Courses - Geometry

Geometry uses problem situations, physical models, and appropriate technology to investigate and justify geometric concepts and relationships. Problem-solving situations provide all students an environment that promotes communication, engages student reasoning, and fosters connections within mathematics, to other disciplines, and to the real world. 

Students will use physical models to represent, explore, develop, and apply abstract concepts.  The use of appropriate technology will help students develop mathematics needed in an increasingly technological world. 

The concepts and topics emphasized in the course include measurement, geometric patterns, coordinate geometry, two- and three-dimensional figures, transformational geometry, congruence, similarity, inductive and deductive reasoning, logic, and proof.

Mr. Staten's Course Description (in PDF)
Mr. Staten's Classroom Behavior and Dicipline (in PDF)

Mr. Schoolcraft's Course Description (in PDF)
Mr. Schoolcraft's Handbook (in PDF)

Created by: Kadie Rose
Updated by: Patricia Justice
Last Updated: September 2015