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Welcome to my web site.
 
“If one asks for success and prepares for failure, he will get the situation he has prepared for.”  Anonymous
 
"Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any other."  Abraham Lincoln
 
There is NO shortcut to SUCCESS.  You can not wish for it or hope for it.  You have to PREPARE to be SUCCESSFUL.  PREPARATION IS THE KEY!  You MUST take OWNERSHIP of what you learn and the grade you expect to make!...Mr. Mapp
 
 
 
Click on the Links tab to the right to access:
 
1.  Year at a Glance for:
 
     Pre-calculus
     AP Calculus AB
     
 
2. TEKS objectives for Math
 
3.  Supplementary websites for:
 
     Kahn Academy which has tutorials for all high school subjects,
 
                                Calculus Tutorials,and
 
                                The College Board
 
 
 
Mr. Mappin's schedule:
 
8:00 - 8:55        Period 1...Algebra 2             
9:00 - 9:55        Period 2...Algebra 2             
10:00 - 10:55    Period 3.. Honors Pre-calculus               
11:00 - 12:35    Period 4...Honors Pre-calculus              
12:40 - 1:35      Period 5...AP Calculus AB                     
1:40 - 2:35        Period 6...Conference 
2:40 - 3:35        Period 7...Algebra 2      
            



NEED EXTRA HELP IN PRE-CAL./AP CALCULUS AB/Algebra 2?
 
 
Teacher is available Monday-Friday during tutorial period for individual help!
 
Grades based on:
Course Level           Major Grades       Daily Grade       Other            Retest       Late Work     Extra Work

 
Level 1                     40%(at least        30%                  30%                 Yes         Yes(2 days)      Yes
                              2 grades)            
 
Level 2                    40%(at least        30%                    30%               Yes         Yes(1 day)       Yes
                                2 grades           
  7 grades)
 
Level 3                     60%(at least        40%(at least                               No          Yes(1 day)       Yes
                              2 grades)             6 grades)
 
Some examples of major grades may include, but not limited to:   tests, quizzes, exams, projects, compositions, benchmarks, labs, six weeks test, notebooks.
 
Some examples of daily grades may include, but not limited to:   homework, compositions, daily assignments, labs, quizzes, participation.