Welcome to Ms. Radich's Accelerated/Honors Math Class!

9/01/19: Welcome to Honors Math! My name is Ms. Radich and I am so eager to begin the school year! My goal for this year is to create a comfortable, yet challenging learning environment for all students. I hope to encourage the students to believe in themselves by promoting life-long learning skills, common sense and curiosity. Knowledge will be constructed and used in ways that are meaningful and can relate to each student. Therefore, students will be able to use what they learn in the classroom in their every day lives outside of the classroom.

If you ever have any questions or concerns, please call me at 215-269-9600, ext #220 or email me at karly.radich@hfrcs.org. I will get back to you as soon as I am able.

9/17/19: Hello Parents and students! Two things I wanted to post about:

For students in grades 4-7: I've been asked by parents and students what kind of calculator they should be using. If you want to get a Texas Instrument (TI) calculator, I recommend any of the following: TI 30 XS MultiView, TI 30 XIIS, TI 30 Xa, TI 34 MultiView, TI 36X Pro. If you're using a Casio, I recommend the following: fx-115ESPLUS, fx-300MSPLUS2, fx-300ESPLUS, fx-300ESPLUSBU, fx-55PLUS. For students in 8th grade, you MUST have a graphing calculator by the time we get to Chapter 4. I recommend any of the TI-84's.

For parents with students taking the Neumann Scholarship Test on 9/29/19: I was asked to see if I could find any sort of practice test for the students to take. I searched high, I searched low, and I could not find any test prep. However, I did find a seminar that a woman named Dr. Pace is hosting. This is the link to her page if you and your student are interested: http://www.drpaceseminars.com/schedule.htm.

9/18/19: Hello students! Just wanted to let everyone know that I've started to post our daily lessons here on my teacher page. if you're absent one day or want to use our daily lesson for homework help, you can go under the tab "Daily Lesson" and locate your class. Click the arrow next to your class and a list of dates will pop up. Each lesson is dated for the day we did it in class. I hope you find this to be a useful resource. Have a wonderful Hump Day!