My DATA Precalculus OnRamps classes for 2020-21 are periods 2 and 4.
When we are back on campus, we will meet in my new classroom, RR239.
While we are working virtually, we will meet using Google Classroom and Zoom.
The best way to contact me is through my email, email@example.com, or posting a comment in our Google Classroom.
The other Precalculus OnRamps teacher on the Roosevelt campus is Ms. Palmer Dimick. She teaches in room RR219 (in case you need precalculus help and I am not available).
HERE is the Roosevelt bell schedule for this school year. We will follow this bell schedule for the entire school year, whether we are working virtually or coming to school in-person.
After your class schedule is finalized in Skyward, please use THIS DOCUMENT to join the appropriate websites. We will use Google Classroom as our "home" but you will also have assignments from DeltaMath. Please go ahead and get your accounts set up for both of these platforms now. We will set up your Canvas account during the first week of class.
While we are virtual, we will meet through Zoom during our assigned class time on the bell schedule. To protect the privacy and security of our virtual class, zoom links will be posted within our Google Classroom within Resources under the "classwork" tab. If you are not able to join our Google Classroom before the first day of school, please email me for the zoom link.
This is a confusing time and we all have lots of questions. HERE is our DATA Precalculus OnRamps shared Q&A page. Questions can be posted by any student or parent. I will check the page each school day and provide answers (if I can). If your question is private in nature or only relates to your personal situation, please email me directly, since all students and parents in my precalculus classes will have access to this document.
Morning and afternoon zoom tutoring will be available. I will post a list of days and times on my website and in our Google Classroom as soon as I have a schedule ready. In the meantime, please email me or post your questions in the Q&A document