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Hickman County Elementary School will be participating in the Seamless Summer Option of National School Lunch Program and the School Breakfast Program. As part of this program, HCES will offer healthy meals every school day at NO COST to all enrolled students for summer enrichment May 20 – 24, 2024. Students will be able to participate in these meal programs without having to pay a fee or submit a household application.
For more information, you may call Lindsey Cunningham at 270.653.2341 or e-mail at [email protected].

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Math

Math

COURSE 0950      ALGEBRA I

Algebra I is designed for students who as a freshman or sophomores and is required for graduation. This course is the first of several courses of specialized mathematics. Not only will the students be working with real numbers, solving equations, polynomials and factoring, but Algebraic fractions and application will be stressed. This course, which is the prep course for Algebra II, will include linear equations and systems, inequalities, rational and irrational numbers, quadratic equations, and the total language of Algebra.

COURSE 1050       GEOMETRY

 Prerequisite: Algebra I

This class is designed to meet the graduation requirements in mathematics. An introduction toformal proof begins in the very first chapter and is followed by lessons on deductive and inductive reasoning, indirect proofs, and trigonometry. Algebraic skills are reviewed and strengthened. Geometry is essential to the college prep student as well as the non college prep student interested in a technical career such as electronics.

COURSE 1150       ALGEBRA II

Prerequisite: Algebra I, Geometry

This course is designed for college-bound students and is required by most two and four year colleges for regular entrance. In addition to expanding the mathematical concepts of Algebra I, emphasis will be placed on preparation for study of higher mathematics. Topics include factoring, the complex number system, quadratic equations, and inequalities, graphing, exponents, the binomial theorem, logarithms, and trigonometry.

COURSE 1155       APPLIED MATH

Prerequisite: Algebra I, Geometry

This course is designed for students who have acquired computational skills and some algebraic and geometric concepts.  Students will apply these concepts to non-routine problems using modeling and manipulative materials.  Topics include those in real-world mathematics, (consumer, career, sports, business/industry) with concepts developed through problem-solving activities, using the computer and/or graphing calculator as a tool.  This course may be used to complete the third mathematics credit required for graduation, but it does not meet the college entry requirements for Algebra II.

COURSE 1350       TOPICS IN ADVANCED MATHEMATICS

 Prerequisite: Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II

Course Description: The purpose of this course is to provide for exploration, enrichment, maintenance and improvement of previously acquired pre-college skills. A wide variety of topics covered in this course include: analytic geometry, space geometry, relations and functions including trigonometric, matrices, vectors, sequences, series, probability, graphs in three dimensions, and an introduction tolimits and rate of change problems. Appropriate use of the graphing calculator will be integrated throughout the course. 

COURSE 1120      AP CALCULUS

Grade Level: 11thor 12th

Prerequisite:  Advanced Topics in Mathematics

This course covers the differentiation and integration of algebraic and transcendental functions, special methods of differentiation, advanced integration techniques, and the application of both.  Calculus is recommended for all students planning math-related careers.  Advanced Placement credit may be earned by individual arrangement.