Willowcreek Middle School Accelerated Math Placement Test Registration and Parent Survey
This registration form is only for students who will be 7th graders at Willowcreek Middle School during the 2021-2022 school year and desire to take the 7th grade Accelerated Math pathway.
Email address *
Student's First Name *
Student's Last Name *
Select the test date your student will attend. (Please note the dates are a week apart and you will only attend one of them. You may edit your choice up until March 17th at 8am). *
What elementary school does the student attend now? *
Street Address: *
Example: 2275 W 300 N
Address--City, State *
Zip Code *
Student's Birth Date *
(Format: mm/dd/yyyy)
Contact Parent/Guardian's First Name *
If more than one Parent or Guardian, please select ONE PERSON to act as contact.
Contact Parent/Guardian's Last Name *
Give the Last Name of the Parent or Guardian listed above.
Contact Parent/Guardian's Phone Number *
Give a phone number for the contact Parent/Guardian [Format: xxx-xxx-xxx]
Contact Parent/Guardian's Email Address *
Give the email address of the Parent/Guardian listed above. Please use an email address that you regularly check.
My student will ______ persevere when solving a challenging problem. *
My student will ______ ask questions, especially if confused or unsure of a concept. *
My student will ______ complete assignments and projects on time. *
My student will ______ consider different approaches or solutions to a problem. *
My student will ______ participate in class discussions. *
Points to consider about the Accelerated Mathematics Pathway. 1) The accelerated pathway is not a good fit for all students, even good math students. Students must be prepared to learn concepts and make connects between concepts at an accelerated pace. Students are expected to articulate and communicate their thinking verbally and in writing. 2) Students placed in the non-accelerated Intermediate 1, 7th grade course, will still have the opportunity to enter the Honors track in 9th grade. If a student enters the Honors track in 9th grade, they will have the choice of taking either AP Calculus or AP Statistics as a senior. 3) If a student is placed on the accelerated track in 7th grade and then struggles later in their high school math classes, the student may face challenges meeting high school graduation requirements. *
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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