Wednesday was an interesting day at WEST for a few of us. There was no power in one of our classrooms, so some math classes met in rooms some of us didn’t even know existed. I’m going to blame this for my forgetting to collect everyone’s tickets! We’ll try again next week!

Pi Day is March 14. Celebrate! A Google search will give you more ideas than anyone needs. Be creative, **document** your celebration, and get **extra credit**!

Math for the Middle Grades – homework 25 and lessons 76-78.

Math 76 – If you haven’t done test 17 yet, it has become optional. For next week do the following: Test 18. Lessons 99, 101-103, practice and odds. For lesson 100, complete the project described in the book, or any other project that demonstrated the relationship between diameter and circumference of a circle. Turn in documentation of your project.

Algebra 1/2 – Lessons 104-107.

Algebra 1 – Lessons 100-102 and test 22. We have also started working with the quadratic formula in class.

Algebra 2 – Lessons 104-107. Remember to look up “British Factoring Method” if you need help factoring trinomials with a non-unity lead coefficient.

Personal Finance – Your homework has been emailed.