Accelerated Math

Accelerated Math's advanced technology helps provide the essential math practice component of our math curriculum. To log in, please click here. 

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ACCELERATED MATH is the math PRACTICE program used at Our Lady of Peace. The objectives included in the program are based on the required Ohio standards including the vital common core objectives considered crucial by all math educators. Beyond that, there are some objectives from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Those objectives often stretch the abilities of the student and encourage higher level thinking. To help students and parents, THERE ARE WORKED EXAMPLES OF EVERY PROBLEM ON HOME CONNECT for objectives from Grade 3 through Grade 8. Many parents have wanted to know exactly where children stand while working in the Accelerated Math Program. Below are the current grade levels and the breakdown of the objectives assigned to students in that class.

Kindergarten Students: Objectives 1 to 44 are kindergarten level. Objectives 45 to 143 are first grade objectives.

First Grade Students: Objectives 1 to 35 are kindergarten objectives. Objectives 36 to 134 are first grade objectives. Objectives 135 to 232 are second grade objectives.

Second Grade Students: Objectives 1 to 44 are first grade objectives. Objectives 45 to 142 are second grade objectives. Objectives 143 to 256 are third grade objectives.

Third Grade Students: Objectives 1 to 53 are second grade objectives. Objectives 54 to 167 are third grade objectives. Objectives 168 to 310 are fourth grade objectives.

Fourth Grade Students: Objectives 1 to 114 are third grade objectives. Objectives 115 to 257 are fourth grade objectives. Objectives 257 to 424 are fifth grade objectives.

Fifth Grade Students: Objectives 1 to 112 are fourth grade objectives. Objectives 113 to 279 are fifth grade objectives. Objectives 280 to 436 are sixth grade objectives.

Sixth Grade Students: Objectives 1 to 167 are fifth grade objectives. Objectives 168 to 324 are sixth grade objectives. Objectives 325 to 462 are seventh grade objectives.

Seventh Grade Students: Objectives 1 to154 are sixth grade objectives. Objectives 155 to 292 are seventh grade objectives. Objectives 293 to 391 are eighth grade objectives.

Eighth Grade Students: Objectives 1 to 135 are seventh grade objectives. Objectives 136 to 234 are eighth grade objectives. Objectives 235 to 361 are Algebra I objectives.

Algebra Students: All Algebra students must have completed objectives through the eighth grade prior to the first day of school. Objectives 1 to 127 are Algebra I objectives.

Each student has a monthly goal. That goal should not be difficult for the child to achieve. Hard work, practice, and routine are vital. Please log on to Home Connect right now and see where your child stands. The numbers in the green circles are the objective numbers. The objective numbers are also listed at the top of tests and practices.

MATHFACTS IN A FLASH   Practice. Practice. Practice.

It’s a fact: Students who become fluent in basic math fact combinations are ready to meet more advanced math challenges in algebra and beyond. And, while most students learn how to calculate these combinations, MathFacts in a Flash helps to ensure that students gain the automatic recall such mastery requires—an essential element of common core.  There are seventy-one levels of MathFacts in a Flash using addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, squares, decimals, and percentages.