Honors Geometry and Honors Algebra II
I look forward to teaching your children math this year! In their Google Classroom, a copy of the syllabus can be found describing the class, the grading criteria, and my expectations. If you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail me and I will get back to you as soon as I can.
This is my fifth year teaching high school math, my first year at GCA. I am so happy to be here! But before that, I worked for 15 years in various technical positions. I have worked in industry as a Supply Chain Analyst, Manufacturing Engineer, Cost Savings Specialist, and a Design Engineer at various companies such as Boeing, Honeywell, Alcatel, and Black & Decker. In many of these positions, I wore two hats and provided training and facilitated training events often related to cost savings. As much as I enjoyed this type of work, I did not feel fulfilled until I became a teacher.
My high school physics teacher guided me to a career in engineering, an area where my strengths in math and science were able to flourish. I am so grateful for her and her guidance. I look forward to being that inspiration for the future youth. My experiences in manufacturing engineering and mechanical engineering have shown me that to be successful in these careers, and in life, you must continuously be both a teacher and a student. Technology is ever changing and the skills learned in school give a good base but a person needs to be able to evolve as time progresses.
I am currently co-sponsor of Alpha Mu, the high school math club and the sponsor of Model UN. If you would like any information regarding these clubs, please contact me and I will be happy to share!
1st Period - Honors Geometry
2nd Period - Honors Geometry
4th Period - Honors Geometry
5th Period - Honors Algebra II
6th Period - Honors Algebra II
7th Period - Lunch
8th Period - Prep
9th Period - Honors Algebra II