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S.H.S. offering help in math
February 11, 2022
After returning from winter break, starting the year with a positive attitude is important. The new semester comes with new opportunities and goals for the rest of the school year. This year we all have the chance to improve our grades to finish the school year successfully.
Math tends to be one of the hardest subjects for students, but it’s a needed skill in everyday life. If you have trouble with math homework and are struggling to understand the material, S.H.S. is providing extra help to students with their math classes. For students that were quarantined, who had a hard time learning at home, they should take advantage of this opportunity to get their grades up.
Math teacher Mark Jackson has always encouraged students to stay on top of the homework for math classes in order to maintain good grades. Jackson shares, “The best way to make sure that you don’t fail a math class is to make sure you are getting all your homework done. I always like to say that homework is like practicing for a sport or musical. If someone is unable to complete the homework because they are unsure how, they should seek out extra help from a teacher either before school, after school, or during the tutoring time.”
Every math teacher here at Sterling High School is willing to help their students in their free time, so that no one falls behind in their homework and grades. Moreover, S.H.S. is offering tutoring for students who need extra help with math.
Tutoring will be Monday-Thursday from 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. in Classroom #2 of the S.H.S. Library.