Sue Katzke
Welcome to Math 2022-2023 students and parents!

I will be teaching Algebra 2 Concepts and Algebra 3 this year.  

A scientific calculator is REQUIRED for Algebra 2 Concepts.  The best model is a Texas Instruments
TI-30X IIS.  Anything in the TI-30 category works really well.  It is very important for students to have a calculator with them every single day.

For Algebra 3, a graphing calculator is strongly recommended, though not required.  Students MUST at least have a scientific calculator. It is very important for students to have a calculator with them every single day!

All of the notes, lesson videos, and assignments will be posted to our Google Classroom site.  There will also be a calendar for each chapter on the site.  

Materials needed:
A three ring binder (or folder)-students receive many note sheets and worksheets so I recommend a three ring binder to keep materials organized.
Loose leaf paper (or a notebook)
Writing utensils

I look forward to working with you!  Please email me with any questions.

Sue Katzke


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