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Mr. Kyle Barrett » Pre-Algebra

Pre-Algebra

Hello!  Welcome to the 7th grade Pre-Algebra web page. I want you to know about a new curriculum we are going to be using this year.  The curriculum is called Open-Up Resources (the highest-rated math program on EdReportsand one of the many things that is great about it is that you will have access to almost everything we do each day.  So, if you miss a day or are feeling like you don't have a concept mastered just yet, you don't need to rifle through old assignments or hope that Google has something that can help.  You can just click on the "Open-Up Resources" link on the right column of this page to pull up the assignment!
(Psss, in the tabs to the right you find helpful information about homework and some cool resources to help you get smarter!)
A little about me...
 
This is third year teaching at Martin City middle school as the 7th grade math educator.
 
I am originally from Sacramento, California.  I moved to the Kansas City area 10 years ago.  Once a year, my family and I go to California to spend time with family, hike in the mountains, and go camping.
 
I earned my Bachelor's of Science in Middle School Education, specializing in Math and Science from the University of Missouri, Kansas City. When I am not at work, you may find me at a coffee shop reading or the Kansas City Zoo with my family. I am so excited to be your teacher and be a part of your success learning this year!