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Student: “When will I ever use this?”


Teacher: Some of these things are not directly usable. But that doesn’t make them meaningless. I am challenging you to learn difficult concepts to train you to become problem solvers. In life, you will be faced with many challenges that you feel incapable of completing, but if you learn to overcome adversity now, you’ll be better prepared for adulthood and the “real-world.” For example: Your favorite football player will never do a squat in a game, so why do a ton in the weight room? The skills add up to a whole.


Supply List


All Classes: composition book, PLENTY of notebook paperpencils, and a binder or folder for organization purposes



Tip #1: I recommend mechanical pencils (if possible). It's also a good idea to pick up some eraser caps if your budget allows.



Tip #2: I have found that Wal-Mart has the best prices. For instance, you can purchase folders at Wal-Mart for as little as $0.15! Similarly, Wal-Mart has composition books ($0.50), spiral notebooks ($0.50), and notebook paper ($0.82) for less than what you would pay at The Dollar Tree. [These prices were noted in August during all the back to school sales. I'm not sure how prices are mid-year.] 


Calculators will be provided for in-class use. Students may not take the calculators home. If you would like to purchase one for at-home use, the ECHS math department recommends the TI-84 PLUS. If your child has a smartphone, they may download the free app DESMOS that will serve (basically) the same purpose as a graphing calculator. 




Please email me anytime at krista.rhinehardt@carteretk12.org or call the school at (252)728-3514 to leave a message.

Sign up for Remind

This year, I’m using Remind to help keep you informed about classroom activities and assignments. Remind is a free service that lets me send quick messages via push notifications (with the app) or email to everyone involved with the class. We’ll be able to stay in touch without revealing our personal contact information. Signing up for my messages on Remind is easy. Go to https://www.remind.com/families to get started.


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I will be using Canvas to deliver virtual learning instruction and assignments. To access: sign in to PowerSchool, select the Canvas icon, then locate your math course from the tabs provided.




Click HERE for a video that explains how to sign in on Canvas and locate your course. 



Math I

Please read the Math I Syllabus (located on the left in the "Locker").


Students: Click HERE to complete the Student Information Form


Parents: Click HERE to complete the Parent Information Form

Math III

Please read the Math III Syllabus (located on the left in the "Locker").


Students: Click HERE to complete the Student Information Form


Parents: Click HERE to complete the Parent Information Form


You must fill out the attendance form EVERY day for EACH class. Yes, that means four times!



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