Mr. Worley

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Degrees and Certifications:

B.S. Mathematics Education, Purdue University Kenan Fellow 2017

Mr. Worley

I'm a husband, father (of 5), and grandfather (of 4) who also happens to be very passionate about helping students appreciate the beauty, complexity, and relevance of mathematics.  It is my deeply held belief that all people can DO mathematics - there is no "math gene"!

FAMILY:     Wife Debra, sons Will, Zach, Andrew, and Adam, and daughter Franki.  And 4 grandchildren!

EDUCATION:     B.S. in Math Education from Purdue University; M.S. in Mathematics and Math Education at ECU (in progress)

INTERESTS:     Sports, reading, writing, cooking, traveling, music

FAVORITES:    

Food - Pizza

Sports Team - Pittsburgh Steelers, Purdue Boilermakers

Music - Alt. Rock (Foo Fighters, Breaking Benjamin, Muse, 3EB, SoaD, etc)

Books - Stephen King, Tom Clancy, Dean Koontz, Stephen Donaldson, many others

FACTS of (possible) INTEREST:

- I served 5 years in the U.S. Army

- I've lived in Germany for about 5 years of my life

- I've at least passed through 33 of the 50 states

 

 

 


  • WELCOME BACK!

    Even if it's currently online and virtual, I'm so glad to be working with students again!

     

    The Covid-19 pandemic may still be with us, and we might be working virtually from home, but we have an exciting semester ahead of us in Honors Math 3!

     

    I see familiar names on our rosters and I see new names on our roster.  Regardless of whether or not you've done Math with Mr. Worley before, you can know that my greatest desire is to do everything possible to not only help you SUCCEED in our class, but to convince you that MATH is pretty AWESOME!


  • SCHEDULE for FALL SEMESTER

     

    All of you have been assigned to either Block 1, 3, or 4.  But we're not meeting face to face right now!  So...

     

    Our Current Daily Schedule:

    7:00 AM   Daily Check-In posted in your Google Classroom  (complete by 4:30 pm)

    9:00 AM   Daily Video Lesson is posted in your Google Classroom

                   Daily Assignment is posted in your Google Classroom

    11:00 AM   Live Teaching Session 1 takes place through Google Meet

    12:00 PM   Office Hours

    3:30 PM     Live Teaching Session 2 takes place through Google Meet

    4:30 PM     Office Hours           

     

    CONTACT ME:

    If you or your parents need to contact me, the easiest way is through my school email.

    Email me at billworley@johnston.k12.nc.us.

    You can also leave a phone message for me by calling the school front office at 919-464-2314    

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