Mrs. Mills

Summative Assessment:

Students are graded on Tests (45%), Chapter Review (Practice Tests) (35%), Assignments, Problem Solving & Mental Math Strategies (20%).

Formative Assessment:

Students will be formatively assessed on a regular basis with Show You Know questions and worksheets.

Grades 7, 8 & 9

Course work is worth 70%, Mid-term Exam 15% and the Final Exam 15% of their final grade. Exemptions are possible for Grades 7 & 8 math with an overall average of 75% or greater. 

If division wide Benchmark testing is to be completed by all students in late June, that mark will be used in lieu of an exam.

Grade 10 Essential Math

Tests are worth 70% , and the final Exam is 30% of the final grade.  Exemptions with an overall average of 75% or greater.

Why Studying Math is Different

  • Reading a math text is not like reading a novel. You may have to stop and think about some lines before proceeding.
  • Math is a cumulative subject. If you miss a concept one day, it may come back to haunt you and could even prevent you from understanding concepts you study later. Always get help as soon as you recognize that you have a problem.
  • Review your notes, they are there to help you!
  • Build up a network of math partners you can consult if you run into a roadblock.
    (This includes Mrs. Mills!) These are the days of easy communication. Personal assistance during lunch, before or after school, telephone (school: 1-866-422-5116, home: 204-747-3984 cell:  204-740-0634), e-mail:, instant messaging, & zoom meeting, are all available. Use them.