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Topic: Math Lab Period
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Servant, Melissa

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Registered: 12/3/04
RE: Math Lab Period
Posted: Sep 14, 2012 9:17 AM
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Hi All ~

We have a Math Lab for all of our IA Part 2 kids (every other day like a science lab). Instead of it being for our 1st year students in the 2 year program, we felt that it would be more beneficial to have the lab for the second year. This way we have more time to review the 1st year and do regents prep.

Melissa Servant

Math Teacher

Synthesis GSA Advisor

Wallkill Senior High School

From: [] on behalf of Ryley David []
Sent: Friday, September 14, 2012 7:52 AM
Subject: RE: Math Lab Period

Hi Cheryl,

We have a Math Lab every other day for our Algebra A students (1st year of a 2-year Algebra course). Every student in the class is enrolled in the lab.

Dave Ryley
Beacon HS

From: [] On Behalf Of CHERYL COHEN
Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2012 6:24 PM
Subject: Math Lab Period

I have been asked to compile data on schools that offer a lab period to weaker students.

If your school offers 1.5 periods of math, please reply with which courses it is offered for and what criteria is used to place students into the class.

You can reply directly to me at<>

Thank you for your help.

Cheryl Cohen
Math Department Chairperson
Island Trees High School

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