• Please click on the "School Closure Weekly Plans" navagation bar to the left, and then click on your subject for up-to-date information, assignments, and more. If you have having problems with Aleks or other tech issues, please note the following message from administration:

    Families if you need technical support with the platforms that your child is using (Google Classroom, ZOOM, Edgenuity, online textbooks etc.) or district devices, please contact our site Tech Charles Loy at cloy@amphi.com or 696-5708 or parent/students can send email to AmphiTechSupport@amphi.com.

    There is also a special section of the Amphitheater's District Website that has instructions for accessing all of the technology you need for school:

     https://www.amphi.com/Page/17323

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  • For the Week of May 11, 2020 to May 15, 2020

    Welcome to Week Eight of learning from home.  This week has been designated as "Final Submission Week".

    Information specific to each subject is available by clicking on the left navigation bars.

    * ALL ASSIGNMENTS ARE DUE BY 11:59pm, Wednesday, May 13, 2020. *

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Ms. Patricia Hebert

Phone: 520-696-5643

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

B.A. Mathematics, University of Arizona A.A. Liberal Arts with Honors and Business Certificate, Pima Community College

Ms. Patricia Hebert

Welcome students and parents!  This site is designed for students currently in my math classes as well as their parents and guardians.  This year I am teaching Precalculus and Geometry.

Defining Moment

In my college classes, especially non-math classes, I found myself helping my fellow college students make sense of the mathematics they were facing.  I realized that I had been helping my classmates understand math since early in elementary school.  How exciting it is to be able to help so many others make sense of their mathematics!

Core Educational Beliefs

Success in mathematics requires both conceptual understanding and skills mastery.  Understanding math concepts takes conscious effort.  Mastering math skills takes practice.  Both are equally important, and both take time.

Prior Experience

Before teaching I worked in the engineering field as an electrical/mechanical drafter.

Education

Associates Degree with Honors in Liberal Arts with a Certificate in Business from Pima Community College

Bachelors of Arts in Mathematics with an Education Option and Secondary Mathematics Certification from University of Arizona

Awards/Honors

Robert Noyce Scholar