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    9th Grade Math Placement 

    We believe that a sound educational program must include the study of subjects that prepare students for admission to higher education and/or a fulfilling career. To the extent possible, CNUSD students shall be provided an opportunity to complete a sequence of mathematics courses recommended for admission into the University of California and California State University systems. To this end, CNUSD has adopted placement protocols for all students entering ninth grade (see Board Policy 6645).

    Based on a variety of criteria, including interim and summative assessments, placement tests aligned to state-adopted content standards in mathematics, classroom assignments and grades, and report cards, incoming 9th grade students are scheduled for their math courses. The traditional pathway for high school students is to take Integrated Math 1 (9th grade), Integrated Math 2 (10th grade), Integrated Math 3 (11th grade), and higer levels of math thereafter. There are additional acceleration points available for interested students.
    To better accommodate students with the desire and proven academic success, students who have earned a "B" or better in Math 8 can now take a 2-week course during the summer to prepare for Integrated Math 2. This course is offered at all three summer school site locations throughout Corona-Norco Unified School District - select the site that is best for you. Simply click on the registration buttons below to register your child for any of the 2-week sessions listed below. Sessions fill quickly, and are on a first-come, first-served basis. Each sign-up includes space provided to input your questions, concerns, or notes for staff while processing your child's registration.
     Integrated Math 1 Summer Bridge Program
     Registration limited to special invitation only.
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    Incoming 9th Grade Students
    Must have earned a "B" or better in Math 8
    A.M. Classes (7:45 a.m. - 10:55 a.m.)
    P.M. Classes (11:30 a.m. - 2:40 p.m.)
    Session 1: June 12 - June 23 (In-Class or Online) 
    Session 2: June 26 - July 7 (In-Class or Online)
    Session 3: July 10 - July 21 (Online Only) 
    Any questions should be directed to Dr. April Moore at (951) 736-5110 or ammoore@cnusd.k12.ca.us.


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