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Math Department Tutoring

Tutorial Centers

Room 252 – 6:57 AM – 7:52 AM   Monday – Friday

Room 203 – 2:45 PM – 3:40 PM   Monday – Thursday


Re-testing Center

Room 208 – 2:45 PM on Fridays

***Students can schedule tutoring and re-testing with their teacher***

Wilson Math Resource Website

Step 1: Student logs into SchoolLoop (Only students have this link. Parents/guardians do not)

Step 2: Locate the blue “Wilson Math Support” hyperlink to the right of the student’s grade display

Step 3: Choose your course (Algebra 1, Geometry, Accelerated Geometry, Algebra 2, FST, Finite Math, Pre-Calculus, etc) and explore the resources

Algebra Shuffle

Wilson Algebra 1 Shuffle

***All chapter tests can be re-taken***

September 1stEveryone begins Algebra Chapters 1, 2, 3

1st Shuffle – Early November

Green:  70% or higher on Chapters 1, 2 & 3 move on to chapters 4, 5, 6

Yellow:  All others go back to Chapters 1, 2 & 3, starting over with a clean slate. 

***Note: students who shuffle back once will still have the opportunity to complete the curriculum by June. 

2nd Shuffle – End of Fall Semester

Green:  D or higher for semester grade move forward to chapters 7, 8, 9

Yellow:  Chapter average (1-5) D or higher move forward

***Note: At the semester students will get an “incomplete” as a grade…this will be changed to their earned grade in March, at which time they will have caught up in the curriculum 

Core Support: Shuffle back for a second time (earning an F grade) will have the opportunity to reinforce some Pre-Algebra skills in an Algebra Support Class for elective credit, the idea being they will be better front loaded for a fresh start in September and have the opportunity to earn elective credits

3rd Shuffle – Mid-March

Green:  Chapter average D or higher move on to chapters 9 and 11 Grade D or higher move forward

Yellow:  Final semester grade of D or higher move on to chapters 8, 9, 11 Final semester grade of F move to Algebra Core Support Class

Core Support:  Continue with Algebra Support Class

CSU Success - Preparation for the EAP and ELM

The following links will assist students in their preparation for the Early Assessment Program (EAP) and the ELM that determine a student's placement for Mathematics at California State University Campuses.

LBCC Math Placement Test Preparation

The following links will provide you with material to help you prepare for the mathematics placement test at Long Beach City College (LBCC):

LBCC Math Prep Part 1

LBCC Math Prep Part 2

LBCC Math Prep Part 3

Please note each link goes to a file that is approximately 20 megabytes, so please be patient as it may take a minute to load the pdf file.

Practice Problems for Common Core Assessments

Common Core Assessment Practice for Mathematics

Please click on the link above for practice problems from the Common Core Assessment.

Department Mission

We exist to facilitate mathematical understand and life-long interest in order to support the academic goals of all students.


All students will pass algebra and CAHSEE
We will inspire students to pursue formal education by supporting the A-G requirements
Students will become productive members of society as critical-thinking problem solvers
All students will score at least proficient level on state tests
All math teachers will regularly participate in subject specific collaboration


Culture of excellence for all staff and students
Attendance is essential for success
All students are capable learners
Students are responsible for their own learning and should be held accountable
Respect for self and others


4 common assessments department-wide

4 times per semester we meet and discuss quality of student responses to assessments and practice common scoring of “assessments”

Next steps

Increase communication with parents
Continue team meetings
Continue math tutoring
Restructure the curriculum so that all state standards are covered before state exams

Practice standard test questions and formats

Math Courses Offered at Wilson High School - Flow Chart

Courses Offered at Wilson High School in Mathematics

If you have any questions, please consult your son or daughter's math teacher or guidance counselor.

Wilson Mathematics Department 2016-17

Alawi Rm: 251, Sayed
Cook Rm: 252, Jeremy
Dao Rm: 254, Anthony
Drummond Rm: 208, Marianne
Enge Rm: 515, Stanley
Estrada Rm: PA 014, Arnold
Evans Office: 206 / Rm: 351 (B1, B2), Jeffrey
Athletic Director / Director of Golf
Fimbres Carlos Rm: 303, Veronica
Gardner Rm: 451, Whitney
He Rm: 355, Chanmony
Keiser Rm: 257, Davina
Math & Piano
Kleiman Rm: 353, Marla
Kompleski, Gerry
Kong Rm: 305, Mr.
Mejia Rm: 260, Janice
More Rm: 203, Mr. Dana
Peffers Rm: PA 013, P. Scott
Richardson Rm: C-08, Patricia
Ross Rm: 258, Christina
Sternin, Chrishanne
Swaminathan Rm: 357, Melanie
Weaver Rm: 351, Nicole