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West Campus
P: 303.691.2384
F: 303.226.5529

East Campus
P: 303.338.4110
F: 303.338.4129

Locations

West Campus
801 Yosemite St.
Denver, CO 80230

East Campus
17101 East Ohio Dr.
Aurora, CO 80017

Ms. Hull

In-Person Learning and Contact

Happy October and welcome to Mrs. Hull's Math Team! I am still thrilled to be working with you and your student this year (finally in person)! Every month, I will be sending an updated newsletter with important dates and deadlines. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me at: bhull@vanguardclassical.org.


Contact Mrs. Hull:

  • Email: bhull@vanguardclassical.org
  • Website: https://www.vanguardclassical.org/class/ms-hull
  • Phone: (303) 338-4110

October Advisory Newsletter

     

Core Virtue of the Month

The Core Virtue for November is:
STEWARDSHIP
Traditionally, in November, our thoughts turn to those things for which we are grateful--our family, our jobs, our health, our pets, etc.--because of the national holiday of Thanksgiving. Many of these things we show gratitude toward are things which have been given to us or entrusted to us. This month we will be focusing on the virtue of STEWARDSHIP. Stewardship is caring well for the gifts given us – our life, our world, our talents, and those entrusted to our care. For many children this celebration is a natural and welcomed exercise—a time to reflect on what they like best about their lives. All too many children, however, grow up in homes or neighborhoods where goodness is not easily visible. To that end, literature can be an important vehicle of hope—an opportunity for us to lift their hearts and thoughts to much of what is positive in the world. We gain literary inspiration from real-life stewards, and many stewards of the earth and the environment are spotlighted below.  But children should also be encouraged to reflect on personal stewardship:  do I care well for my body? my brothers and sisters? my toys? the home my parents have created for us? our classroom? my classmates? the playground equipment I use? the parks I visit?  "If you take care of the small things," Emily Dickinson reminded us, "the big things will take care of themselves." This month, demonstrate gratitude in your classroom and help your students recognize that they are stewards over many good things in their lives. Learning to have a grateful heart and be a good steward are skills that can change attitudes, behaviors and can foster great internal strength. If nothing else, they are stewards of themselves. They can determine their own actions. In the words of William Ernst Henley, "I am the master of my fate. I am the captain of my soul."

Course Syllabi

               

Curriculum Maps: Where are we going?

                

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MATH FOUNDATIONS

Quarter 2: Fractions, Decimals, and Percents
Multiplying and Dividing Fractions; Converting Fractions into Decimals and Percents;
Converting Decimals into Fractions and Percents; Converting Percents into Fractions and Decimals

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PRE-ALGEBRA
Quarter 2: Algebraic Expressions

Algebraic Expressions; Algebraic Vocabulary; One-Step Equations; Two-Step Equations;
One-Step Inequalities, Two-Step Inequalities; The Number Line

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ALGEBRA I
Quarter 1: Equations and Inequalities

Algebraic Expressions; Algebraic Vocabulary; One-Step Equations; Two-Step Equations;
One-Step Inequalities, Two-Step Inequalities; The Number Line

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ALGEBRA II
Quarter 1: Solving Expressions, Equations, and Inequalities

Introduction to Algebra II; Solving Expressions, Equations, and Inequalities;
Functions, Equations, and Graphs; Linear Systems

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Secondary Math

Ms. Hull

My name is Brittany Hull, and I am a Secondary Math Teacher at Vanguard Classical School: East Campus. I earned a B.A. in Architecture and Urbanism from Smith College. Additionally, I earned an M.Ed. in Educational Leadership from Lipscomb University and an M.S. in Historic Preservation from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. A Teach For America alumna, I have been teaching and mentoring students for nearly a decade. Prior to joining Vanguard, I helped hundreds of students succeed in math and prepare for college and beyond, specializing in ACT, SAT, and GRE Preparation. A life-long learner, I continue my education in Architecture by speaking at national conferences and publishing academic articles. I love painting, crafting, drawing, and using my architectural knowledge to build projects. I spend my free time with my husband and our toddler daughter, Addison!

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