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Keith Aynes

Keith Aynes

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 Welcome to one of the most exciting things in my life, which is the start of a new school year. The fresh faces, excitement and even apprehension is the fuel that drives me. The start of a new school year adds freshness to our lives and the hope of the new beginning is refreshing.  

 This will be my 21st year teaching and my 5th at Canyon Ridge. I have been with Mustang Public Schools now 17 years. I am happily married and have two boys. My wife Dede and I have been married for nearly 24 years. My boy's names are Brayden and Devin. Brayden is 16 and Devin is 15. Brayden and Devin both attend Mustang High School.  We love spending time snow skiing, riding ATV's in the mountains and vacations at the beach. 
 I served five years in the United States Marine Corps from 1987-1992. I worked on helicopter ordinance systems and traveled the world spending over 15 months on a ship. I think it is important to connect some of my experiences to curriculum that students have in school. It has more meaning to them, if they hear it from someone as close as a teacher. 
Feel free to contact me anytime.
My contact information is below
Keith Aynes


Remind:  @2ka444c  





Teacher- Mr. Aynes                              Room#-B-2
Welcome to 5TH grade Math. I am very excited about this school year. I have many exciting lessons planned for your student designed to engage and enrich their learning. I hope that we have a rewarding and successful yer. 
Please take the time to read through all of the information below. I will also post this information on my website so you are able to easily access it if neede. 
Whole Numbers
Decimals and Percents
Data and Probability
Problem solving
Everyday Math Journal Workbook- Your student will be working in a Journal workbook daily during math instruction. This book will not come home with your student. Should this book come home, please send it back the very next day!
Homework- Students will have homework 1-2 times each week. Homework will be assigned during class and due the next school day. Homework will be an extension of the lesson taught that day or the previous day. Unfinished classwork will also be sent home for homework. 
Grading Procedures & Evaluation_
             Grading Scale:
                          A= 90-100
                          B= 80-89
                          F=59 & below
              Quizzes are worth 1 grade. 
              Tests are worth 2 grades.
              Extra Credit and Bonus points will be given periodically during the course of each unit. 
              All work must be in student's handwriting. If you have any questions, contact teacher.  
          Late work:
                           One day late up to 80%
                           One week late up to 70%
                           After one week late 0%. (Opportunity to complete at Last Chance Study Hall during school wide intramural activities at the end of the nine weeks. 
Redo Assignments: Assignments and Quizzes 70% or below will be marked with a CAR (Correct And Return)  near the grade. Redo assignments must be completed and turned in one week after the day it was given back. I will average the two grades together for a final grade. If the assignment is never returned the student will receive the original score in the gradebook. Additional help on assign- ments will be available at student's request. 
*** Before every test we will complete
 a Study Guide in class and your student will have time to study at home as well. Test can be retook if a student scores below 70%. A study guide will be given and student will take test during Second Chance time in the library. 
 If you ever have any questions, please feel free to ask. The easiest way to contact me is through
e-mail, but don't hesitate to call if you feel the need. I am looking forward to working with your
student this year!
                                                                                   Thank you, 
                                                                                   Mr. Aynes