## Parent Resources

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### Nashville Prep School Calendar

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**Khan Academy**

Khan Academy has a library of over 2,700 videos covering everything from arithmetic to physics, finance, and history and 240 practice exercises. Each video is about 10 minutes long. We’ve linked each of the skills we have taught this year to video tutorials from Khan (see below). You can use these videos to achieve mastery in key subjects.

How to use Khan Academy

**Step 1:**Use your Google or Facebook account to sign in and get started right now. Signing in gives you the ability to track your own progress and earn points and badges. If you don't have an account with either of those sites, you can sign up for a Google or Facebook account to get started.

**Step 2:**Identify the skill(s) you wish to start with. We’ve hyperlinked our Nashville Prep Internal Standards below with key videos that will help you strengthen any areas of weakness that your child may demonstrate. These are the same standards that show up on the report card. You should read the Trimester 1 report card and identify any areas for which your child demonstrates need (starting with any skills under 80% mastery).

**Step 3:**Practice the skill until you’ve achieved mastery. Every skill has practice exercises associated with it. Your child will demonstrate mastery by answering 10 questions in a row correctly. If you need a hint, every single problem can be broken down, step-by-step, with one click. If you need more help, you can always watch a related video. Once your child has achieved mastery, they should move on to the next skill that they’ve struggled with. See below for photo indicating how you can find the practice problems.

**Trimester 1 -- Math**

Solve problems involving the division of two- and three- digit whole numbers by one- and two-digit whole numbers.

Read and write numbers from millions to millionths in various contexts.

Write the prime factorization of a number through 100 using exponential and standard notation.

Recognize equivalent representations for the same number.

- Equivalent Fractions
- Converting mixed numbers to improper fractions.
- Converting an improper fraction to a mixed number
- Converting Fractions to Decimals

Comparing whole numbers, decimals and fractions using the symbols <, >, or =.

- Comparing Whole Numbers 1
- Comparing Whole Numbers 2
- Comparing Whole Numbers 3
- Comparing Fractions
- Comparing Fractions 2
- Comparing Decimals
- Rounding Decimals
- Decimals on a Number Line
- Comparing Decimals 4

Add and subtract proper and improper fractions as well as mixed numbers.

- Adding Fractions with Like Denominators
- Least Common Multiple
- Finding Common Denominators
- Adding Fractions With Unlike Denominators
- Adding Mixed Numbers
- Adding Mixed Numbers with Unlike Denominators
- Adding Mixed Numbers Word Problem
- Subtracting Fractions
- Subtracting Mixed Numbers
- Subtracting Mixed Numbers 2
- Subtracting Mixed Numbers Word Problem
- Order of Operations
- Order of Operations 2

Estimate fraction and decimal sums or differences.

- Rounding to Estimate Differences
- Rounding to Estimate Sums
- Rounding to Estimate Sums 2
- Estimation with Decimals

**Trimester 2 -- Math**

Evaluate multi-step expression involving fractions using order of operations.

- Multiplying fractions
- Dividing Fractions
- Introduction to Order of Operations
- More Complicated Order of Operations Example

Write the prime factorization of a number through 100 using exponential and standard notation.

- Prime Factorization
- Level 1 Exponents
- Simplifying Expressions with Exponents
- Dividing Fractions Word Problem

Solve addition and subtraction problems involving both fractions and decimals.

- Adding Fractions with Like Denominators
- Adding Fractions with Unlike Denominators
- Adding and Subtracting Fractions
- Subtracting Decimals
- Subtracting Decimals Word Prolems

Add and subtract proper and improper fractions as well as mixed numbers.

Estimate fraction and decimal sums or differences.

Evaluate algebraic expressions involving decimals and fractions using order of operations.

- Adding Fractions with Like DenominatorsAdding Fractions with Unlike Denominators
- Adding and Subtracting Fractions
- Subtracting Decimals
- Subtracting Decimals Word Problem
- Introduction to Variables Expressions and Equations

SWBAT find the unknown in a single-step equation involving fractions and mixed numbers.

Given a set of values, identify those that make an inequality a true statement.

Comparing whole numbers, decimals and fractions using the symbols <, >, or =.

Find the length of vertical or horizontal line segments in the first quadrant of the coordinate system, including problems that require the use of fractions and decimals.

Solve contextual problems that require calculating the area of triangles and parallelograms.

- Area of an Equilateral Triangle
- Perimeter and Area Basics (no practice)
- Area and Perimeter (with practice)
- Area of a Parallelogram (no practice)

Solve problems involving the division of two- and three- digit whole numbers by one- and two-digit whole numbers.

- Division 2: Dividing into large numbers
- Division 3: Remainders and Long Division
- Level 4 Division: Dividing by 2 Digit Numbers

Recognize equivalent representations for the same number.

Read and write numbers from millions to millionths in various contexts.

- Place Value 2
- Place Value 3
- Decimal Place Value 2 (no practice)
- Area and Perimeter Basics (no practice)

Decompose irregular shapes to find perimeter and area.

Solve problems involving surface area and volume of rectangular prisms and polyhedral solids.

Depict data using various representations, including decimal and or fractional data.

Recognize the unit associated with the remainder in a division problem or the meaning of the fractional part of a whole given in either decimal or fraction form.

- Division 3: Remainders and Long Division
- Level 4 Division: Dividing by 2 Digit Numbers
- Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions

Select a reasonable solution to a real-world division problem in which the remainder must be considered.

## Enrolled Familes of Nashville Prep

Key upcoming dates:

October 28: Staff development (no school)

October 31: First day of Trimester 2

November 11: Veterans Day (no school)

November 23 – 25: (Thanksgiving break)

November 28: Staff development (no school)

December 19-30: Winter holiday

## Parent Involvement/School Improvement Policy

Click here to view the Nashville Prep Parent-School Compact, Parent Involvement Policy and School Improvement Plan. Please provide any suggestions to nrab@nashvilleprep.org.

## Title I

We are pleased to inform you that Nashville Prep received $31,363 for our school-wide Title I allocation. This money will be spent on personnel and costs for parent meetings, such as facility rent fees and food.