Our school is having a geometry review day for all of the juniors. Since most of these kids had geometry 3 years ago, none of them remember any of it
. With the ACT this weekend and state testing next week for math, they have this info session, along with some work packets to do at home this week.
For those that have kids with no math choices as seniors, do your schools have college level classes as an option? I'm not sure exactly how much of the kids' middle school transcripts get sent to colleges. If they send those, our kids will have 8 years of high school math because of the way they structure geometry here-kids can take it in the summer and actually earn 2 credits for that class, but they have plenty of math choices that they can't take them all if they are in music and a foreign language.
DD did better on her practice tests yesterday for the ACT. She has been getting headaches doing the practice stuff online. I had her use a different computer as her screen has more glare and that helped.