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Advice from Arizona State University to their math students:
"Did you know...
...that being a “math person” is a myth?
There is no such thing as a “math person.” Is math ability genetic? Sure, to some degree. But to succeed in math, inborn talent is much less important than hard work, preparation, and self-confidence. Anyone can learn math, including College Algebra, Calculus, and beyond, with regular practice and perseverance. The key to success in this course—and your other classes—is persistence. You will succeed in this class if you practice regularly."
I have been fortunate to teach at the Summit Academy Junior High Draper Campus since 2014. Each year brings exciting new discussions, students, and relationships. I have a Masters degree in Education and a Bachelors degree in Interior Design. I bleed blue, but not BYU blue. Go USU! I live in Herriman and my children attend Providence Hall High School. Some of my favorite things are Dr. Pepper, camping, visiting the beach, and reading a book every chance I get.
If you ever have questions or concerns or just want to say "hi", please send me a message! I love hearing from students (current, past, and future), parents, and friends.
Make it a great day!
Ms. Barlow


PLEASE MAKE NOTE Early Out Thursday & NO School Friday

PLEASE MAKE NOTE Early Out Thursday & NO School Friday

  • Thursday, September 26th, Early Out 
    • 1st-8th grade release at 1:05 
    • Adjusted times for Kindergarten AM 8:15-10:30 & PM 10:55-1:05 PM
  • NO School on Friday, September 27th due to the Professional Development Day

Khan Academy

The 7th grade math classes will be working on Khan Academy this year. Students were given a login and password for their class. (They may also use their personal Khan Academy login if they already have one.) Student logins vary (typically their first and last name with no capitals or spaces) and the class password is summit19 (no caps). Make sure to click "login", not "sign up", when logging in to do the assignments. You can login here.
Students will typically be given one day a week to work on the lessons in class, with the remainder of the lessons to be completed at home. This is to help students with specific topics we are working on in class. Students are encouraged to watch the videos, get hints, and try as many times as they wish to master the concepts. Lessons that are completed with an 80% or higher will receive credit weekly.
If a student wishes to use an existing Khan Academy account, the class codes are posted in a separate post on the class webpage. Please be sure to enter the correct code for the class period.

Khan Academy Class Codes

If you are using your personal Khan Academy account, use the class code to add the class.
1st period: RAG4FT7Z
2nd period:XRV5B9QD
3rd period: ZG8R4FKD
5th period: SA6SUKP8
Please be sure to sign up for the correct class period.
If you are using the login for our class, your login and password should be written in the front of your planner.