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Hello!
 
My name is Maryann Korenoski. I am one of two 6th grade Math teachers in the Richland School District. I have 28 years of teaching experience with this being my 17th year at Richland. I am very proud to be teaching here at my Alma Mater. I received my Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown. I received my Masters in Education from St. Francis University. Math has always been my favorite subject. I am currently the advisor for the Math 24 Club in 6th grade.
 
I always strive to inspire every child to discover and develop their abilities to the best of their capabilities. I hope to instill in each of my students a positive attitude towards Math. I am looking forward to working with your children for the 2022 - 2023 school year.  I hope to foster a positive attitude toward school, encourage the development of good work habits and appropriate behavior, and engage the class in numerous learning activities.  I look forward to having a great year!     
 
If you have any questions, feel free to email me with any concerns.
Mrs. Korenoski
 
Links
Parents Guide to Google Classroom:  use link below
 
 
 Please note the following message regarding Student Email Accounts:
 
All aspects of Google Drive should be used for EDUCATIONALLY RELEVANT information only.  Emails containing information that has no educational relevance may be considered a technology infraction and is subject to disciplinary action including, but not limited to, suspension of technology privileges.
 
   Weekly Lessons:
            
*nightly assignments may change, please check student agendas daily.
 
 
*Please remember student math books are online.  All materials listed below may be found on the Everyday Math Website.  Please use the link listed above for access.   
 
 
********* Math Packet Assignment Due October 17. 
 
 
Week of October 3 - 7
 
1.  This week we will be learning about double bar graphs.  Students will be assigned a graphing project reviewing all skills taught for Chapter 1.  Statistical question, frequency tables, graphs, finding data landmarks and interpreting data.  We will work on this project throughout the week during class.  Any project not finished by Friday, will be assigned for homework and due Tuesday, October 11.
2. 100 min. First In Math is due on Friday, October 7th.
 
HOMEWORK-  Monday - Complete worksheet 2.5, number 2 and number 4, make a single bar graph and a double bar graph.  Assignment will be graded.
 
Week of Oct. 10 - 14
 
Monday - In Service
Tuesday - On Hands Test
Wednesday - Lesson 1.8 and 1.9
1. Lesson notes
2. Journal p. 29, 32, 33, 34
3. Homelinks 1.8 and 1.9
4.  Class worksheets
 
Thursday - Lesson 1.10
1. Notes
2. Journal p. 35 - 38
3. Worksheets
4.  Homelink 1.10
 
Friday -
1. Study Island on Positive and Negative Numbers
2.  Coachbook Lesson 7
 

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