Instructor: Rhoda Manning
Room Number: 740
Email: [email protected] (preferred means of communication)
Phone(Extension): (904)547-8340 ext 22546
Thank you for logging into my website. I want to take a moment to introduce myself. My name is Rhoda Manning. I have been teaching at Bartram since August 2000 when the school opened. I have taught several different math courses including Geometry/Geometry Honors since 2004. As a high school student, I did not like Geometry, but as a teacher I have come to love teaching it. This is a very challenging mathematics course. Most students will struggle at some time. Unlike Algebra, there is no Pre-Geometry course.
This year I am also teaching Pre-Calculus. I have taught the course before and thoroughly enjoyed teaching the course. There are lots of challenges, but that is what makes the class interesting and fun, at least to me.
I am available for help most mornings and afternoons. I enjoy working with my students during the extra help times. My schedule does change from week to week due to meetings and personal commitments, so check the “Extra Help Availability” page to see when I will be available. This is not a formal lesson time, just an opportunity for students to meet with me to answer their questions–no need to schedule time. The “Extra Help Availability” page is updated on Friday each week for the upcoming week. The availability will also be posted on the board in the classroom which is also updated on Friday.
Please check out my website frequently to stay informed of homework and dates of tests and quizzes. I update the homework pages for each course daily with class notes and homework assignments. Testing information is also available on the specific homework pages. I would also ask that you keep a check on grades and attendance using the online access for parents. Please email me at any time there is a question or concern and I will get back to you within 24 hours.
I expect students to come to class prepared to work and learn. They are also expected to adhere to all classroom and school policies.
To learn you must want to be taught!