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Rochester Accelerated Math Program

RAMP Criteria
RAMP stands for Rochester Accelerated Math Program . It is designed to meet the needs of high ability math students who have been identified through teacher recommendation, parent input, and standardized testing. Testing begins in 5th grade and students can be accelerated starting in 6th grade. Students are re-evaluated each year to ensure proper placement. If you have a question about your child’s current math placement please feel free to email me.

Middle School Math Testing
During March, the Middle School Gifted Specialists will be administering the Orleans-Hanna test to identified fifth grade students in their elementary buildings. This test is only one piece of information used by the gifted specialists to place students in middle school math. We will be offering a parent information meeting at the Edison Board room. At this time we will present information and answer questions regarding the math placement process.This information will also be available in a power point.


MAKE-UP MATH testing for students who missed the math testing needed for consideration for accelerated math should contact their middle school specialist.

 
RAMP Criteria

Math Sequence

RAMP Appeal Process



RAMP Placement Test Reviews

Math 6 Appeals Study Guide
Math 6 Practice Test
Math 6 Practice Test Answers


Pre-Algebra Review #1
Pre-Algebra Review #2
Pre-Algebra Review #3
Pre-Algebra Review #4


Linear Appeals Test Study Guide
Linear Formula Sheet


Intermediate Algebra Overview



Parent & Student Resources

Below are links for enriching mathematical activities, interesting articles, book suggestions, problem solving challenges, and to learn more about how your child thinks about mathematics.

 

Please access these websites by clicking on them:

Project M³

Parent Newsletter

Family Corner

National Association for Gifted Children


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