Welcome to Mrs. Rogers's Math class!!! We are off to a great start. On this page I will post major announcements such as lists of due dates, where material can be found. login information for the books. etc.
The login information for this year's book is as follows:
user name is :
This website gives an exact copy of the book the students will be using this year. Please feel free to use it to obtain any information you may need. There is also a link to this book under the Links section on the school website.
If I can be of any assistance to you or your child please do not hesitate to contact me by email (email@example.com). I will answer as soon as I can. I tell the students I will even answer afterschool hours.
Copies of Lesson Presentations can be located under Notes/Powerpoints. Students are welcome to copy these off of the website and bring them to class to fill in as notes. This is encouraged so the students will have more time to listen to the lesson. AFTER lessons are completed in class, a worked out version will be posted. It will be what we went over in class. These will be posted only AFTER completed in class.
Welcome to the World of Math!!! Math is a subject that builds on itself. It is very important to get off to a good start early in the year. If help is needed, please ask as early as possible. Parents can schedule a conference by calling the school at 347-2215. Our counselor will schedule the conference for you.
You are welcome to email me at school. The address is firstname.lastname@example.org. I check my email every morning and every afternoon. I will try to respond as soon as possible, but it may be the next day before I can.
I try to put the homework on the website by Monday for the week. A newsletter was sent home with the students with the guidelines and procedures for the homework and corrections. If you have any questions about these procedures, you can email me.
Our textbook can be accessed online. The information for the website and the password will be sent home with the students. This is a wonderful tool for when your child "forgets" his/her book at school. This is also a great tutorial.
Students are required to take notes daily in a notebook.
Students will have homework daily. After all, math is best learned by PRACTICE, PRACTICE, and PRACTICE!!!
Students will have small quizzes all through the chapters.
Extra credit is given a little at a time and spread throughout the grading period - none is given at the end of the grading period as a last ditch effort.