Summer Math Assignments

letter(summerassignment)for all grades 2016_rev
Online Summer Math Instructions

Dear Parents/Guardians,

As the mathematics chairperson, I am writing this letter is to inform you that every student attending AMSU is required to complete an online summer math assignment.

STEP 1:
On a computer with internet access go to www.thatquiz.org.

STEP 2:
On the bottom right hand corner of the screen type in the code:
Incoming freshmen: EVLZZNM4 and ZSVWVOJG (If you do not find your name on the list, Ms. Cabreja will give you a code, use it and write it down. You will give it to your teacher in September)
Students taking Geometry in the fall: IQ53HBEL
Students taking Intermediate Algebra or Algebra II/ Trig in the fall: 49RRXYPL or 3JSM8I8S (Input one of the two codes, look for your name. If you don’t see your name, use the other code)
Students taking PreCalculus/Calculus in the fall: SSNUOUEW
Students taking Applied Math in the fall: SF6XIICO

STEP3:
Choose your name from the drop down menu. If you are an incoming freshman and your name doesn’t appear ask Ms. Cabreja for a code.

STEP 4:
Once you choose your name, your first question will appear and you will be able to begin to complete the assignment. All questions will be either multiple-choice, matching or fill in the blank. The left side of the screen tells you the number of problems. The right side of the screen allows you to keep track of your time or to finish later. If you chose to finish later, be sure to save your work.

STEP 5:
When no more questions remain, you will be prompted to finish

STEP 6:
Your test is complete! Your final screen will show a score report. The grade has now been submitted to your teacher and you are free to enjoy the rest of your summer.

The assignment is designed to help students review topics from previous mathematics courses that are important for success in the math course they will be taking during the 2016-2017 school year. Please note that the assignment is due the first day of classes in September and will count as part of their first quarter grade.

Have a wonderful summer and looking forward to meeting you in September.

Sincerely,
Monica DeLaurentis
Mathematics Chairperson