Hello Jackson Community,
As a result of the recent school closures due to the spread of the coronavirus, I have moved all resources online to Canvas in order to increase student access to learning mathematics. I will not be updating this website.
- STUDENTS: You should be able to log on to Canvas and show your parents the updates that are posted on a daily basis.
- PARENTS: I currently see you as "observers" in my Canvas course, so you should be able to access the site. If you cannot log in, check this website: https://www.everettsd.org/Page/31098
If you have any issues accessing Canvas, please email me. I will be checking email routinely Monday-Friday, usually between 8am and 4pm.
This will be my first year at Jackson High School and my fifth year teaching math. I will be teaching Algebra 2 and Bridges to College Math.
My priority as a math teacher here is pretty simple - teach math. To do that means that I adjust how I teach to fit how you learn, regardless of if you have always been "good" or "bad" at math (whatever that means). If you consider yourself "good" at math, I look forward to asking you questions worth your time and energy. If math has always been tough, I look forward to helping you find success in this class.
I come from a family of teachers. My mother and sister both teach first and second grade in the Shoreline and Edmonds school districts. All three of us graduated from Western Washington University. I was lucky enough to meet my wife Sarah while at Western and we are excited to be buying a home near Jackson HS. This will allow me plenty of extra time to work with you after school if you are stuck on a problem.
The best way for students to talk to me is
1. Attend class and talk to me.
2. Come in after school
If you have any questions or concerns about math while here at Jackson, please feel free to contact me. My email is: email@example.com