Lifeline’s mathematics program gives children a deep understanding of math concepts as well as the skills and strategies to solve problems in a real-world context.
- The mathematics curriculum is organized in five strands: Number Sense; Algebra and Functions; Measurement and Geometry; Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability; and Mathematical Reasoning.
- Mathematical communication and problem-solving are the vehicles through which children learn number concepts and skills.
- Students learn to estimate, measure, and confidently analyze data to find solutions to increasingly complex problems.
The Mathematics Department offers three core sequences to coincide with students’ needs. Regular and Advanced placement is determined by previous performance, examination, and permission from the department chairman. Courses include: