Last school year, temporary modular units were installed next to the school building to house the new math intervention program. The dedicated space allows our teachers to work with students one-on-one and in small groups to provide focused math instruction.
Now affectionately referred to as the “math house”, the additional space gives teachers the room to teach in a way that keeps students engaged and excited. On any given day, you may see equations written in chalk on the sidewalk, hear elementary students singing and dancing as they recite math facts or see formula-based artwork hanging on the walls.
Not only are the students enjoying the new space, but the work in the math house is paying off - benchmark test scores have shown a consistent improvement in understanding math concepts since the program’s creation. With such positive results in its inaugural year, we are excited about what the math program will achieve as it becomes a permanent part of CCSA’s specialized support.
We are thrilled to announce that we have officially broken ground on a building expansion to accommodate specialized math programming that is being provided to our students. The aforementioned progress from our students that have received focused support in the “math house” over the past year, has inspired CCSA to create a permanent location on our campus to accommodate the programming.
The new space is being constructed on our campus adjacent to the playground. It will house nine additional classroom spaces that will be the new home of our math intervention and special education teams. The construction will not interfere with current school activities and is slated to be completed by the fall of 2023.