•  Math daily updates
     
     
     
    Week 7 and on (until something changes)

    For both regents and honors classes:
    Please check the stream in your math Google Classroom for daily updates.

    Week 6 (October 13th - October 16th)

    For both regents and honors classes:

    This week we continue with lessons. The lessons will continue to be given in the form of edpuzzle videos during ASYNCHRONOUS time. The in-person time, aside from general announcements, will still be used for asking questions, reviewing material from the previous lesson, and practice. Please see my Google Classroom for details each day.
    There will be a test on Friday!

    Week 5 (October 5th - October 9th)

    For both regents and honors classes:

    This week we continue with lessons. The lessons will continue to be given in the form of edpuzzle videos during ASYNCHRONOUS time. The in-person time, aside from general announcements, will still be used for asking questions, reviewing material from the previous lesson, and practice. Please see my Google Classroom for details each day.
    There will be a quiz on Friday!

    Week 4 (September 29th - October 1st)

    For both regents and honors classes:

    This week we continue with lessons. The lessons will continue to be given in the form of edpuzzle videos during ASYNCHRONOUS time. The in-person time, aside from general announcements, will still be used for asking questions, reviewing material from the previous lesson, and practice. Please see my Google Classroom for details each day.

    Week 3 (September 21st - 25th)

    For both regents and honors classes:

    This week we start actual lessons. The lessons will be given in the form of videos during ASYNCHRONOUS time. The in-person time, aside from general announcements, will be used for asking questions, reviewing material from the previous lesson, and practice. Please see my Google Classroom for details each day.

    Week 2 (September 14th - 18th)

    For both regents and honors classes:

    This week we will be doing review work during SYNCHRONOUS class time and iReady during ASYNCHRONOUS time. Students will have the entire week to try and finish the iReady diagnostic. See my google classroom for more details.

     
    Week 1 (1st week of Quarter 1)

     

    Thursday, September 10th: FIRST DAY

    Today we meet! Your assignment is due at our next meet on Friday. You will have to SHOW me that you have a spiral-bound notebook, a writing utensil, and some form of calculator. 

     

    Wednesday, September 9th:

    Tomorrow is the first day! I've updated my Google Classroom stream to include the daily "bell" schedule for middle-school. I also updated my teacher webpage to include my schedule, the regents syllabus, and the honors syllabus. See you tomorrow!

     

    Tuesday, September 8th:

    I'll be adding students to my Google Classrooms today and tomorrow. Most students will be automatically added, though some may need specific invites from me (technical reasons!). So, if you're not automatically added to a math class, be on the lookout for an invite to join Mr. Rondini's math class for whatever period you have me. 

    Again, all you really need for me to start this year is a spiral notebook, something to write with, a device (obviously), and some form of a calculator. 

    Talk soon!

    Rondini

     

    Thursday, September 3rd:

    Today your schedules became available, and lucky you, I'm your math teacher. All the teachers are working hard to get the start of this strange school year up and running. I will have more information for you as the days go on, but all you'll really need to get started for me is a spiral bound notebook, something to write with, a computer or device (obviously), and some form of a calculator. Don't stress about a textbook or workbook for now. 

    I look forward to meeting you next week!

    -Rondini