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Meet Mrs. Schreiber

Mrs. Schreiber is a graduate of two schools in our diocese, St. Mary’s Catholic School in Oak Ridge and Knoxville Catholic High School. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Pre-teaching Math and Science with a Minor in Education and a Master of Science in Teacher Education with a Concentration in Math and Science from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Mrs. Schreiber previously taught at St. Mary’s Catholic School for 14 years before coming to St. John Neumann Catholic School last year. She left St. Mary’s in March of 2017 after she and her husband welcomed their first child, a son named Keaton. She firmly believes the Holy Spirit guided her to St. John Neumann as He answered her prayers and dreams to teach middle school math, the subject she loves most. She absolutely loved teaching at St. John Neumann last year and feels blessed to return to this loving, supportive, and faith-filled community again this year. She and her husband, Bryan, have been parishioners at St. John Neumann for a few years and have grown to love the parish life. They have been married for eight years and live in West Knoxville with their son and very spoiled Maltipoo, Ellie. Mrs. Schreiber feels blessed that her mother so lovingly spoils Keaton and Ellie while she teaches every day. In her spare time, Mrs. Schreiber enjoys running, baking, gardening, painting cottage furniture, decorating her house for each season, and spending time with her family.

What We're Learning This Year

The Pre-Algebra course is designed to provide formal development of the algebraic skills and concepts necessary for students to succeed in Algebra 1. The program will provide for the use of algebraic skills in a wide range of problem-solving situations and will include the use of technology in a Math Lab. Graphing calculator skills will be taught and used extensively in this course. The framework for the curriculum that will be taught is defined by the Diocese of Knoxville and State of Tennessee Curriculum Standards. Concepts will include (1) Variables, Expressions, and Integers, (2) Solving Equations, (3) Multi-Step Equations and Inequalities, (4) Factors, Fractions, and Exponents, (5) Rational Numbers and Equations, (6) Ratio, Proportion, and Probability, (7) Percents, (8) Linear Functions, (9) Real Numbers and Right Triangles, (10) Measurement, Area, and Volume, (11) Data Analysis and Probability, and (12) Angle Relationships and Transformations.

The Algebra 1 course is designed to provide formal development of the algebraic skills and concepts necessary for students to succeed in advanced courses. The program will provide for the use of algebraic skills in a wide range of problem-solving situations and will include the use of technology in a Math Lab. Graphing calculator skills will be taught and used extensively in this course. The framework for the curriculum that will be taught is defined by the Diocese of Knoxville and State of Tennessee Curriculum Standards. Concepts will include (1) Foundations for Algebra, (2) Equations, (3) Inequalities, (4) Functions, (5) Linear Functions, (6) Systems of Equations and Inequalities, (7) Exponents and Polynomials, (8) Factoring Polynomials, (9) Quadratic Functions and Equations, (10) Data Analysis and Probability, (11) Exponential and Radical Functions, and (12) Rational Functions and Equations.

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