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HCBE Mathematics Department

In August 2012 Georgia implemented the Common Core State Standards mathematics curriculum for grades K-9. These standards have been aligned in grade levels called the Common Core Georgia Performance Standards.  

Click on one of the Three School-Level Images Below to Navigate Directly to That Level-Specific Site

    Elementary School Middle School High School

 

 CCGPS OVERVIEW

Elementary students are exposed to number sense, computation, geometry, measurement, data and statistics, probability, algebraic thinking and patterns and daily problem solving starting in kindergarten. Middle school students are exposed to all of these strands, with a daily focus on algebraic skills and real world problem solving. High school students expand on the foundations set in grades K-8 and have opportunities to take a program of study in mathematics that suits their current and post-secondary needs, including Advanced Placement (AP) math courses and distance learning classes through Middle Georgia State College.

The "Big Ideas" found at each of the three school levels can be found in the chart below.  Click the chart to enlarge it.

 

 


Contact Information:
We welcome your questions and concerns.

Mathematics Coordinator, Grades K-5

Mrs. Nikki Cooper

1100 Main Street
Perry, Georgia 31069
478-988-6200 x-10394
or click below to email:
Mrs. Nikki Cooper
 

Mathematics Coordinator, Grades 6-12
 

Dr. Cassie Rape

1100 Main Street
Perry, Georgia 31069
478-988-6200 x-10322
or click below to email:
Dr. Cassie Rape
 

Mathematics Secretary, Teaching and Learning Office

Mrs. Susan Rodriguez

1100 Main Street
Perry, Georgia 31069
478-988-6200 x-10323
or click below to email:
Mrs. Susan Rodriguez

 


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