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Term Grad Tutoring Schedule

                Term Grad Tutoring
2020-2021

Science

Both biology and earth will be building canvas pages and enrolling students. There will be a teams link on the canvas pages available from 3:20-3:45pm every day starting Nov. 4th. Students will only be asked to come in the building on a case by case basis.

 

Reading

The course I am creating for retesters is "Reading SOL tutorial."

I will add the students on the list for the Reading SOL; Ms. Darnell and I will be the teachers.

I will also put a teams link on our Canvas page.

 

History

We are offering tutoring on Fridays from 10-12. If students retesting for WHI/ WHII would like to come in person, that is an option. Mr. Hartman created one canvas page for all SS classes and I am adding all students to it. Content teams will post a Teams link on the homepage of this Canvas course for students to click the link on Fridays to join tutoring (if they are unable to attend in person). Tutoring will be offered for the next 3 Fridays (11/13, 11/20 & 12/4) and teachers will take attendance of those who attend in-person/ on Teams. 

Algebra 1

Instructor Mr. A. Freese afreese@rcps.inf0

WF Room 1002

10am – 12 noon

Fridays November 6,13,20 and December 4

 

Students are required to:

  1. bring their laptop and charger
  2. arrive on time
  3. wear a mask
  4. go through COVID protocol at the front office

Students will learn to use DESMOS graphing calculator. An SOL review book (RCPS Passport to Success) will be provided and will be used as the basis of the Algebra Review.

Geometry

Instructors Mr. Z. Quest  zquest@rcps.info

                    Mrs. N. Schilling nschilling@rcps.info

WF Room 901

10am – 12 noon

Fridays November 6,13,20 and December 4

 

Students are required to:

  1. bring their laptop and charger
  2. arrive on time
  3. wear a mask
  4. go through COVID protocol at the front office

 

Students will learn to use DESMOS graphing calculator. An SOL review book (RCPS Passport to Success) will be provided and will be used as the basis of the Geometry Review.