“I wanted a perfect ending. Now I've learned, the hard way, that some poems don't rhyme, and some stories don't have a clear beginning, middle, and end. Life is about not knowing, having to change, taking the moment and making the best of it, without knowing what's going to happen next. Delicious Ambiguity.” ― Gilda Radner
Highlights/Upcoming Events & Dates
We are currently in Learning at Home for the rest of the week (11/16/21 to 11/19/21). Check Google Classroom daily for what needs to be accomplished with the handouts I sent home. This isn't an early holiday break. Learning is still going on and expected.
For Math - students will be using Google Classroom because it sinks up with Pearson
IMPORTANT: During normal school hours, GoGuardian is recording what websites your student(s) are going to on their school device. Practice good digital citizenship in remote learning times!
Who is Mrs. Petcoff?
Born in Ohio
Raised in Arizona
Moved to Colorado in 2005
Married to Doug, a biology professor at Metro
Has 2 fur-kids: Rambo & Schroeder (and 2 fur-kids that have crossed the Rainbow Bridge - Schubert and Sam)
Has 1 sister
In her spare time likes to garden, hike, sing, perform in plays and musicals, play piano, camp, & read
Favorite color is purple
The word geometry comes from the Greek words geos (meaning earth) and metron (meaning measure). The ancient Egyptians, Chinese, Babylonians, Romans, and Greeks used geometry for surveying, navigation, astronomy, and other practical occupations.