In our Mathematics classrooms, we strive to build mathematically proficient students prepared to meet the demands of mathematics in the real world.  In our classrooms, students focus on the most important content while building on what they already know.  Students learn the “hows” and “whys” of Math and apply it to the world around them.  Most importantly, students do the thinking.  (Modified from TNTP, 2022)

Kate Lally, K – 12 Math Supervisor, 978.219.9012

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Curriculum Maps

Snapshots by Trimester

Scope, Sequence and Pacing

2022 – 2023 District Primary and Secondary Curriculum Resources

The 2017 MA Mathematics Frameworks are our curriculum for every student.  We recognize to support mastery of the standards, teachers should have access to high quality resources to provide instructional excellence. The ones detailed below are district supported.

Pre – K : Three Cheers for Pre – K

K – 5 : Savvas enVision Common Core Mathematics 2020, Grade level appropriate; ST Math; i-Ready

6 – 8  : Savvas enVision Common Core Mathematics 2021, Grade level appropriate; i-Ready

Algebra 1 : Collegeboard PreAP Algebra 1

Geometry : Collegeboard PreAP Geometry with Statistics

Algebra 2 : Collegeboard PreAP Algebra 2


To Access Resources:

enVision Math

Grade K – 8 students can access the text, interactive games, videos, tasks, and digital math tools to support continued math learning.

  1. Go to the HPS Launchpad
  2. Click on the Pearson Easy Bridge icon

ST Math 

To log into ST Math:

  1. Go to the HPS LaunchPad
  2. Click on the ST Math (Jiji) icon


To log into i-Ready:

  1. Go to the HPS Launchpad
  2. Click on the i-Ready icon

At-Home Resources Supporting Learning
Savvas has assembled a collection of their top content, organized by category and grade level. Resources are  available in English and Spanish for free for at-home use.

You Cubed – optional resource for home learning

Under the “COURSES” tab, there is a free online course for students of all levels of math called: “How to Learn Math.”  6 sessions: 3 are approximately 10 minutes long and 3 are approximately 20 mins long.

Khan Academy       Elementary to College

IXL PreK through 12th Grade

AAA Math     Elementary and Middle School

Purple Math   Middle and High School
These websites offer interactive lessons, videos, self-paced practice exercises to improve achievement in mathematics by providing review and extra practice.

Figure This! – optional Middle school resource for home learning

Math tasks that challenge students and provide a description of the important math involved, a note on where the math is used in the real world, a hint to get started, complete solutions, and resources for further exploration


All assessments should serve as information for instruction and be responded to appropriately.  Instruction should address identified misconceptions.  Assessments will focus on the identified priority standards, which are collaborated upon minimal expectations for students at each grade level. Common assessments are mapped out on our district assessment calendar which can be found here.