• Welcome to the Math Department

    Check on StudentVue or ParentVue under the class announcments for individual teacher information.

  • Course Offerings:

    Algebra I


    Honors Geometry

    Algebra Functions and Data Analysis

    Algebra II

    Honors Algebra II

    Algebra III

    Math Anaylsis


    AP Statistics

    AP Calculus AB

    AP Calculus BC

  • Faculty:

    Ms. Amin

    Ms. Baumgartner

    Ms. Catalano

    Mrs. Craig

    Mr. Coppage

    Mr. DuBois

    Mr. House

    Ms. Huser

    Ms. Knott

    Ms. McDonald

    Mrs. Newman

    Ms. Rochte

    Mrs. Wick

    Mrs. Woodside

    Ms. Yowler


  • Mission Statement and Goals

    The Stafford County Public Schools' Mathematics curriculum is designed to achieve a balance among concepts, skills, and problem solving. The curriculum stresses rigorous concept development, presents realistic and relevant tasks, while maintaining a strong emphasis on computational and procedural skills. Kindergarten through Advanced Mathematics, the curriculum encourages students to reason mathematically, to evaluate mathematical arguments both formally and informally, and to use the language of mathematics to communicate ideas and information precisely. Our teachers use the Virginia Standards of Learning for Mathematics to ensure students are able to make connections among mathematical topics and to other disciplines.

    Stafford County Public Schools strives to incorporate the 5 Mathematical Process Standards into our instruction everyday:

    Problem Solving - Apply and adapt a variety of appropriate strategies to solve problems

    Reasoning/Proof – Seeing and establishing relationships among ideas and facts

    Communication – Share mathematical thinking coherently and clearly to peers, teachers, and others

    Connection – Recognize and apply mathematics in contexts outside of mathematics

    Representation – Create and use representations to organize, record, and communicate mathematical ideas


    The Process Standards are designed to assist students with their development of critical thinking skills needed for the 21st Century work place.

Last Modified on June 30, 2019