## Accelerated math students complete project at WA Catholic

The sixth, seventh and eighth grade Accelerated Math classes of Wyoming Area Catholic completed a Math Vocabulary Project. Students created "Foldable and Models" using their vocabulary words as the topic of their foladable art. Throughout their lives students are called upon to be literate in mathematics. The use of "Foldables" is based on Dinah Zike’s research of how to convert math data into a visual foldable.

At top left are students in seventh grade Accelerated Math with their projects. Kneeling, row one: Brandon Richards, Matthew Clemow, and Noah Heck. Standing, row two: Emily Kolojejchick, Alyson Manley, Emily Johnson, Isabella Romani, Jennifer Looughney, Juliana Buonsante, and Alexia Mazzarella. Standing, row three: Mrs. Eileen Rishcoff, Accelerated Math Teacher, Nicholas Allardyce, Rebecca Prociak, Justin Januszko, and Nikita Li.

At top right are students in Algebra 1, eighth grade with their projects in row one: Hooly Green, Gaetano Buonsante, Michaelene Mecadon, Mary Pat

Blaskiewicz, and Vicky Sidari. Row two: Mrs. Eileen Rishcoff, Accelerated Math Teacher, Carina Forte, Peter Kulick, Megan Moran, and Erica Oakschunas.

At bottom left are students in sixth grade Accelerated Math with their projects. Row one: James Kosik, Vanessa Musto, Brenna Satkowski, Nicole Cirelli and Zach Patterson. Row two: Mrs. Eileen Rishcoff, Accelerated Math Teacher, Marissa Moran, Madelyn Ross and Molly Holmes