Meghan Pazmino
Math Coach
meghan.pazmino@dc.gov

As math coach, my goal is to help teachers build their capacity and confidence as math teachers so they can develop confident, capable student mathematicians who develop a lifelong love of math.

On a regular day, you may find me observing classes, coaching teachers, co-teaching classes, and working with students.

My other hats at Ross include Lab Space Coach and Technology Coordinator.

I’m also obsessed with penguins!

Math Links

Eureka Math Parent Help
This site has videos and copies of every homework assignment, as well as vocabulary and sprints. Note: EngageNY is the previous name of Eureka Math. There may be minor differences due to revisions.

Eureka Math Publisher’s Parent Site
This is the parent site provided by Great Minds, publisher of Eureka Math. You can download Parent Tip Sheets and videos for free.

Illustrated Math Definitions
Hundreds of math definitions illustrated, some even animated!

ST Math at School
This link is to access ST Math at school.

ST Math at Home
Use this link if you are accessing ST Math at home. When using ST Math at home, students only have access to levels they have completed to replay for extra practice. They will not make syllabus progress at home.

First in Math
First in Math is a great website for helping students build fluency. If you haven’t received log in information, please contact your child’s teacher.

Zearn (Grade 3 only)

Math News

  • ST Math – Lots of families have been asking about using ST Math at home. This year, students can only use ST Math in school. You can still access the program at home, but it will say all assigned homework is complete. There is an option to replay games and activities that have already been completed. Students will need their student ID number and password (the same one they use in school). No activation code is needed, but when prompted for school name type Ross. The website is web.stmath.com
  • First in Math – FIM is a great program to encourage your child to use at home! It promotes fact fluency and has lots of activities to motivate them to keep practicing. Login information will be sent home with students soon!
  • Eureka Math Parent Coffees–I’m looking forward to hosting Eureka Math information sessions for parents soon. The format is still being finalized, but it will include sample problems, explanations of models that may be unfamiliar, and time for Q&A. These will likely occur quarterly. I will send out more information on dates as soon as I finalize them!
  • Coming Soon – Math Newsletters! I’m working on putting together a monthly math newsletter with articles, resources, ideas for doing math at home and across the city, and updates on math happenings at school. If you have suggestions for things you’d like included, let me know!