Lutz, Mrs. Diane

Mrs. Lutz's Math Page

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Welcome!


Welcome to the 2017-2018 school year! We will explore various topics of algebra, build upon our problem solving skills, and gain a deeper understanding of mathematics.

Students will need to have a calculator available to them for use at home. If they are unable to obtain one, they may sign one out with a calculator contract or use the one on the iPad. The calculators that I recommend are the graphing calculator TI - 84 or TI-84 Plus if the student intends to pursue math or science classes in the future or the scientific calculator TI-30X.

If a student needs extra assistance in this course, I am available any day before school from 7:15-7:40, after school on select days until 3:15, or during Flex periods. I also recommend the peer-tutoring program here at CYHS.

If you need to reach me, feel free to e-mail me at dlutz@cysd.k12.pa.us or leave a message on my voicemail: 846-6789 ext 1419. I will respond as soon as possible. Questions about homework assignments, classwork, or preparing for an assessment? Please do not hesitate to contact me.

All course policies and procedures, assignments, and resources can be found on the course syllabus located on our class Schoology page. Please contact Mrs. Lutz if you need access to our Schoology page.


 

ALGEBRA II 

Welcome to Algebra II! This class meets during period 1. The course is designed to expand and enrich the knowledge gained during 8th grade math. You can expect an assignment each day and weekly quizzes or tests. If you need assistance on any assignment, there are many helpful links under "Need Help? Useful Links.”

HONORS ALGEBRA II


 

Welcome to Honors Algebra II! This class meets during periods 2 and 4. The course is designed to expand and enrich the knowledge gained during Honors Algebra I. You can expect an assignment each day and weekly quizzes or tests. If you need assistance on any assignment, there are many helpful links under "Need Help? Useful Links."


 
 Link to 2.8 Notes on YouTube:

Link to 2.5 Notes on YouTube