Mrs. Wessol

6th Grade Math

A Little About Me…
Educational Background I began elementary school in Ingalls, Indiana and then moved to Terre Haute prior to Second Grade. Fun Fact is that Ingalls was a small 1-12 school and I didn’t attend Kindergarten but started right in at First Grade!
I received my B.S. degree from Indiana State University and my M.A degree from Ball State University. I also have a Trainer Certification from Ball State University. I am licensed to teach Elementary Education K-6, Math 1-9, and Audio Visual Communications K-12.
Professional History I began my career substitute teaching in the Vigo County School Corporation. Shortly after that I went to work for Indiana Workforce Development and worked in training for many years, teaching job seekers and corporate employees soft skills and computer software programs. I have also been a training consultant, traveling to several projects in the United States, before returning to Education to teach Math at Woodrow Wilson.
Personal Information I live in northern Vigo County with my husband, John, and our dog Bentley. I have 4 children and 1 grandchild.I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, watching football, traveling, and dancing.
  • #2 Pencils
  • 12 ct. Colored Pencils
  • Pocket Folder(s)
  • Whiteboard (dry erase) marker(s)
  • Wired earbuds or headphones
  • Kleenex (1)
  • Antibacterial wipes (1)
  • Why was the obtuse angle so sad?  Because he was never right!
  • What did one math book say to the other? Stop bothering me… I’ve got my own problems!
  • Are monsters good at math? No… unless you Count Dracula!
  • What did zero say to eight? Hey, nice belt!
  • What do you call a number that can’t keep still? A roamin’ numeral!
  • What’s a nocturnal bird’s favorite type of math? Owl-gebra!
  • Why did the two 4’s skip lunch? They already 8!
  • Why doesn’t anyone talk to circles? There’s just no point.
  • How do you make seven an even number? Just remove the “s!”
  • Why do plants hate math? Because it gives them square roots!
  • How do you get warm in a cold room? Just stand in the corner. It’s always 90 degrees!
  • Always be respectful of the teacher’s right to teach, other students’ right to learn, and everyone in the classroom.
  • Enter the classroom quietly and go directly to your assigned seat.
  • NO cell phone or gum in my classroom.
  • Arrive to class on time every day with ALL your needed books and supplies.
  • Be kind, courteous, and respectful at all times.
  • I will dismiss you at the end of class – NOT the bell.
Weekly Schedule

Monday: Regular In-Person

Tuesday: Regular In-Person

Wednesday: Regular In-Person

Thursday: Regular In-Person

Friday: Regular In-Person

Daily Schedule

8:00-8:50:  Advisory

8:55-9:40:  2nd Period (Math)

9:45-10:30: 3rd Period (Math)

10:35-11:20: 4th Period (Lunch)

11:25-12:10: 5th Period (Math)

12:15-12:45: 6th Period (Math)

12:50-1:30: 7th Period (Math)

1:35-2:25: 8th Period (Related Arts)

2:30-3:15: 9th Period (Related Arts)

Cell phones must be kept in lockers or placed in the Phone Home pockets while in Math class. 


  • First Violation: phone will be taken and put on my desk during class and then returned at the end of class.
  • Second and Subsequent Violations: phone will be taken to the Main Office and may be picked up at the end of the day.
    • A Dean Referral for violation of cell phone policy will be issued.

Classroom Stories

Review & Refresh Class Competition: One of our weekly tasks is to complete the Big Ideas Review & Refresh assignment and submit it by the end of the week. This weekly assignment is worth 20 points. We have a competition between classes to see which class can have the highest percentage of assignments turned in by the end of the school day each Friday. When one of the classes reaches 10 points (as displayed by apple shapes on the classroom wall) they receive a class reward. Last school year the 7th Period Class won the first round and the second round. That class received an ice cream party and a doughnut party for their excellent effort.


Remember this: Tell me and I forget, Teach me and I remember, Involve me and I learn!