### Math 2 Class title: Math 2

Teacher Mr. D. Ovetsky

Schedule:

Twice a week:

Saturdays, 9:15-10:15am

Wednesday 6:00-7:00pm - Homework Hour

Dates:

Start date: 9/11

No classes on 11/27, 12/1 and 12/25

Total #28 classes in Fall semester.

Class curriculum will cover  the standard state curriculum, but  will teach  deeper understanding of the topics and knowledge of problem solving.

### Math 3 Class title: Math 3

Assistant Teacher: Tim Torubarov

Schedule:

Twice a week:

Saturdays, 9:30-10:30am

Tuesday 6:30 - 7:30 pm -  Homework Hour

Dates:

Start date: 9/11

No classes on 11/27, 12/1 and 12/25

Total #28 classes in Fall semester.

Prerequisites:

To enter this class students must be able to add and subtract 3-digit numbers, including “borrowing,” in a subtraction problem ;understanding of place value through the hundreds, e.g. that 20 tens equals 200; know multiplication facts and related division facts through the “5’s.”  Students must have simple understanding of fractions, e.g. 1/2 is larger than 1/3; ability to tell time, solve problems involving dollars and cents, read a simple picture graph, and know the basic geometric shapes (square, circle, cube, etc.)

### Math 4 Class title: Math 4

Assistant Teacher: Tim Torubarov

Twice a week:

Saturdays, 10:45-12:00pm

Wednesday, 7:30-8:30 - Homework Hour

Start date: 9/11

No classes on 11/27, 11/30 and 12/25

Total #28 classes in Fall semester.

Prerequisites for students to join the class:
To join Math 4 students must have a thorough understanding of place values
up to the thousands and that 3 thousands is 30 hundreds; addition and subtraction of 4-digit numbers, including “borrowing” in subtraction problems; multiplication tables and related division facts, through the 1 to 9 table; multiplication and division of 3-digit by 1-digit numbers; addition and subtraction of simple fractions with different denominators, equivalent fractions, ordering fractions by size, converting from simple improper fractions to a mixed number and vice versa; be able to solve 2-step word
problems involving all of these concepts; simple area and perimeter problems; units of measurement (g, kg, m, cm, etc.); adding and subtracting money (2 digit whole numbers with cents).

### Math 5 Class title: Math 5

Assistant Teacher: Ankit Verghese

Schedule:

Twice a week:

Saturdays, 10:30-11:45am

Wednesday, 6:00-7:00pm - Homework Hour

Dates:

Start date: 9/11

No classes on 11/27, 11/30 and 12/25

Total #28 classes in Fall semester.

Class curriculum will cover  the standard state curriculum, but  will teach  deeper understanding of the topics and knowledge of problem solving.

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##### Total #28 classes in Fall semester.

Math 5 Advanced Curriculum. The placement test is required to join this class.

Curriculum and requirements:

The foundation of this class is built on the Singapore Math system, specifically this year we will be using Challenging Word Problems 5 book in the Singapore Math System series of books. In addition, various Olympian math sources and materials will be used for this class to help students to further explore and master the craft of the Art of problem solving. All  materials that will be used for this class are at least 1 year ahead of the math curriculum used in New Jersey day schools. Thus, the 6th graders are also welcomed to this class. However, all students accepted to this class must have some prior prepping in the Singapore Math System, specifically in the Art of Problems Solving curriculum presented in the series of Challenging word Problems books 1-4. In addition students must take the assessment test. Parents should not help and not all problems on the assessment must be solved in order to be accepted to this class. However, the student must explain her/his solution to each of at least 5 problem that they would choose to solve.

### Math 6 Class title: Math 6

Assistant Teacher:  Ishaan Sinha

Schedule:

Twice a week:

Sundays, 9:00-10:15am

Wednesdays, 7:00-8:00pm - Homework Hour

Dates:

Start date: 9/12

No classes on 11/28, 12/1 and 12/26

Total #28 classes in Fall semester.

Prerequisites:

To join Math 6, students must have a thorough understanding of:

•  place value to the millions place; multiplication and division of 3-digit by 2-digit numbers; order of arithmetic operations when performing calculations; properties of the number system (distributive, associative, commutative);
• Fractions: Addition and subtraction mixed numbers with different denominators; multiplication of fraction by fraction and fraction by whole number; using fractions to convert units of measurement. (No fraction division yet).
•  Multiplication and division of decimals, including x and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000.
• Understanding of the topics of percentage, averages, ratio and rate at a beginning level.
•  Be able to do 2 and 3-step word problems involving all of above concepts;
• More complicated perimeter and area of irregular shapes; angles in a triangle and quadrilateral.

### Math 7 A Class title: Math 7A

Assistant Teacher:  Ishaan Sinha

Schedule:

Twice a week:

Saturdays, 12:30-2:00pm

Tuesdays, 5:00-6:00pm - Homework Hour

Dates:

Start date: 9/11

No classes on 11/27, 11/30 and 12/25

Total #28 classes in Fall semester.

Math 7Adv has advanced curriculum. The placement test is required to join this class.

### Math 7 B Class title: Math 7 B

Assistant Teacher: Ankit Verghese

Schedule:

Twice a week:

Sundays, 10:30-12:00pm

Wednesday, 7:15-8:15pm - Homework Hour

Dates:

Start date: 9/12

No classes on 11/28, 11/30 and 12/26

Total #28 classes in Fall semester.

Prerequisites:

To enter this class students must have a deep understanding of the topics of fractions, decimals, percentage, ratio, rate, distance-speed-time problems, and be able to solve difficult word problems on these topics. In addition students must have command of the topics of PreAlgebra, including integers (+, - x and dividing); beginning exponents, distributing and then combining like terms, absolute values, algebraic substitution, and be able to turn a verbal phrase into an algebraic expression or equation and solve it. This is a rigorous class, requiring strong mathematical background, and with heavy homework.

### Math 8, Algebra 1 part 2 Class title: Math Algebra 1 part 2, continuation

Assistant Teacher David Ovetsky

Schedule:

Twice a week:

Saturdays, 9:30-11.00am

Wednesdays, 7:00-8:00pm - Homework Hour

Dates:

Start date: 9/11

No classes on 11/27, 12/1 and 12/25

Total #28 classes in Fall semester.

Class curriculum will cover  the standard state curriculum, but  will teach  deeper understanding of the topics and knowledge of problem solving.