This website has been updated for the new school year.
If you want to know what you missed or review the notes, select the appropriate class.
This tab will contain announcements and some additional thoughts.
All posts that are older than this one are for previous years. You’re welcome to go through them if you’re curious.
There will be a unit test on exponential functions and logarithms on Thursday, March 29. This test will not be moved; instead, it will be on whatever material we can cover by Tuesday. Retakes will have to be after the break.
There will be a quiz on Monday, March 19. This will be on exponential growth and decay, as well as a question on the natural base e.
Due to the snow day, the test will be moved to Wednesday.
I am currently experiencing technical problems on uploading files and will get the PowerPoints uploaded as soon as possible.
Here is a basic statistics calculator that you can access online or via your phone. It provides mean, median, range, and population standard deviation.
The Study Packet is worth points! Make sure to turn it in!
All papers must be turned in by Friday, January 26, before I leave the building. I will be finalizing grades over the weekend. Any papers turned in after Friday will not count.
I will not be assigning any formal work over the winter break. However, keep in mind that midterms are during the third week after we get back. I would encourage you to review the material. All the presentations I’ve given this year are on this website, and Khan Academy has some excellent resources.
At the same time, I encourage you to spend some time enjoying your break!
Due to the snow day, the quiz is moved to Tuesday.
There will be a quiz on graphing quadratics and sketching polynomials on Monday, Dec. 18. This will be on material covered through Wednesday, Dec. 13.