• Welcome to Math 

    I am very excited to be teaching Honors Algebra 2, and AP Statistics this year. 

    I believe that with a positive attitude you can accomplish anything!

    Vince Lombardi said, “We would accomplish many more things if we did not think of them as impossible.”

    Email: jani.rima@husd.org 

    School Voice Mail: 480.279.7477

    Office Hours:  Monday and Thursday 2:15-3:00 pm, or by appointment
    *Office hours are subject to change based on faculty meetings, school tutoring, club meetings, parent meetings, etc..

    About Ms Rima:

    I have a Bachelor's Degree from Washington State University as well as an MBA, MHSA, and a Master's Degree in Secondary Education from Arizona State University. I am also a Nationally Board Certified Teacher in Adolescence and Young Adult Mathematics. I have been teaching math at Higley High School for the last 15 years and enjoy working with enthusiastic teachers and students. I am excited to be your teacher this year. Go Knights!

    Schedule:

    1st hour  7:25-8:30  AP Statistics

    2nd hour 8:35-9:33   H Algebra 2

    3rd hour 9:38-10:36  H Algebra 2

    4th hour 10:41-11:39 Prep

    Lunch     11:39-12:09

    5th hour 12:14-1:12  H Algebra 2 

    6th hour 1:17-2:15     H Algebra 2

    HOW CAN YOU BE SUCCESSFUL?

    Every student can learn – some people just need a little more time, another approach, or some extra help.  Too often students give up in math because it’s difficult.  Sports make you sweat and sometimes make you sore as you use new muscles, but we don’t give up.  Why is mental effort any different?  The reality is that when we challenge ourselves, we grow:  we learn perseverance and improve our thinking and study skills.  If there is no challenge, there is no growth.  If you have a setback, regroup and try again.  Analyze what went wrong, learn from the loss and try harder next time.  

    Expect the challenge to come.  Understanding takes work, but it will come in time.

    Take responsibility for your learning.  You’re the only one who can make you succeed.

    Listen and take notes in class.  Ask questions and write down the examples.   

    Review your notes and do the assignments, even if you’re not totally comfortable yet.

    Abandon negative messages.  Give yourself positive messages and make them come true.

    If you’re lost, don’t wait.  Come right in and get help before you get far behind.

    Give yourself permission to succeed! 

    No matter what career field you choose, from doctor to car mechanic to full-time parent, you will benefit from the ability to think things through, use procedures, and solve problems.  Those are the skills that you will learn in a challenging math course like this.  Together we can succeed and even have fun as we explore the material.  This is a worthwhile process, and you will be better from the experience.

    All course documents, syllabi, and course calendars can be found on Canvas using the following link:Link to Canvas

     

Last Modified on November 28, 2018