Mr. Bob Luke

Phone: 919-934-5191 ext. 5152

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

BS Math Ed. Certified to teach 6-12 AIG Certification K-12

Mr. Bob Luke

Hello,

What an unusual year!

Join me as we begin this adventure we call remote learning.

Honors Math 2: use 5n5smxf

Math 2: use rkefzjr

 

 Stay safe and make good choices.

 

I am a proud graduate of NC State ! GO PACK! 

 

I teach the best subject offered in our school (yes it is Math) I enjoy seeing my students learn new concepts and growing in knowledge. I set high standards for my students and expect the best from them. I also strive to give them my best on a daily basis. 

 

"Don't give up. Don't ever give up." Jim Valvano

  • Block 1: Honors Math 2

     

    Block 2: Honors Math 2

     

    Block 3: Planning

     

    Block 4: Math 2

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