The Park City School District is currently selecting mathematics books for all grades and courses, to be implemented next school year.
On Jan. 12, representatives from the publishers will be at Ecker Hill International Middle School to present their materials.
The school district invites anyone who is interested in this process to attend the meeting and express their opinions. The publishers will display their products in the auditorium foyer beginning at 5:15 p.m. Half-hour presentations from the publishers will begin at 6:00 p.m. in three different rooms (elementary, middle, and secondary).
The district’s mathematics curriculum materials review committee, which consists of teachers, parents and administrators, will gather all of the data and opinions then make a recommendation to the School Board in February. If you have any questions or suggestions contact the District Mathematics Coordinator, Lars Nordfelt at 645-5650 or lnordfelt. Songwriting for Fun and Profit
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