• Mr. Kerr

    Mr. Kerr
    This is my fifth year at Potomac Falls High School after working with a variety of schools in Tucson, Arizona. I earned my BS in Mathematics with an emphasis in Education from the University of Arizona. I am currently working on earning an MS in Mathematics and could not be more excited to start another year!
     
    COVID-19 Closing Info: Below is some important information for how to proceed during the current school closing.
    Where can I find important course information? For all classes, Google Classroom should be your first stop to determine what work has been assigned. There are many outside resources that will be used in addition to this, but all links can be found in Google Classroom.
    When are Mr. Kerr's office hours? 10-11 AM every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
    When are our synchronous lessons? Every Friday following the schedule below--meetings will vary in length, lasting up to 30 minutes. Students may attend either session if multiple sessions are available for their course. Links to synchronous sessions will be posted 5-10 minutes prior to the start of the session.
     
    Calculus
    10:45 AM or 3:00 PM
     
    Computer Math
    10:00 AM or 2:15 PM
     
    AP Computer Science
    12:45PM
     
    What does the gradebook mean right now? The quarter 4 grades posted in StudentVUE/ParentVUE are strictly for parents and students to monitor student progress and will not be used for final grade determination.
    What about this grade bump that the school board keeps talking about? Student grade increases will be extremely limited and assessed on a case by case basis. If a student believes that they have done work that justifies a bump in grade, the student should email Mr. Kerr to discuss the option in more detail.
     
    Phone: (571) 434-3200
    Twitter: @KerrMath
     
    Course Materials: Course content will be posted in Google Classroom and OneNote. Instructions for access will be provided in class.
     
    At Potomac Falls, we value building relationships, working hard, and making connections to ensure students are life, college, and career ready.
Last Modified on May 5, 2020