Welcome to Mrs. Stortz's Webpage
    Name: Mrs. Stortz
    Email Address: jan.seaman-stortz@matsuk12.us
    Phone number: (907) 746-8483

    Welcome to the 2019-20 school year.  It will be a learning year for all as we have a new grading software and communication system.  We are working with the Inside Algebra math curriculum for the algebra and Intro to Algebra groups. The program uses computer technology as well as direct instruction.  I worked with the lower level of this program and will be using this curriculum for the first time this year so I welcome feedback if you have any concerns or issues for your student.    Homework is a very important component as math needs to be practiced to improve.  Time in class as well as pharm and/or AA time are the places for students to do the homework and get help.  I'm excited to be doing aerobics this year for second and third period so I may be hard to reach early in the morning as I am in the gym area.  Our focus for aerobics will be working on improving individual health and knowledge. I look forward to getting to know you and your student this year.  
      Jan Seaman-Stortz

    To view a Course Syllabus click the Class Title in the table below. 


    2  Aerobics
    Period Class
    1 Planning
    3                                   Aerobics
    4                 Fd of Algebra 1
    5  weight training
    6  Fd of Intro to Algebra  co lab with Popowski
    7  Fd of Intro to Algebra




    Grading Policy
    Total Points will reflect the weight of a given assignment
    • Grading policies are on the syllabus that should be linked with the class above.  It follows the district weight of 70% summative and 30% formative.  Separate policies for each class with assignments breakdowns are on the syllabus.
    • Students need to be doing homework and reviewing in order to understand what they are learning and to get help. If I can't see what they are doing wrong then I won't know how to help them or what may need reteaching.  If you don't review and try things on your own you are less likely to learn and remember them. Students have the district policy timeline to complete work that they may of missed.
Last Modified on May 7, 2020