Harrisonburg City Schools Mathematics - A place where learning has no limits and together we work for the success of all.

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A place where learning has no limits and together we work for the success of all.

Breaking News!

Adopted 2016 Standards - This will take you to the crosswalk information for the new 2016 SOLs.  The  2017-2018 school year will be a crossover year.  We will begin to implement the 2016 standards, however the 2009 standards will still be assessed.  In 2018-2019 we will fully implement the 2016 standards.

Welcome!

Welcome!  The HCPS Mathematics webpage is designed for parents, teachers, and students to be able to quickly and easily find information about the math programs offered in Harrisonburg City Schools.

Mathematical Thinking

Excerpts from the Virginia Department of Mathematics Curriculum Framework

Students today require more rigorous mathematical knowledge and skills to pursue higher education, to compete in a techologically sophisticated work force, and to be informed citizens.  Students must gain an understanding of fundamental ideas and they must develop proficiency in mathematical skills.

The goals for all students are that they: become mathematical problem solvers, communicate mathematically, reason mathematically, make mathematical connections, and use mathematical representations to model and interpret practical situations.

Contacts and Policies

The Elementary Mathematics Coordinator for Harrisonburg City Public Schools is Amy Henderson.

The Middle and High School Mathematics Coordinator for Harrisonburg City Public Schools is Brian Nussbaum.

As with all material found on the Internet, teachers and parents should be very cafeful in allowing students to explore these sites unless direct supervision is provided.  Harrisonburg City Public Schools is not responsible for the content of various links beyond the initial levels of each site.

                                                    Updated August 2017