Saturday Math Academy
The Howard County Public School System’s BSAP Saturday Math Academy (BSAP-SMA) has been in existence since 1992. The “Academy” is a result of collaboration between HCPSS and parents and developed as a response to parental requests for opportunities to network with other parents while also learning instructional mathematical strategies to support their children at home. Today’s delivery model serves as an extension of its earlier model. BSAP-SMA is designed to accelerate academic achievement for all students. When registering students for the program, parents identify achievement goals.
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The BSAP-SMA is designed to accelerate academic achievement in mathematics in a unique setting regardless of a student’s academic level. Parents have the opportunity to identify achievement goals for their child at registration.
2016 Spring Session Information
Registration is now closed
Class sizes are limited; registration is continuous until capacity is reached.
Fee: $50 (Registration fee is non-refundable.)
- Checks, money orders, cash, and credit cards are accepted
- Make checks payable to: HCPSS – BSAP Saturday Math Academy.
Documents needed at time of payment:
- Copy of 1st Quarter Report Card
- Copy of Current IEP (if applicable)
- FARMS certification letter (if applicable)
(Please Note: Registration is not complete until all necessary documents have been received.)
- February 27
- March 12, 19
- April 9, 16
- April 23 (Chess Tournament)
Contact/Questions: Jackie Jenkins, 410-313-1598
Parent Information Meetings
One-hour parent information meetings are offered on selected Saturdays throughout each session, focusing on a variety of math related topics and school system initiatives. Parents have an opportunity to meet teachers during the first Parent Information Meeting of the fall and spring sessions.
Parent Expectations For Registered Students
- Ensure students arrive before 9:00 a.m., prepared and ready to start on time.
- Review the Six Ps of Excellence expectations with your child.
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