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Hello Riverside families, 
 
Welcome to the 2020-2021 school year at Riverside High School. 

My name is Mr. Esposito, and I will be your math teacher for the 2020-2021 school year.  First, I would like to send my best wishes to you and your families during this challenging time. Second, I want to provide you with important information regarding this school year, more specifically, I would like to answer the following three questions for you:

  • How will students access their math class, lessons, and assignments this school year?
  • What’s the best method for students and parents to contact their teachers?
  • When is the first class and first mathematics assignment due?

Accessing your math class, lessons, and assignments

In order to access important class information, you will need to use and become familiar with Microsoft Teams. In order to log into your Microsoft Teams account, you must use your email address provided by the Yonkers public schools. If you are having any issues logging into your Yonkers Public Schools email, please reach out to Riverside’s Library Specialist, Mrs. Westphal, by email at Cwestphal@yonkerspublicschools.org

Contacting your math teacher

The best method for communicating with me this school year will be through my Yonkers Public Schools email: cesposito@yonkerspublicschools.org. If you or your guardian would like to access information about your math course throughout the semester, please continue to visit this website, my teacher homepage.

First class and assignment information

The first day of class is scheduled for September 8th, 2020 and please see the attachment for the scheduled times for each of your classes. You should have received your daily class schedule by mail, but if you have not, you may be able to access your schedule through PowerSchool using your Yonkers Public Schools account. Some of you already completed the Riverside High School Mathematics Summer Project, which is fantastic and I’m very proud of you. If you did not yet complete the Mathematics Summer Project, the project will be your first assignment for the new school year due September 25th, 2020. For more information about the summer project, please visit my teacher homepage at the link shown above.

I understand this is a significant amount of information, so please let me know if you have any questions. I hope you enjoy your weekend!

Sincerely, 

Mr. Esposito 

 
 
Instructions for logging into Delta Math
 
 
First, go to DeltaMath.com and click the "Create Account" icon in the top right corner of the screen. Next, click "Student," then enter the Teacher Code: 200036 
 
You will next be prompted to choose a class, please choose your teacher’s name and class. Finally, create a username and password and you should be able to complete problems for the foreseeable future.
 

 

Teacher Absence or Technology Failure

In the event of a teacher absence or technology failure, please work on the assignments listed in Delta Math. If you need assistance accessing your Delta Math account, please email me to provide you your username or reset your password.

 

Flex Wednesdays

On Flex-Wednesdays, please complete the homework assignments labelled “Flex Wednesday” in Delta Math.