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Who Can I Get Help From?

Fall 2018

Math 1:  

  • Mrs. Eiter; room 807
  • Mrs. Gwin; room 809
  • Mrs. Lewis; room 801
  • Mr. Ottoson; room 808
  • Mr. Tyson; room 805

Math 2:

  • Mrs. Eyton; room 804
  • Mrs. Hoden; room 804
  • Mr. Willman; room 801

Math 3:

  • Mrs. Ayala; room 705
  • Mr. Conley; room 709
  • Mrs. Mariscal; room 802
  • Mrs. Straub; room 803

Financial Algebra:

  • Mrs. Eyton; room 804
  • Ms. Wetmore; room 806

Math Analysis:

  • Mrs. Ayala; room 705
  • Mrs. Gwin; room 809


  • Mrs. Gwin; room 809


  • Mrs. Straub; room 803

Math Tutoring

Tutoring is NOT 1-on-1. The teacher is available to help a group of students at a time, so individualized attention for the entire tutoring session is unrealistic. If you are looking for 1-on-1 help, you should sign up to possibly be matched with a Peer Tutor.

Tutoring Options

The teachers in the Mathematics Department try to frequently be available to assist students in math - before school, at lunch, and after school.  Be sure to check with your individual teacher to see what opportunities they offer.