Math Department StaffTop of Page

Algebra 2, Statistics (Sports), Algebra 1-LEP Math Dept. Chair
 
Calculus AB, Algebra 1
 
Algebra 2, Geometry
 
Mr. H. Cuevas  40621
Algebra 1, Algebra Readiness
 
Ms. S. Finander 40805 and 40610     
BC Calculus, AP Physics
 
Mr. J. Gelb  40523
Enriched Geometry, AB Calculus, Algebra 1
 
Intro to Engineering Design, Geometry
 
Algebra I, AP Statistics, Statistics (Sports)
 
AVID, Algebra I, Algebra 2/Trig
 
Mr. S. Malouf  40624
Geometry, Integrated Math
 
Mr. M. Moses 40307 
Acad Geometry, Acad Algebra 2, Algebra Support
 
PreCalculus, Algebra 2, Algebra 1
 
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Algebra 2/Trig
 
Algebra Readiness, Algebra 2
 
Geometry, Intro to Computer Science
 
Mr. D. Shannon 40903 and 41003 
  Algebra I, Principles of Engineering Design, Career Tech III (Sustainable Design), Water Liquid Gold
 
  Enriched Geometry, Algebra 1
 
Ms. C. Wachtler 40622 
  Geometry LEP
 

Mathematics Teachers 2018-19Top of Page

Math Department

Math Pathways at WoodsideTop of Page

Math Pathways
 

Advanced Math PathwaysTop of Page

Woodside takes pride in its advanced mathematics course offerings, including three Advanced Placement courses and four college courses taught on the Woodside campus though the auspices of Canada College that are fully transferable to the University of California and Cal State systems. Detailed course descriptions and prerequisites in the section below.

Basic Progression of Math Courses at WHSTop of Page

Basic progression of Math courses at Woodside HighSchool

Math Department Grading Policy and Exam RetakesTop of Page

The math department uses its own grading scale in each of its courses. Please see the link below for the breakdown of each grade. 
 
The math department also has a department-wide policy that allows students to retake an exam so long as the meet specific criteria. For more information on this, please follow the same link. 
 
 
 

After School Tutoring in MathTop of Page

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Other Tutoring OptionsTop of Page

Need help in your math class? Here are some tutoring options.

  1. Your best source is your own teacher. Stop in during brunch, lunch, or posted office hours, or schedule an appointment. Teachers want to help you learn, but you must seek them out!
  2. There is an after school math specific tutoring program on campus, 3:15-4:30 pm. For details, see above, or check the posted flyers around campus. Math teachers on duty!
  3. Consider a fellow-student as a peer tutor. Ask your counselor for names. Your fellow students often tutor for community service credits and if they do charge, the fees are typically nominal.
  4. If you are an AVID/MESA student you have a tutoring structure in place in your program!
  5. Perhaps a one-on-one situation works best for you. The counseling office maintains a list of private tutors.
 
 
 

Contact the Math Department ChairTop of Page

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