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    Daryl L. Kraemer
    10th grade Geometry 
    Odessa High School 
     
          I am a 2008 graduate of the University of Texas of the Permian Basin, where I earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics with a minor in Business Administration.  I was certified to teach through the UTPB education program.  My teacher certifications are for fourth through twelfth grade math.  I also hold an Associate degree in Business Administration from Midland College and have taken a number of classes at Odessa College.  I come from the business community where I have over thirty years of management experience. 

          My wife, Jeanie, and I grew up in Odessa and were married in 1973.  We have one daughter, Christy, who graduated from Texas Tech with our son-in-law, Daniel Jackson.  
     

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    I am excited to be teaching Geometry and am looking forward to working with each of my students this year .

    Unfortunately, I am not
    a wizard.

    The magic is in each student's effort.  It takes discipline, practice and persistence.  This is how a student learns and masters the material. 
     
    If the student is willing to make the effort,
    I am here to help make that magic happen. 

    Algebra is the basis for all math courses. 
    All math utilizes and is dependent on the Algebraic rules.  
    I often say in class, "It never goes away."



    My schedule is as follows:

    1st period ~ 8:35-9:25 ~ Geometry
    2nd period ~ 9:30-10:20 ~ Geometry
    3rd period ~ 10:25-11:15 ~ Lunch
    4th period ~ 11:20-12:10 ~ Geometry
    5th period ~ 12:15-1:05 ~ Conference
    6th period ~ 1:10-2:00 ~ Geometry
    7th period ~ 2:05-2:35 ~ Launch
    8th period ~ 2:40-3:30 ~ Geometry
    9th period ~ 3:35-4:25 Geometry

     

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    CONTACT INFORMATION
     
         I encourage students and parents to contact me with any questions or concerns.  The more we work together, the better the chances are of being successful.  E-mail is the most direct and efficient way to contact me.  You can request that I contact you by phone in any e-mail.  
     
     

          You can call 432-456-0029, the main campus number.  They will take a message and forward it to me.  I will return your call within 24 hours, generally the same day after school.  Calls are not forwarded to my room. 

     
     

     


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Last Modified on September 11, 2018