• To access the Everyday Math Program, do one of the following steps:


    1. From your iPad, click on the CLEVER app to login.


    2. If you do not have your iPad, go to the Upper Merion Area School District website. Then, click on the "Student Resources" tab to find the login for CLEVER. 


    3. Click here to go directly to Clever 



    6th Grade Mathematics Grading Policy:

    The following guidelines have been developed to help you be successful in math this school year.

    • Complete all assignments in pencil.
      • Nobody is perfect. Mistakes in pencil can be corrected easily.
    • Bring your iPad, math journal, notebook, math folder, Home Link homework book and pencil to class everyday.
      • Being prepared leads to success.
    • Complete your math homework nightly.
      • Math homework helps practice new skills –try, try, try.
      • Homework completion counts as 5% of your math grade for each marking period.
    • Show all work.
      • Showing your work allows you to demonstrate your knowledge and skills. It also encourages you to see what mistakes you may have made.
      • In order to earn full credit for class work, homework, quizzes, and tests, you should try all problems even if you are unsure.
    • Try your best on quizzes and tests.
      • Your math grade is made up of quiz grades, test grades, homework completion, and participation. Quizzes count as 30% of your grade; tests make up 60%, and participation (completing assignments in class, working well in groups, paying attention, volunteering) is 5%.
      • Quiz retakes are given to strive for mastery before the unit test. A quiz retake may be taken once. You are encouraged to meet with me to review and correct mistakes from the quiz before completing the retake. 
      • Error analysis is available for test grades on which you score 69% or lower. 70% is the highest grade that can be achieved through error analysis.
    • Ask for help when you don’t understand.
      • You know best when you need help.
      • If you don’t feel comfortable asking for help during class, you need to set up time to get assistance before school



Last Modified on September 20, 2018