Mathematics

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Mrs. Elke Hamann

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6th Grade Math & Science

Mr. Mark Watton

Mark Watton grew up on a farm near Falls City, Nebraska and graduated from Southeast Consolidated High School at Stella in 1977. He attended University of Nebraska at Lincoln, but after one year transferred to Peru State College and also got married to his wife Diana. Mark graduated from Peru State in 1982 and got his first teaching job at Nebraska City Lourdes High School. After four years there, he decided to take a teaching job in Wahoo, Nebraska.

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Math Teacher
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Geometry
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Algebra 2
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Math 7

Mr. Dustin Phillips

Was a pretty good teacher.

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(402) 467-5404
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Math Teacher

Mr. John Sweeney

Mr. Sweeney grew up in Kearney, NE and attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where he received his BS Ed in Mathematics in 1995.  In 2007, he earned an MA Ed in Curriculum & Instruction from Concordia University Irvine, and in 2013, an MAT in Mathematics from UNL. He has taught in a variety of settings, including inner city schools in Los Angeles, as well as the Youth Rehabilitation & Treatment Center in Geneva, NE. Mr. Sweeney began teaching at Lincoln Lutheran in 2015.

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(402) 467-5404
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Mathematics Teacher
Courses: 
Math 7
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Geometry
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Algebra 2

Integrated Math

Course Number: 
4180/4181
Instructors: 
Mrs. Tisha Arens

Course topics include complex numbers, step and piecewise functions, exponential functions, quadratic functions, inverse functions, right triangles, trigonometric functions, and circles, as well as data analysis and modeling. Students approach and explore topics in math through real-world situations, helping them to gain an intuitive understanding of concepts while learning at the appropriate depth and rigor of a standards-based curriculum.

Integrated math

Course Number: 
4180/4181
Instructors: 
Mrs. Tisha Arens

course topics include complex numbers, steps and piecewise functions, exponential functions, quadratic functions, inverse functions, right triangles, trigonometric functions, and circles, as well as data analysis and modeling. students approach and explore topics in math through real-world situations, helping them to gain an intuitive understanding of concepts while learning at the appropriate depth and rigor of a standards-based curriculum.

Mrs. Tisha Arens

Mrs. Arens was a pretty good teacher.

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(402) 467-5404
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Mathematics

Mr. Sean Wieting

Mr. Wieting began teaching at Lincoln Lutheran in 2010. Before coming to Lincoln Lutheran, he was the majority owner of two restaurant franchises in Lincoln and in Omaha. After beginning as an individual franchise operator, he began working for the restaurant’s corporate office based out of Scottsdale, AZ. Although his residence remained in Lincoln, part of his job entailed traveling across the country and to Arizona each month.

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(402) 467-5404
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6th Grade: Theology, Math, Social Studies & Assistant Football Coach

Math 7

Course Number: 
j740
Instructors: 
Mr. Mark Watton

Math 7 is a transition from basic arithmetic to more complex problem solving. Operations on whole numbers and decimals will be reviewed with more significance given to operations on fractions and percents, ratio and proportion, introduction to algebra, metric units, and other topics as time allows. Emphasis is given to communicating math concepts and explaining the reasoning behind procedures, as well as giving students confidence in applying skills to common situations.

Statistics

Course Number: 
4174
Instructors: 
Mr. Dustin Phillips

This class provides a greater understanding of probability and data analysis. It involves numerical interpretation and designing of graphs based on surveys both designed and given. Students will use technology as well as other methods to gain a vast understanding of what it means to be statistically literate in today’s society.