Name: Stacia Anderson
Subject: Math I & Introduction to Math I
Contact info: email@example.comGreetings~I am excited to be a part of R.B. Glenn High School. I have been teaching Math since 2004. I wear many hats which include being a wife, mother, teacher, and a student. My goal is to help my students meet their math goals and objectives, according to Winston Salem Forsyth County Schools and the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. I look forward to being a part of the Bobcats and working with every one.
Math I Topics
Introduction to Math I
Patterns of Change
Patterns in Data
Fractions and Decimals
Liner Functions & Patterns of Association
Patterns in Shape
Graphing Equations and Inequalities
Rate of Change
Area and Perimeter
Students are required to maintain a math notebook (3ring a binder) and a composition notebook. Students are expected to follow Glenn High School rules (please see the student handbook) located at: http://wsfcs.k12.nc.us/cms/lib/NC01001395/Centricity/domain/37/publications/2014-15%20Student-Parent%20Handbook.pdf. In addition to the handbook students are held accountable to Mrs. S. Anderson’s classroom procedures listed below.
CLASS PROCEDURES ARE: Enter the room quietly and began Bell Ringer
Exhibit RESPECT for yourself and others
Remain seated unless otherwise directed
Raise your hand and wait to be called upon before speaking
Complete all assignments
Bring all materials to class daily.
The following are not allowed:
Eating in the classroom
Beverages other than water (flavored water is not water)
Student is allowed to leave the room without a Hall Pass
Consequences are followed from the student handbook
- 3 ring Binder/Notebook
- Scientific calculator*
- 1 composition Notebook
- Loose leaf paper
- Colored Pencils(1pk)
*Access to a computer is essential*
*Scientific calculator: Texas Instrument TI-83 plus or Texas Instrument TI-84, graphing calculator(s) are recommended for Math I and Foundations of Math I. A limited amount of calculators are available in the classroom. These calculators are not allowed to leave the classroom. It is imperative for students to have access to calculators in class and outside of the classroom for success in this class. Students are able to rent calculators from the library.
Scores for progress assessments are based on mastery. Projects will be graded based upon rubrics that will be distributed to students before the projects are due. If you have questions about your son or daughter’s grades, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Please refer to your student handbook. The weight of the grades for each assignment will be discussed in class and posted later for your convenience.
- Complete all problems with proper work – 100%
- Complete less than all but more than half with proper work - 85%
- Complete half or have no work shown – 70%
- Complete less than half – 0%
Make up work: Two days will be provided for every day missed for any assignment. Five days will be provided to make up any test.
*I reserve the right to make changes as needed to meet the needs of all students*
- If you have 1 absence you have 2 days to turn in assignments.
- If you miss the day before a test, you are required to take the test the following day of your return. If you miss the day OF a test, you are required to take it the day that you return.
- If six or more days are missed student(s) will be referred to Saturday/Evening School a contract will be implemented to turn in to administration