I am in my 20th year of teaching at Clarkston High School. I have taught in two other districts before coming to Clarkston. I graduated from the University of Central Florida (the Golden Knights) and taught in Florida for two years before moving back to Michigan. I taught in Willow Run School District before coming to Clarkston.
I was married to my wife, Cheryl, for twenty-seven years before her passing in October 2007; after a long battle with Multiple Sclerosis. Cheryl and I graduated from Brandon High School in 19??. We have three sons, each has a family of their own. I am the proud grandpa of Kyli (11), Kyla (7), Joleen (6.5),Thomas (6), Elijah (4) and Landen (1.5).
1. Three-ringed binder; at least one and one-half inches.
2. A graphing calculator; TI-83 plus or TI-84 plus.
3. Pencils only!
4. A pad of graph paper.
5. Highlight markers (green, yellow and red (pink))
Note: If you are absent e-mail me and I will give you the assignment. Another option would be to call a classmate.
If you are struggling in your studies please know there is help available. After-school tutoring is available on Monday and Thursday from 2:35 to 3:35 P.M., in the after-school tutor lab (A-200). Also tutoring will be available after school on Tuesday from:
2:30 - 3:00 P.M. in the Math Lab (A-332). I may be available at other times, please see me to make arrangements.
Other avenues for help include tutoring from the National Honor Society students, local; for hire, businesses as well as for hire private tutors. Please see your counselor for specific details.
1st Hour - Algebra 2 A/B (7:30 - 8:28)
2nd Hour - Academic Seminar (Alg. 2) (8:34 to 9:32)
3rd Hour - Academic Seminar (Gen. Ed.) (9:38-10:36)
Lunch A - (10:42 - 11:11)
4th Hour - Academic Seminar (Alg.2) (11:17-12:17)
5th Hour - Conference (12:23 - 1:21)Conference Hour
6th Hour - Algebra 2 A/B (1:27 - 2:25) A
Needed in Class Daily:
1. Student Planner
2. Graphing Calculator
3. Paper and 3-Ring Binder
5. Highlight markers;
6. Previous Assignments and Notes
* No electronic devices are to be used during class
ALL students are expected to be in their seats
and ready to start class when the bell rings.