Classroom Expectations & Policies

  • In Math, students will be expected to work both at school and home in order to fully
    understand the more advanced concepts. You can expect your son/daughter to have
    homework more frequently as the year goes on. If your son/daughter needs extra help with
    his/her homework or simply has a question, I am usually available after school. I have high
    expectations for my students, and I know that success in math comes from diligence and
    **Tutoring and retakes on quizzes are available after school (as long as I am not in a
    meeting or game) on Tuesdays 2:30-3:30
    Students will need a composition book, loose leaf paper and pencils for my class.
    Work done in Pen will not be accepted.

About the Teacher


    Welcome to the 2018-2019 school year! It is my pleasure to introduce myself. My name is Patricia Burkhart, and I am the eighth grade math/social studies teacher as well as the staff advisor for the ASL Club and Cheerleading Coach. 

    I firmly believe that the best educational experience takes place when the parents, students, and teachers work together as a team. With that in mind, feel free to contact me by email or phone at burkhpa@richmond.k12.ga.us or 706-592-4534.

    ​I am looking forward to working with you and your child this school year. I assure you I will work diligently to make your child’s classroom environment both engaging and productive. Best wishes for you and your family this school year!