Mrs. Catina Hayes

Phone: 919-553-4064

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

BS - Computer and Mathematical Sciences MEd - Masters of Math Education

Mrs. Catina Hayes

Mrs. Hayes is a Math Teacher at Clayton High School.  She also serves as the Senior Class Coordinator.

 

Mrs. Hayes is a graduate of Meredith College (BS) and Campbell University (MEd).

 

Mrs. Hayes enjoys reading, baseball and spending time with family.  

 

 

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    Fall 2020

    1st Block: Planning (MAT 171)

    2nd Block: Honors Math 3

    3rd Block: Honors Math 3

    4th Block: Honors Precalculus

     

    Spring 2021

    1st Block: Honors Precalculus

    2nd Block: Honors Math 3

    3rd Block: Planning

    4th Block: Honors Math 3

     

     

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