Math

Compass Program

Elementary: Grade K-5

EHS elementary mathematics programs strive to build 21st-century problem solvers, mathematical thinkers, and collaborative citizens. From kindergarten to sixth grade, students develop and grow learning operations, multiplicative thinking, algebraic thinking, geometry, spatial relations and measurement in their mathematical journey. EHS teachers have a deep commitment to teaching students the needed skills to be successful 21st-century citizens. Mathematical instruction aligns to the Washington State Standards and uses Odysseyware in Mathematics as its curriculum to support learning these standards.

 

Elementary: Grade 6

The EHS 6th grade math courses continue to develop problem solvers who seek to understand and can communicate effectively. Students have opportunities to make connections to real-world contexts throughout the materials as most units include a real-world application lesson. In our consumable problem-based curriculum, students work on carefully crafted and sequenced mathematics problems to build on their number sense as they develop a foundational fluency for geometry, algebra, and statistics.


Atlas Program

EHS middle school math courses continue to develop problem solvers who seek to understand and can communicate effectively. Students have opportunities to make connections to real-world contexts throughout the materials as most units include a real-world application lesson. In our consumable problem-based curriculum, students work on carefully crafted and sequenced mathematics problems to build on their number sense as they develop a foundational fluency for geometry, algebra, and statistics.


High School

The EHS traditionally sequenced math courses extend the work of granting all students the opportunity to develop into creative problem solvers, critical thinkers, life-long learners, and more capable adults. Our program uses online resources through Odysseyware, consumable textbooks, interactive technology, and student-centered classrooms to develop deep conceptual understanding that supports ongoing growth and continued development in mathematics.