• Welcome to Mrs. Kim's Homepage!
     
    We ALWAYS have Math Homework Assigned Each Class and updates are available on this homepage
    (See Homework Calendar)!
     
     
     
    *Reminder!  
    PLEASE CHECK PARENT VUE AND STUDENT VUE OFTEN TO SEE
    HOW YOUR CHILD IS DOING IN MATH (Homework Completion
    and TEST Results)!
                                                                                     
     
      Interactive Math Games & Info. are available under Math 6 or  
    Accelerated Math 6/7 Interactive Games!
     
                     MATH DICTIONARY:  http://www.mathsisfun.com/definitions/letter-a.html  
     
     
     
    AFTER-SCHOOL MATH HELP OFFERED ON MONDAYS! (3:20-4:20 P.M.)!  PERMISSION SLIP MUST BE FILLED OUT.
     
     
     
     
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                   This is Mrs. Kim's eighth year at Seneca Ridge.  For the 2017-2018 school year, she is again excited to teach Math to 6th Graders!  Mrs. Kim has a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, and is certified to teach grades K-8.  She has taught in the states of Texas and Virginia.  This is her 12th year in teaching.
     
                   Mrs. Kim and her family live in South Riding. She has three sons (One just graduated from the College of William & Mary with a degree in International Relations and has begun his graduate studies at Covenant Seminary,  one is at Virginia Tech for his studies in Computer Modeling and Data Analytics (CMDA), and one is at Rock Ridge High School for his senior year).  She and her husband are both teachers by profession and they have only one more year to become empty-nesters!! Mrs. Kim enjoys teaching math, playing card games, hosting and cooking for friends and family, listening to 80's love songs while playing a good game of Scrabble, or going to her sons' activities:  Boy Scouts, tennis, lacrosse, piano recitals, classical guitar concerts, and band concerts.  This summer, Mrs. Kim spent time hosting her sister's family from California, taught summer school at Stone Hill MS, and traveled to New York, Kentucky, and Missouri!  She is looking forward to having a hard-working and successful school year together!
     
     GOT GRIT?
     
    "Grit is passion and perseverance for very long-term goals. Grit is having stamina. Grit is sticking with your future, day in, day out, not just for the week, not just for the month, but for years, and working really hard to make that future a reality. Grit is living life like it's a marathon, not a sprint." -Angela Lee Duckworth
     
     
     
    Contact Information:
     
    Phone:  (571) 434-4420
    Resource:  Periods 1-2 on "A" Days
     
    Extra Math Help Needed?
     
    Mrs. Kim is usually available during Periods 1-2 on "A" Days (unless she has a meeting) or after school on Mondays from 3:20-4:20 P.M. with a signed "After-School Activity Form" from a parent or guardian.  If a student is not able to see her either of these times, please arrange for a different time with Mrs. Kim.
     
     
    Materials Needed for Math 6 or Daily Math 6 Students:  3-ring 2" binder, One 5-subject MEAD Notebook, pack of colored pencils, pencils, blue pens, paper, Math Textbook with book cover, and Agenda (provided by the school).
     
    ***Important Reminder:  ALL ASSESSMENT RESULTS MUST BE VIEWED BY A PARENT OR GUARDIAN. STUDENTS WILL ALSO HAVE THE ACTUAL GRADED TEST RETURNED TO THEM FOR TEST CORRECTIONS AND LEARNING FROM MISTAKES.***
     
    Homework
     
    Please check student's Agenda! This information should be the same as what is written in the students' agendas during math class!
     
     
    Grading
    A student’s grade is based on what has been learned or mastered during the marking period.  The grade will reflect a student’s performance.  These are assessments that demonstrate a student’s mastery of the class content. 
     
    Class Expectations:
    • Be on time and prepared with all materials listed above.
    • Have homework completed and begin warm up at the start of class.
    • ALWAYS show your work & do your work using a PENCIL & ERASER!
    • Respect Self, Others, and Property.
       
     
     
    RESOURCES:  6th Grade students are encouraged to go to the IXL math website to do 10 Free Problems and the Jefferson Lab website to practice their math skills everyday!  Go to http://education.jlab.org/solquiz/ and http://www.ixl.com
     
    MULTIPLICATION CARD LINK 
     
     
    Multiplication Game:
     
     
     
     
      
    More helpful links and information can be found on the individual class pages (Math 6 or Math 6/7) for content we are studying.