• Tricia Smith, Math

    Mrs. Tricia Smith

    Mrs. Tricia Smith, Math Educator & PBL

    Welcome! Mrs. Smith holds a bachelors degree with a major in Mathematics and a minor in Elementary Education NK-8 from Longwood University. She began teaching in Loudoun County almost 20 years ago where she taught Middle School Math for many years before having her four children. After a long break from full time teaching Mrs. Smith returned to the classroom a year and a half ago where she served as a SPED TA at Harmony. She is looking forward to a fantastic year as she returns to the classroom as a full time math teacher. This year she is teaching Algebra I & Math 7.

    Mrs. Smith is no stranger to Harmony as three of her four children are alumni. Currently she lives in Round Hill with her husband, 19 year old son, two daughters, 17 and 15 and her youngest son that is 9. She enjoys being outside, gardening, and going for long walks.

    "Education is not the learning of facts but the training of our minds to think." - Albert Einstein

    Staying Informed

    I post my assignments in Google Classroom. The calendar is available below.

    Parents, you can receive Guardian Summaries from Classroom about your child's progress. If you have not received an invitation from me within the first full week of school with your child's name and mine on it, please email me (insert email link here).

    Grades are posted in Phoenix, which you can access through ParentVue


    Block 1 - Mega Rm./PBL Block 5 - Planning

    Block 2 - Mega Rm./PBL Block 6 - Math 7/Mega Rm.

    Semester 2 Resource/FAC's Block 7 - Algebra I

    Block 3 - Mega Rm./PBL Block 8 - Algebra I

    Block 4 - Planning

    Did you forget when an assignment was due? Check here.

    Parents and Students, you can sync my classroom calendar to the one on your phones or other personal device. Please email me the calendar information that you would like me to share. I would be happy to share!

    Here are handouts, study guides, and directions for projects. This folder would be set as Public so students and parents can access what is in there without signing in.

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