Tuesday 10 to 11 am
6th to 8th graders
About the Course
This course will begin with a review of middle school math skills and end with basic algebra problem-solving techniques. Students will focus on adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing positive and negative numbers, fractions, and decimals, as well as GCF, LCM, graphing, divisibility rules etc. This is a great way to strengthen mathematical concepts before moving onto Algebra I. This class meets once/week, but is offered on Tue and Thur. Students are welcome to take one or both classes. There will be homework assigned after each class.
Jeanne is the Director/Co-founder of Cheverly STEM. She is a seasoned homeschooling mom of seven children. She is a yogi and vegetarian by nature and an engineer by training (UMCP). Jeanne has been working in the field of civil engineering for 30+ years. During which she managed multi-million dollar budgets and supervised thousands of employees - training many of them. Additionally, she and her husband have built home additions, decks and custom furniture, as well as their own geodesic home in Cheverly. She loves working with young people and looks forward to meeting your family.