Mr. Michael Persichetti

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Mr. Michael Persichetti

Students MUST sign in to their Google Account and then use this link to check in DAILY (not during spring break)

Check In Link - Mr. Persichetti's Class

Important District Grading Message for Marking Period Three: 

  • All assignments that were completed by March 13th will be graded and counted in a traditional manner. 

  • Any assignment given during our remote learning (past three weeks) in marking period 3 can only serve to enhance a student’s grade; these assignments cannot be detrimental to a student’s grade.  

  • As such, in powerschool for Marking period 3, any remote learning assignment that you see in PURPLE is an assignment that has been “exempted” by the teacher because that grade would be detrimental to the student’s grade.

Remote Learning Assignements and Directions

Week of April 13th - Welcome Back!

Details for each daily lesson is posted in our Google Classroom.

Need live help?  Join our daily 1:00pm Google Meet to ask questions or send me an email.  Click HERE to attend.

Monday, April 13, "The Pythagorean Theorem"

Tuesday, April 14, "Pythagorean Theorem Converse"

Wednesday, April 15, "Applying the Pythagorean Theorem"

Thursday, April 16, Distance on a Coordinate Plane"

Friday, April 17, "Catch Up Day"

 General Information about our 2019 - 2020 Math Class

Math Units covered:  Unit 1: Exponents, Expressions & Equations; Unit 2: Functions & Solutions; Unit 3:  Geometry including Pythagorean Theorem and tranformations; Unit 4:  Statistics & Probability including scatterplots and association.

Attention Parents / Guardians:  Please visit your child's Powerschool Portal to view all upcoming due dates for assessments, projects, and homework.

District Grading Protocol:  50% - Summative Grades, 40% - Formative Grades & 10% - Individual Practice

“If parents want to give their children a gift, the best thing they can do is to teach their children to love challenges, be intrigued by mistakes, enjoy effort, and keep on learning.”  Carol Dweck