School Theme: "Bloom Where You're Planted!"

  •                                                                                                                    Friday, December 4, 2020


    Greetings, Panthers! It is with great PRIDE that I am joining the faculty and staff at Pine Hill Middle after spending four years teaching mathematics at Cross Creek High (Go Hawgs!!). I will be joining the eight-grade team, teaching Algebra I, Math Grade 8, and Physical Science Grade 8. I am here to help and facilitate your learning in any way possible and I look forward to having a terrific 2020 - 2021 school year.      


    Parents, I cordially extend my salutations to you as well. My definitive goal is to create and foster a collaborative classroom in which students take a proactive role in their learning. My contact information is provided below, and I encourage both you and your child to join Remind (It will be a requirement for students). However, the best way to contact me is through email. I welcome the opportunity to work with you and your child.

Contact Information

  • Room Number: 421

    Subjects: Algebra I | Math 8 | Physical Science

    Algebra I: @MrT-Alg1
    Grade 8 Math: @MrT-8th
    Grade 8 Science: @MrT-8thSci

    Tutoring: T B D

    Class Motto: Make an effort, not an excuse.

    School Motto: Walk like a panther.

     "The most certain way to succeed is to just try one more time."
    -Thomas Edison  

Instead of "I don't get it"...

Instead Of...

Math Supply List

  • Math


    • Pencils! Pencils! Pencils

    • 1 inch binder

    • 5 dividers

    • Loose-leaf Notebook Paper

    • Scientific Calculator

    • Graph Paper

     "Mathematics may not teach us to add 
     love or subtract hate, but it gives us hope 
     that every problem has a solution.

10 Commandments of Mathematics...

10 Commandments of Math


    Learning today ...Leading tomorrow 


    Building a world-class school system through education, collaboration, and innovation.



    The Richmond County School System (RCSS) will create a world-class, globally competitive school system where all students will graduate and are college/career ready.



    • Every person has a right to a quality education.
    • Education is the shared responsibility of the individual, home, school, and community.
    • Every person can learn.
    • Respect and acceptance are essential for learning and personal development.
    • A safe, healthy, and orderly environment is essential to learning.
    • Communication is the key to understanding among people.