CASA and all Pennsylvania schools will be closed for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year, by order of Govenor Wolf, due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. In the meantime, CASA students will be required to participate in at-home instruction and school work. See the schedule, sent home to all CASA guardians and students via email, to determine when your classes will meet for live Zoom meetings with your regular classroom teacher.
Students in Mrs. Dickerson's math classes should find their class's Zoom Meeting ID numbers in their Google Classroom. If you cannot find the ID number or cannot access Google Classroom, please email Mrs. Dickerson.
Students should create a free Zoom account to participate (you may already have one set up!). You will be asked to wait in a Zoom Waiting Room until Mrs. Dickerson allows you to enter the Zoom meeting. This allows her to control who enters the meeting with the full class. All Zoom metings will be recorded for students to access after the meeting has ended. Recordings will be available in that particular class's Google Classroom.
For this new style of education, Mrs. Dickerson will be utilizing Google Classroom to manage assigning and completing classwork. Students will receive class codes for their specific math class in Google Classroom in our first Zoom meeting.
If guardians or students have any questions, please feel free to contact Mrs. Dickerson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
My name is Kimberly Dickerson, and I am one of the two mathematics teacher at CASA. I grew up in York County, and attended Messiah College, in the Mechanicsburg area. I graduated from Messiah in May 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Mathematics Education, and from Drexel University in Summer 2018 with a Master of Science degree in Mathematics Learning and Teaching. I have taught math at CASA since the school was chartered in 2013, and I have always been very excited to work with all of CASA's creative students and dedicated faculty. I adore the subject of mathematics, but I have also dabbled in all art areas offered at CASA. I enjoy looking for the beauty of mathematics in artistic expression, and I hope to instill this sense of connection in my students.
The courses I teach are Calculus, Pre-Calculus, and Algebra 2 Honors and College Prep, and I monitor the learning of several Algebra 1 students through the ALEKS program.
If you need to reach me, you can email me at email@example.com.