• Picture of Mr. Stiger standing in front of Cacti F-15 Eagle Fighter jet flying with clouds in the background


    Mr. Jasen Stiger
    Phone: (480) 279-8087
    Subject(s): Financial Algrebra & Algebra 1
    Room#: 266
    Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 2:30-4:00 pm, or by appointment
    1st Hour: Financial Algrebra
    2nd Hour: Prep Hour
    3rd Hour: Algebra 1
    4th Hour: Algebra 1
    5th Hour: Algebra 1
    6th Hour: Algebra 1
    About Me:
    Originally I am from Illinois.  I spent my teenage years in Michigan before joining the U.S. Air Force after high school.  I was a Crew-Chief on the F-15 pictured above. I proudly served for 8 years before being honorably discharged. After the Air Force, I joined the world of Accounting and Finance. I have always wanted to be a teacher and I made the jump to fulfill my dream in 2017. I use over 12 years of experience in Accounting & Finance to apply real world scenarios to what I teach in Financial Algrebra & Algebra I. This will be my second year at Williams Field High School.
    Parents: Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or concerns. E-mail is
    the best way to get in touch with me. I will return an email or phone call within 24 business hours.

    Required Materials for Class

    Financial Algrebra

    • 3 ring binder - 1 inch thick (All notes and activities will be required to be kept in binder)
    • Plastic folder with 3 holes to fit in binder (To keep any loose papers)
    • College Ruled Loose Paper (There will be writing done within this class)
    • Pencils
    • Erasers
    • Dry erase markers
    • Highlighters

    Algebra 1

    • 3 ring binder - 1 or 1/2 inch thick (All notes and activities will be required to be kept in binder
    • Plastic folder (To keep any loose papers, i.e. Homework)
    • Pencils
    • Erasers
    • Ruler
    • Dry erase markers
    • School glue (We will have preprinted inserts at times)
    • Optional: TI-Nspire (non CAS) calculator


    Ways to help your student succeed in math 
    1. Never say that your student is weak in math. 
    2. Focus on what your student is capable of doing in math and continue to motive your student.
    3. Be involved in your student’s learning. Question them daily on what they learned in class.
    4. Check your student’s math notebook frequently. 
    5. Check for completion of homework/assignment.
    6. Check my teacher page & class calendar to stay current with lessons.
    7. Check my YouTube Channel for any lessons that might have been missed or for a refresher on material that we already covered. Search "Stigermath" to find my channel and subscribe.
    8. Sign up for the Remind App. The codes and how to sign up are located on the Remind Tab.