Exeter Math News!

A Glimpse into Mathematics Classrooms Across the District

Implementation Week 26

I don't know if I have told all of you enough how GREAT you all are. What you do every day for the students of Exeter is nothing short of amazing. I am still in awe of how well everyone is adopting the new math programs.


As we begin to anticipate what math will look like next year, please keep track of lessons/activities that are working/not-working so that we can be thoughtful about our planning for next year. Please share this information in your PLC meetings so that the math leadership team members can bring this information to the group when we meet.


Also, start thinking about what materials you might need prepped for next year that we might be able to help you with over the summer. We will be offering community service hours to high school students to help prep materials for you over the summer. You can share this information at your PLC meetings as well for your math leadership team member to bring to the group.


Thanks, and keep up the great work!

A Peek at This Week...

Tuesday, March 17th:

-4th Grade math classroom visits (all buildings during 4th grade math times)


Wednesday, March 18th:

-6th Grade math classroom visits, a.m.


Monday, March 23rd:

-Day 2 of filming, Senior High math and STEM classrooms, times TBA

Long Term Look Ahead

Next PD Dates:

March 25th

Math Leadership Team Meeting

-grades K-2, 9:30-11:30 at the ADMIN PD room

-grades 3-5, 1:00-3:00 at the ADMIN PD room


April 8th

Investigations PD: Grade K (p.m.), Grade 1 (a.m.)


April 29th

Investigations PD: Grade 2 (p.m.) and Grade 3 (a.m.)


May 7th

Grade 4 (p.m.) and Grade 5 (a.m.)

Shout Outs!

Let's hear it for...


Lori Bignotti and Christine Winslow for being "turn and talk" super-stars! Great job fostering student-led thinking and discussions in the math classroom!


Paul McCracken, Karen Timura, Greg Fries and Theresa Wentling for offering up great sound-bites for the math video we are putting together for the web-site. Thanks for being so brave and so candid with your responses!


The Reiffton and Lorane math classes that we visited to begin our filming of "Math in Action." Thank you for allowing us into your classrooms. Please pass this thanks along to your wonderful students! Keep up the great work!