Mr. Reihner and Mr. DiLeonardo
(724)–225–5380 (ext 6234)
The course is designed to build a strong foundation in algebra topics and material. Students should have a firm grasp of the underlying mathematical concepts while using algebra as tools for solving real–life problems. The integration of technology and consistent problem–solving strategies will help develop strong algebraic skills.
Unit 1: Variables, Function Patterns, and Graphs
Unit 2: Rational Numbers
Unit 3: Solving Equations
Unit 4: Solving Inequalities
Unit 5: Graphs and Functions
Unit 6: Linear Equations and Their Graphs
Unit 7: Systems of Equations and Inequalities
- Bring a pencil, textbook, and a binder with paper every day
- Be prompt – Be in your seat when the bell rings
- Be respectful
- Raise your hand if you would like to contribute to the classroom discussion or need help
- Cooperate with others in the class
- ALWAYS give every task your best effort
- Homework assignments are due at the beginning of class, unless otherwise instructed.
- Assume that all homework assignments will be graded, as it will not be announced ahead of time which homework assignments will be graded.
- Always put the entire heading on top of every assignment. This includes your full name, date, period, and assignment title.
- Completed homework assignments are essential to pass this course. It is imperative to keep up with the work load in this class as it is very demanding. I strongly recommend that all students keep up with the work on a DAILY basis.
- If more than 5 homework assignments are missed during any given 9–week period, the student’s grade will drop by one letter grade. This will continue at increments of 5 until the student fails the class.
The school district’s attendance policy will be enforced in the classroom.
The school district’s grading policy will be enforced in the classroom.
Each grading period will contain the following components:
- Notebook Check(s) – Notebooks are MANDATORY
- In–Class Participation
- Students are required to have their calculator by Friday, September 13, 2019
- Calculators will be an important part of Algebra I.
- Calculators are required for all four years of math at Trinity High School.
- Trinity Area School District does not supply calculators to its students.
- It is the responsibility of the student to purchase his/her own calculator to use in any math course at Trinity High School.
- Absolutely no calculators will be loaned to students for completion of assignments or tests.
- The Math Department suggests the Texas Instruments TI-30XII SLR Solar Scientific Calculator.
- Students may use a different brand’s scientific calculator.
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Dear Parents or Guardians,
I am looking forward to a wonderful school year! Please read the above course information and sign below. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions, concerns, or comments now and throughout the school year.
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