Maribel Vawter


ROOM: 627


         PHONE: (505) 891-5335 ext.54785


TEXTBOOK: Eureka Modules, will be handed out to students as the year goes on. Students are allowed to write in these, and encouraged to keep them to study even after completing the module.


  • 1 composition book, 100 pages

  • Pencils

  • Red pens

  • 8 glue sticks (might need more as the year goes by)

  • Ruler

  • Highlighters (At least two different colors)

  • Larger Eraser

  • Homework Folder

  • Scientific Calculator (TI-30X IIS)highly recommended)

DAILY AGENDA/ASSIGNMENTS: ​Go to calendar and click on day needed. Notes, examples, and assignment are updated daily.

COURSE DESCRIPTION: The fundamental purpose of this course is to: (1) formulating and reasoning about expressions and equations, including modeling an association In bivariate data with a linear equation and solving linear equations and systems of linear equations; (2) grasping the concept of a function and using functions to describe quantitative relationships; (3) analyzing two- and three-dimensional space and figures using distance, angle, similarity, and congruence, and understanding and applying the Pythagorean Theorem.


Nine weeks grades will be computed using quizzes, examinations, and homework/classwork assignments. Examinations and quizzes will account for 70% of the nine weeks grade. Homework/classwork will account for 30%. Students are allowed 2 late assignments per 9 weeks for full credit, no other late assignments are accepted. The number of tests and quizzes will changed from nine weeks to nine weeks due to the amount and type of content covered. The Rio Rancho District scale will be followed when issuing nine weeks, semester, and final course grades. Semester grades will be computed using the nine weeks averages (weighted 40% each) and the semester exam (weighted 20%).

All students will be required to turn in notes and practice by the end of the module. If students are absent, they are expected to print handouts from the instructor’s website or pick up a copy in class so they don’t get behind. Students will be expected to go to the instructor or the website to keep track of assignments and activities in class when absent.