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    Fall family math night was a success
    Posted on 10/25/2019
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    Our October math night provided an opportunity for families, teachers and staff to partner around math.

    Families learned about the math course pathway through middle and high school that leads to college math, along with high school graduation requirements and college entry requirements.
    Read what was discussed at math night including the math pathway, math classes and homework at Aki, helpful resources and more, here: https://kurosems.seattleschools.org/academics/math_pathway

    Learn more about how standards based grading works at Aki here: https://kurosems.seattleschools.org/academics/standards_based_grading

    Families also discussed using the Source to access grades and connect to teachers. Register for a Source account and/or log in here: https://ps.seattleschools.org/public/, or start at seattleschools.org, then click “Student Family Portals,” then click “the Source.” To set up an account you’ll need to use the email address that the school district has on file for you.

    Families have consistently shared that they get more out of our events when they have the opportunity to meet together in home-language or affinity groups. In this session, families shared that they increased understanding of how the math pathway works. Families in the Vietnamese and Spanish language rooms shared that the year is going really well. We always welcome feedback from families to help improve our work. Please reach out to your child’s teachers or any other staff.

    All families had the chance to participate in fun games with their students, focused on grade level math standards:

    Ms. Mayer working with a family math night math game working out a problem