Degrees and Certifications:
Bachelors of Science, Mathematics 1987 Minnesota State University Moorhead Master of Ed., Teaching and Learning 2001 Hamline University
Ms. Jean Walker
I started my teaching career in 1987 teaching high school math and computer science. In 1992 my career took me to Highland Park Jr. High which is now known as Highland Park Middle School. I have had a number of different roles here, being a technology liaison, teaching computer science classes and a variety of math class; Pre-algebra, Algebra, Geometry and Algebra 2. I am looking forward to another great year.
When not at school I am trying to find ways to travel the world. My goal is to make it to all seven continents. I have made it to five continents so far and twenty-nine countries. Thinking about starting a goal a little closer to home and try to make it to all fifty states. Not always am I able to travel so while home and not busy with school I enjoy knitting, crocheting and reading.
Math class will consist of in class learning activities, homework/practice and assessments. We will be using ST Math to enhance learning this year. Schoology will be the tool to locate class materials. It is organized using folders within the class dated according to the week. Inside the weekly folder the actual lessons will be found, they will have class name and date so please note that when looking for materials, lessons or places to submit work.
Please, please remember to reach out if you are struggling with finding materials or have questions. I will be asking people reach out with emails. I may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*HOMEWORK IS EXPECTED TO BE COMPLETED:
*Assignments might change if necessary for more instruction on a topic.
*Remind students if they do not understand a problem they should ask for assistance in class.
Important Note: It is essential students practice, please do homework. Assignments and homework completion will be tracked using Schoology.
Falling behind? - Please reach out to Ms. Walker for extra help.
Looking for homework? Please log into Schoology.