This is a section of outside resources for parents and students.  Although we will continue to add to it throughout the year, the resources below are to help students with math throughout the summer or during other school breaks.

While some students can enjoy a summer or other break from school work, many need the summer or break time to catch up, stay refreshed, or refine their math skills. Many online programs are available, as well as websites that provide ideas to help students continue to build their math skills:

IXL  (

Allows the child to practice unlimited math problems and give parents a detailed report of progress.
Price: $10-$15 per month.

Khan Academy
Program for students to build math skills using math videos.
Price: Free

For grades K-12. In the “Full Curriculum” section students practice hundreds of math topics in 10-question increments. The program also includes “Live Mathletics” where students race with math problems against other students around the world in real-time. Consists of games, Rainforest Math, printable resources, interactives, video tutorials, and a reporting system.
Price: $14.95 per month for one student, 2nd student $5.

Adaptive math practice environment with measurable student progress. From grades 1 to 8, Algebra I, and Geometry.
Price: $14.95 per month for one student, second student $5.

A large site for learning and practicing math and science. It contains text-based lessons, FlexBooks, (digital textbooks in PDF, ePub and mobi formats), videos, and quizzes for multitudes of math and science topics from K to grade 12.
Price: Free

CTC Math
A comprehensive online tutorial program for grades K-12. Includes video tutorial, interactive questions, diagnostic tests, reporting, and more.
Price: $29.97/month for a single student or $35-$40/month for a family.

Printable Worksheets
Websites that offer printable worksheets that can be tailored for an individual student: