Mr. Rinderle began teaching math at Northglenn High School in 2020. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Virginia Tech and was a practicing Land Development Engineer before making the switch to teaching. He is originally from Virginia and moved to Colorado in 2018. He enjoys a variety of outdoor activities including soccer, snowboarding, trail running, hiking, and camping. He is very excited to be at Northglenn and to build relationships with the students, parents, and community!
We will be starting out this year in an online synchronous learning environment. This means that while we will be learning remotely, we will follow the normal bell schedule and will be together 'live' via Zoom during our class period together. Most of this time together will consist of the students working individually or together in groups to learn and grow at their own pace with me providing instruction to facilitate their learning.
Schoology will be your most important resource for this class. Think of it as your virtual classroom. All resources necessary to participate and succeed in remote learning will be housed in Schoology, which will be supplemented with Florida Virtual School (FLVS), Big Ideas, and other curricula-related resources that will be discussed as we delve deeper into the year. You already have access to Schoology when you login with your district assigned Google account, but the course codes are provided below should you need them for any reason:
- Period 3 (Math 3): 9KXS-K2ZW-WSVXN
- Period 4 (Math 3): 8DQS-9WPP-8JCBK
- Period 6 (Math 3): M24S-C44S-H576B
- Period 7 (Math 2): 9BM9-K56J-2DK9G
- Period 8 (Math 2): PWNZ-4CW7-JPSZ4
If you are unable to access your account and need to reset your password, please contact Mrs. Briner (email@example.com) with your first and last name, along with your student number.
Please refer to the syllabus provided under course resources on Schoology for all questions related to my contact information, office hours, the bell schedule, our units of study, grading, and classroom/student expectations.