I have a web page that shows the assignments for the upcoming week.
Put in my name and it will direct you to the correct page for your child's class.
We have been learning how to solve systems of equations in many ways. Some by algebraically and some by technology. 1st test of the 3rd 6 weeks will be early next week.
This class has started studying trigonometry and has learned some new vocabulary and new ideas. Ask your student the difference between angular velocity and linear velocity! We will soon be learning all about the unit circle and that will change our ideas about angles!
We've learned about differentiation and what that does. Now we are learning how to take everything we've ever learned about functions (intercepts, asymptotes, increasing, decreasing, concavity, etc) and learning to sketch the function without a calculator.
Mu Alpha Theta
Mu Alpha Theta is an math honor society for juniors and seniors.
- The members also have to tutor at least 12 hours this year in order to receive their Mu Alpha Theta medals for graduation.
- Good citizen
- Recommended by faculty
- 2.25 grade point average in all high school math classes
4. Enrolled in a math class
President: Tori Artis
Vice-president: Jackie Davis
Secretary: Allison Hargraves
Treasure: Monica Aguilar
Historian: Kaitlin Hooper