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Hello.  My name is Chris Wright and I have been a high school math teacher at Central Lyon since 2000.  I teach Pre-Algebra, Basic Geometry, Algebra II, Calculus, and AP Calculus.  I coach boys' golf and 8th grade volleyball.   When I am not teaching or coaching, I like to golf, travel, attend athletic . . .

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Breakout Boxes

I was able to add Breakout boxes to my classroom this year due to a Lion Grant provided by the Central Lyon Foundation.  Breakout boxes are similar to a panic room experience.  There are multiple locks that are attached to the . . .

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SSDC at NASA

We had two students that participated in the Space Settlement Design Competition and Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas.  Four students were going to participate but unfortunately two got sick the night before we left.  So, . . .

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Cookies for Trivia

Every year, the student council provides a little bit of entertainment on the last day of school before winter break.  Each period, they ask a trivia question the relates to the holiday season.  The classrooms win a prize if . . .

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DGR Visit

During the second week of October, senior math and science students made a trip to DGR to explore the fields of engineering and land surveying.  This is an annual event that the students really enjoy.  DGR has an engineer from each . . .

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Math ACT

Starting second semester, I am offering a math ACT prep class during our DEAR time at the end of the day.  This will give students a good overview of what types of questions will be asked on the ACT.  We will also talk about . . .

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AP Calculus Reading

Last summer, I was invited to take part in the AP Calculus reading (grading) in Kansas City, Missouri.  For seven days straight, myself along with over 800 other high school teachers and college professors graded over 400,000 AP Calculus . . .

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