learning)

Math 7/8

Math 6/7

Math 7/8

Math 8/9

Math 7

Algebra 7

Algebra 8

Algebra 7

Advanced Algebra 8

Geometry 9

Current 5th grade students:

Incoming 6th grade students have the opportunity to take Introduction to Middle School Math or the Math 6/7 Blended Learning course. To register, simply use the appropriate links below.

Introduction to Middle School Math - This class is designed to prepare 5th grade students for middle school mathematics.  Classes will provide additional support to students who need to review the 5th grade Common Core Math Standards. There will also be opportunities for students desiring to be challenged. Topics covered will include fraction and decimal operations, proportions, and geometry. Homework will not be given for this class.

Math 6/7 Blended Learning Pilot (current 5th grade students will test into Math 7/8): This blended learning class will be taught online and will focus on digging deeper into the skills from Math  6/7. Students will be provided a device if needed. Topics covered will include fraction and decimal operations, ratios, proportions and geometry. A final exam will be given onsite at the end of the course that student must pass in order to be recommended for Math 7/8. Students can expect to receive homework for this class.

  • Families may access the 6th grade Math Placement Matrix for Middle School Math Course Placement here when trying to decide if this course is appropriate for your child.   We encourage families to review your child's winter MAP math percentile and in anticipation of your child’s spring MAP math percentile, roughly estimate if he/she will be placed in Math 6/7 or Math 7/8 class.  If the average percentile for these two MAP assessments is 89th or higher, your child will be placed in Math 7/8. If your child did not meet the criteria, they may reach the criteria through demonstration of understanding on the 6th Grade Math Placement Assessment taken towards the end of 5th grade.  Based on this information, families can decide if it would be beneficial for their child to participate in the Math 6/7 Blended Learning Summer Bridge course or the Introduction to Middle School Math Summer Review course. The Math 6/7 Blended Learning Summer Bridge course will be taught online at 8:00 am or 10:00 am. A final exam will be given at Julian on Wednesday, July 3rd that the student must pass in order to be recommended for Math 7/8.

Current 6th grade students:

Math 6/7 Review - This class will focus on digging deeper into the skills from Math 6/7. Topics covered will include fraction and decimal operations, ratios, proportions and geometry. Homework will not be given for this class.

Math 7/8 Review - This class will focus on digging deeper into the skills from Math 7/8. Topics covered will include Algebraic Thinking, Real Number Operations, Solving Linear Equations, Graphing Linear Equations, Writing Linear Equations, Solving and Graphing Linear Inequalities, Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities.  Homework will not be given for this class.

Math 7/8 (current math 6/7 students will test into Math 8/9) - This fast paced class will focus on Algebraic Thinking, Real Number Operations, Solving Linear Equations, Graphing Linear Equations, Writing Linear Equations, Solving and Graphing Linear Inequalities, Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities.  A final exam will be given at the end of the course that students must pass in order to be recommended for Math 8/9. Students can expect to receive homework for this class.

Current 7th grade students:

Math 7 Review - This class will focus on digging deeper into the skills from Math 7.  Topics covered will include solving algebraic equations, number sense with fractions and integers, and proportional reasoning.  Homework will not be given for this class.

Algebra 7 Review - This class will focus on digging deeper into the skills from Algebra 7.  Topics covered will include Solving Linear Equations, Graphing Linear Equations, Writing Linear Equations, Solving and Graphing Linear Inequalities, Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities.  Homework will not be given for this class.

Algebra 7  (current Math 7 students will test into Algebra 8) - This fast paced class will focus on Solving Linear Equations, Graphing Linear Equations, Writing Linear Equations, Solving and Graphing Linear Inequalities, Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities.  A final exam will be given at the end of the course that students must pass in order to be recommended for Algebra 8*. Students can expect to receive homework for this class.

Advanced Algebra 8 (current Algebra 7 students will test into Geometry 9) - This fast paced class will focus on rules of exponents, quadratic equations, factoring, radical functions, and rational functions. A final exam will be given at the end of the course that students must pass in order to be recommended for Geometry 9. Students can expect to receive homework for this class.

Go here to register.

Register here if your child receives free lunch.

Register here if your child receives reduced lunch.

Independent Study:

If your incoming 7th or 8th grader is unable to attend the Summer Math Program, he/she can participate in our Independent Study program. The table below outlines the options for Independent Study:

2019 Summer Math Independent Study

Current Course

2019 Summer Independent Study Course

Course to Advance to for 2019-2020

Math 6/7

Math 7/8

Math 8/9

Math 7

Algebra 7

Algebra 8

Algebra 7

Advanced Algebra 8

Geometry 9

Click here to register for Independent Study.

End of course exams will be given to students on the following dates only:

Wednesday, July 3rd (Julian Middle School)

Wednesday, July 24th at 9 a.m. (District 97 Main Office) for Independent Study Participants