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Jason Kimmel

Jason Kimmel, Algebra 2

Jason Kimmel 
Room J109
1st Hour: Plan
2nd Hour: Algebra 2
3rd Hour: Algebra 2
4th Hour: Algebra 2
3rd Lunch 
5th Hour: Pre-ap Algebra 2
6th Hour: Credit Recovery (G112)
7th Hour: Pre-ap Algebra 2 


I was born and raised in southwest OKC and Moore and went to Westmoore High School.  I went to OU for 6 years to study Mechanical Engineering and Electrical/biomedical Engineering.  In 2013 I took a job in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma for FlightSafety International where I programmed navigation software for flight simulators.  I worked there for three and a half years and in January 2017 I decided that I wanted to be an educator and not an engineer anymore.  I am working on my master's degree through the  University of Phoenix online program currently.  I am very happy to be working for such an awesome district in an awesome city with such awesome people.  Before long I'll probably forget I ever was a Jaguar or even a Sooner, and I'll just be a Bronco. 

Why Education?

As my parents could tell you, I have said from an early age that I wanted to be a teacher.  I have always enjoyed helping others learn in many ways.  Coaching basketball while I was in high school was my first real experience of this. Being able to see my team get better as the season moved along made everything worth it.

Algebra 2 Syllabus

Algebra II Course Syllabus                                       Phone: 405-488-7697

Mr. Jason Kimmel – J-109                                       E-mail:



This class introduces and develops the concepts of quadratic relations and functions, polynomial functions, radical functions, rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, and conic sections.  There is an emphasis on graphing, the understanding of translations, and locating important parts of graphs.  Students will understand and communicate models in four ways – graphically, algebraically, numerically, and verbally.  We will explore arithmetic and geometric sequences and series, matrices, probability, and statistics.  Computations in this class require mastery of Algebra I skills.  


Required daily:  A positive attitude, a spiral notebook or 3 ring binder, and a pencil. A  of a scientific calculator is suggested but not required for this class (such as a TI-30XS Multiview).  Some calculators are prohibited in this class; see the ACT list of prohibited calculators:


30% - Concept checks based on suggested homework assignments, Class Activities      

70% - Quizzes, Tests, Semester Exam


I expect the rules in the handbook to be followed at all times.  These rules are here to provide an environment conducive to learning.  Any discipline actions required in the handbook will be given.  I have only three classroom policies and they sum up the entire handbook.

1.    Be respectful – to yourself, to others, and to the learning environment.

2.    Be prepared – each day with your assignments, supplies, and positive attitude.

3.    Be prompt – Come to class daily.  All personal business should be taken care of before class. 3 tardies = 1 absence and a referral for 3 detentions ?


Recommended problems will be given it is up to the student to complete. Concept checks will be given every 2-3 days based on the recommended problems.  It is the students responsibility to complete and comprehend the recommended problems so they can do well on the graded concept checks. 


Quizzes will be used to make a quick assessment of your knowledge.  Tests are cumulative and have both multiple-choice and show your work type questions.  Take good notes!  Complete your assignments in a timely manner. If you are absent, arrange to get a copy of someone’s notes. 

SEMESTER TESTS These tests are cumulative - they will cover everything up to the test.  To be successful, study your notes and correct your old tests/quizzes.  Take advantage of tutoring throughout the entire semester rather than trying to cram at the end!  

LATE WORK –At the discretion of the teacher.

The teacher reserves the right to change the syllabus at any time if necessary.

Pre-ap Syllabus

Pre-AP Algebra 2                                                                        Mr. Kimmel

Course Syllabus                                                               



Contact Information: Planning Period:          Kimmel- 1st hour (8:40-9:30)

                                    E-mail address:  


Classroom Expectations:        Be respectful

                                                Be responsible


Grading Scale:              A=90-100                               Grading Policy:     70% Assessments (tests, quizzes, projects)         

                                    B=80-89                                                              30% Homework                                                                                                       C=70-79                                                                                                                                                                                  D=60-69                                                                                                                                                                                  F=59 and below                                                           

Homework:              Homework will be assigned most days and will be due periodically.  Students will have work ready at the beginning of the designated class period.  An appropriate amount of work is expected to be shown for all homework.

Late Work:              Late work will have 20% taken off the final grade.  Late work will be accepted at the discretion of the teacher.  A student may also turn in homework for which they received a failing grade on, for a late grade.

Cheating:                If you are caught cheating on an assignment, quiz, or test, you will receive a zero.  If you use someone else’s homework, you and the other person will receive zeros.

Attendance:             Three tardies will equal one absence.  If you are absent, it is your responsibility to find out what you missed.  Only twelve absences are allowed in a class per semester.  If you have more than twelve absences, then you will not receive credit for that semester.

Supplies:                  Necessary: Lined one subject spiral notebook (you will need at least 2)

Optional: Calculator- TI-84 recommended (TI-89’s and TI-Nspire CX CAS are not allowed), College ruled paper, Graph paper, Crayola fine line markers, Crayola colored pencils

Parent info:              Parent Portal is available for you to access your student’s information including grades.  Contact the main office (376-2404) for more information.