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Contact

Room:        

206

Phone:      

415-469-4535 ext. 3206

E-mail:      

abernethyR@sfusd.edu

Text Messages:  

Student: use Remind
Parents: use Class Dojo 

Weekly Announcements:

Ms. Abernethy's Math Class

CLASSROOM WISH LIST

Our class needs supplies to do the many activities planned for the year. Please donate what you can!

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White copy paper

Rolls of toilet paper

Kleenex

Paper towels

Lysol Wipes

Expo Whiteboard Markers

 

 

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WELCOME

WELCOME

Welcome to my School Loop website.  On School Loop students can get updates about their grades.

MATH CLASS WEBSITE

For weekly Announcements,  FAQ's, and other Class Information, please go to the MATH CLASS WEBSITE.

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Parents

Please feel free to e-mail me on School Loop OR at abernethyr@sfusd.edu OR message me through Class Dojo if you have any questions or comments 

Students

Please feel free to e-mail me on School Loop OR at abernethyr@sfusd.edu OR message me through Remind if you have any questions or comments 

BACKGROUND


This year will be my 15th year teaching math and my second year teaching in the San Francisco Unified School District.
I will be teaching 7th and 8th grade math at Denman.
 
I loved teaching in Oakland for 13 years. I taught for 10 years at Oakland High School.  While there, I work closely
with the OHS Environmental Science Academy. Prior to teaching high school, I taught 6th, 7th, and 8th math grade
for three years in Oakland.
 
I have a BA in Pure Math from the University of California at Berkeley. While at Cal, I led a statistics workshop for
the football team through the Athletic Department's Study Center (Go Bears).  I also took time off to study and teach dance at the Ailey School in NY, NY.

Before teaching, I worked in finance at Barclays Global Investors in SF, CA (which has been acquired by Black Rock).
I became inspired to teach after 911 and obtained my teaching credential from California State University East Bay.
 
I teach because I enjoy working with young people. I would like to give them access to the same opportunities I had
when I was growing up and prepare them well for an increasingly competitive world. I want to help raise expectations
and standards for my students who I think are smart, amazing and capable of doing anything!