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# Brian Oakes

### Mr. Oakes's Web Page

My name is Mr. Oakes. I have been teaching at the Wheelersburg Local Schools for 18 years. I taught my first 9 years in the junior high and I am currently completing my 9th year at the high school. I teach the following subjects: Algebra II, Advanced Math, and AP Calculus. I believe all students can be good math students as long as they are willing to work! So with that being said, I welcome you to my classes.

### Daily Schedule

Period | Class | Time |

1st | Advanced Math | 7:45-8:40 |

2nd | Algebra II | 8:44-9:35 |

3rd | Ap Calculus | 9:39-10:30 |

4th | Algebra II | 10:34-11:25 |

5th | Advanced Math | 11:29-12:19 |

6th | Prep | 12:54-1:46 |

7th | Algebra II | 1:50-2:45 |

### Supply Lists

Algebra 2: paper, pencils, three ring binder for organization, scientific calculator (texas Instruments are encouraged)

Advanced Math: paper, pencils, three ring binder for organization, ruler, scientific or graphing calculator

If purchasing a scientific calculator, then purchasing a Texas Instruments is encouraged.

If purchasing a graphing calculator, then get a TI 83 or TI 84

AP Calculus: paper, pencils, three ring binder for organization, graphing calculator is mandatory

A TI 83 or TI 84 is the brand to purchase. I use a TI 83 on my smart board. It is the general accepted brand for

most math teachers and professors and it is the easiest to use.

**If you buy a Casio brand, then you will be****on your own to learn how to use them. Texas Instruments are what I’m most familiar with.**

Note: These graphing calculators are around $100. If you can’t afford one, then see me during the first week of school and we can work something out.