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    Aaron Specht

    Lynda Hill

    Director of Mathematics

    P: 912.754.5610 
    F: 912.754.5611

    lhill@effingham.k12.ga.us

      Fall Semester: 

       Zero Period    7:30 am - 8:45 am AP Statistics
       1/2 Period    8:48 am - 10:03 am AP Statistics
       3/4 Period    10:06 am - 11:21 am Honors Algebra 2
       5th Period    11:56 pm - 1:11 pm Honors Algebra 2
       6th Period    1:14 pm - 2:29 pm Honors Algebra 1
     
    Spring Semester:
     
       Zero Period    7:30 am - 8:45 am AP Statistics
       1/2 Period    8:48 am - 10:03 am AP Statistics
       3/4 Period    10:06 am - 11:21 am Honors Pre-Calculus
       5th Period    11:56 pm - 1:11 pm Honors Pre-Calculus
       6th Period    1:14 pm - 2:29 pm Honors Pre-Calculus

     

     
    School supply list for Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Pre-calculus and AP Statistics:
    Please purchase:
    notebook paper, graph paper, PENCILS (mechanical pencils are preferred), and a TI-84 Plus graphing calculator.
    You will need a 1 inch or 1 1/2 inch notebook binder to keep your work.  If you want to share the notebook with another class, that is fine.
    If you wish to have your own hand sanitizer and kleenex, please purchase those also. 
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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    • This, therefore, is mathematics: she gives life to her own discoveries; she awakens the mind and purifies the intellect; she brings light to our intrinsic ideas;

      she abolishes the oblivion and ignorance which are ours by birth.    -- Proclus

       

    •  So it goes, new mathematics from old, curving back, folding and unfolding, old ideas in new guises, new theorems illuminating old problems. 
      Doing mathematics is like wandering through a new countryside.  We see a beautiful valley below us, but the way down is too steep, and so we take
      another path, which leads us far afield, until, by a sudden and unexpected turning, we find ourselves walking in the valley.
                               ~Rick Norwood, "In Abstract Terrain."
     
Last Modified on July 30, 2018