Regents Common Core Algebra

Welcome to Regents Common Core Algebra with Mr. Scapellati!

Review Class #1: Monday, February 6th - After School 2:45 - 3:45.

Review Class #2: Friday, March 3rd - After School 2:45 - 4:00.

Review Class #3: Monday, March 20th - After School 2:45 - 3:45.

Review Class #4: TBA.

Review Work Assignments 

Reading (Algebra Made Easy)
- Pages should be read with all material comprehended thoroughly 

Green Book Work (Regents Practice)
- Exercises should be completed in your binder, with work for all questions
*Starting in February

Due 1/27
Reading: Pages 1 - 11 

Due 2/3
Reading: Pages 12 - 24

Due 2/13
Reading: Pages 25 - 35

Due 3/3
Reading: Pages 36 - 57
Green Regents Book: Jan 2015, # 1 - 13 


NOTE: Unless told to do otherwise, all homework assignments should be done neatly in the math homework notebook, with sufficient work for all exercises.  Textbooks may be left at home, so long as homework questions are paraphrased. 

Be sure that you are updating your math vocabulary in the first section of your classwork notebook on a consistent basis. 

Important Note:

All tests/spirals must be signed by a parent/guardian and returned within 2 days.

Extra Credit Options

Students may complete test/spiral corrections (on separate paper) adhering to format below.
Corrections must be turned in within 2 days as well.  Late corrections will not be accepted.  
Failure to comply to any of the items below will result in a VOID.  Multiple VOIDS will cause permanent ineligibility of extra credit. 

§  Parent/guardian signature next to grade

§  Write out entire question

§  Answer correctly with sufficient work

§  Provide a brief reason as to why it was wrong the first time


Regents Common Core Algebra is a rigorous high school level course which concludes with students sitting for the administration of the Common Core Algebra Regents Examination in June.  Placement in this course is based on maintaining strong grades in both sixth and seventh grades.  Successful completion of this course results in high school credit.