The Middle School Grade Level Overviews contain standards and benchmarks for English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies.
A Vision of School Mathematics: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Imagine a classroom, a school, or a school district where all students have access to high-quality, engaging mathematics instruction.
Plymouth-Canton Community Schools supports the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics vision. Our curriculum is aligned to the Michigan Curriculum Framework standards and benchmarks, Grade Level Content Expectations, as well as the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics standards. Students will have many opportunities to be engaged in mathematics that reflects real world application.
Connected Mathematics is the official middle school math program in our school district. This program engages students in activities that help them become mathematically literate. Connected Mathematics is a researched-based program that helps students develop understanding of important concepts, skills, procedures and ways of thinking and reasoning in number, geometry, measurement, algebra, probability and statistics.
Adopted by the
Board of Education
April 24, 2001
Math Curriculum Links:
6th grade Unit Information (Michigan Curriculum Framework, Grade Level Content Expectations)
- 6 Populations and Ecosystems
- 6 Biography of the Earth
- 6 Properties of Matter
- 6 Transfer of Energy
7th grade Unit Information (Michigan Curriculum Framework, Grade Level Content Expectations)
8th grade Unit Information (Michigan Curriculum Framework, Grade Level Content Expectations)
- 8 Forces in Motion
- 8 Light
- 8 Waves and Sound
If you have questions about Plymouth-Canton Community Schools Science or Math please call:
Dr. Carlos Lopez, Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment (734) 416-2734
or Jan Douglas, K-12 Math/Science Instructional Coach: (734) 416-3010