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Topic: Calculator Policy
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Servant, Melissa

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RE: Calculator Policy
Posted: Aug 4, 2011 8:42 AM
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We have classroom sets for Integrated Algebra Part 1 & 2, Applied Geometry, Geometry, Math Essentials, College Algebra/PreCalc & Elementary Stats

We pass out calculators (like textbooks) for Integrated Algebra, Algebra 2/Trig, Calc

Melissa Servant
Math Teacher
Synthesis Advisor
Wallkill Senior High School
mservant@wallkillcsd.k12.ny.us <mailto:mservant@wallkillcsd.k12.ny.us>
845-895-7150 ext 8496
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From: owner-nyshsmath@mathforum.org on behalf of Ann Murray
Sent: Wed 8/3/2011 6:06 PM
To: nyshsmath@mathforum.org
Subject: Calculator Policy


We are moving from a block schedule to an 8 period day because of the elimination of the January Regents exams.

And this has produced a serious calculator shortage, among other issues.

I'm requesting the purchase of more, but the administration would like to know how other schools handle the distribution of calculators. Currently, we have class sets for Integrated Algebra and Geometry students, but issue calculators (like textbooks) for Algebra II/Trig, PreCalculus and Calculus.

Would you take a minute and describe how you distribute calculators - or do you require students to purchase their own?

Thanks so much.

Ann Murray
Dover High School
Eastern Dutchess County







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