Susan Brown

Math Department Chairman

630-617-2450

sbrown@elmhurst205.org

Amy Fuller

Core Academic Departments Secretary

630-617-2493

amyfuller@elmhurst205.org

**Math Office Phone
630-617-2400 x5265**

**Good news! ****True BASIC**** is now available at the Elmhurst Public Library. It is on four computers in the Teen Space on the 2nd floor. They will soon have Geometer's Sketchpad too. This is very convenient for students who have math projects to do using these two pieces of software.**

Click on the following link to register your calculator. Note: Registration information will remain confidential, and only be used to return lost or stolen calculators. |

## Math Lab Facts

## Information for Parents

Click below for suggestions about learning math at York.

Helping Your Student Be Successful with High School Mathematics

**Guidebook for Studying and Learning in STEM**

Links to websites for purchasing computer software that we use:

Analyze and solve equations and systems Create and use linear equations and inequalities to solve problems Relate equations/inequalities and their graphs to solve problems
Analyze relationships using ratios, proportions, percentages, and units Represent and analyze data Find and apply probabilities in context
Identify and create equivalent algebraic expressions Solve problems with area and volume Apply properties of lines, angles, triangles, and circles Work with right triangles, the unit circle, and trigonometric functions
Information from the College Board about the SAT Math Test - LINK SAT math practice on Khan Academy - LINK |

Mathematics Department Philosophy

What It Means to Think Mathematically

Technology Used in Mathematics Classes

Information About College of DuPage Math Classes

What is different about different levels of York math classes?