Mr. Michael Mattocks

Phone: 919-553-4064


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Mr. Michael Mattocks

Welcome back to CHS Fall 2020!




My name is Michael Mattocks. I am the Assistant Band Director and I teach Foundations of Math 1. I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 2018 and began teaching at Clayton High School the same year. I have taught Concert Band, Discrete Math, Essentials of College Math, Advanced Functions and Modeling, and Foundations of Math 1. 





  • Schedule - Fall 2020

    1st Block: Concert Band (Google Classroom Code: 6sx2j6h)

    2nd Block: Foundations of Math 1 (Google Classroom Code: t5fxs7y)

    3rd Block: Foundations of Math 1 (Google Classroom Code: t5fxs7y)

    4th Block: Planning


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