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Mrs. Streckfus

Math 7 Grades
  • All assignments and grades are in the Canvas Gradebook
  • Each Monday & Friday, Mrs. Streckfus sync's from Canvas to Aeries Grades
  • Grade Category Weights:
    • Academic Learning   40% (CPM Lessons, classwork, etc....what is not completed in class is Homework)
    • Retakable Quizzes  20% 
    • Common Assessments (Tests)  40
  • Overall Grade
    • 90-100%   A
    • 80-89%     B
    • 70-79%     C
    • 60-69%     D
    • 55-59%     F  

Homework Help   

  1. Math Interactive Notebook (notes and previously completed problems)
  2. Chapter Toolkits (chapter review resource)
  3. CPM Online Homework Help (online step-by-step problem help)
  4. Homework Math Videos in Canvas by CPM Lesson (online problem overview and step-by-step help on key problems)
  5. Paper Tutoring (free online tutoring for students that the District has provided)
  6. Drop in with Mrs. Streckfus after school until 3pm


Retakable Quizzes

Students can retake quizzes until they achieve the desired grade.


Test Retakes

Students can increase their grade by completing a Test Retake.  Students need to complete the Chapter Practice Test with 70% or higher to qualify and then see Mrs. Streckfus to verify it is completed and to have the Retake Test opened up individually for each student.  Students can take one Retake for each Common Assessment.


Missing  or Late Work

Students can turn in missing or late work for full credit until the end of each semester.  


CPM Parent Support

To be successful in mathematics, students need to develop the ability to reason mathematically. To do so, students need to think about what they already know and then connect this knowledge to the new ideas they are learning. Many students are not used to the idea that what they learned yesterday or last week will be connected to today’s lesson. Too often students do not have to do much thinking in school because they are usually just told what to do. When students understand that connecting prior learning to new ideas is a normal part of their education, they will be more successful in this mathematics course (and any other course, for that matter). The student’s responsibilities for learning mathematics include the following:

  • Actively contributing in whole class and study team work and discussion.
  • Completing (or at least attempting) all assigned problems and turning in assignments in a timely manner.
  • Checking and correcting problems on assignments (usually with their study partner or study team) based on answers and solutions provided in class and online.
  • Asking for help when needed from his or her study partner, study team, and/or teacher.
  • Attempting to provide help when asked by other students.
  • Taking notes and using his/her Toolkit when recommended by the teacher or the text.
  • Keeping a well-organized notebook.
  • Not distracting other students from the opportunity to learn.

Assisting your child to understand and accept these responsibilities will help him or her to be successful in this course, develop mathematical reasoning, and form habits that will help her/him become a life-long learner.


Homework Help                                                                             Additional Resources                                               


Parent Guide with Extra Practice