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    Matt Conover

    Matthew Conover

    Department: Math, Anteater Academy Website

    Email: matthew.conover@sausd.us

    Phone: (714) 241-6410 ext:  68347

     



    Class Schedule

    Period

    Course

    Room Number

    1

    Geometry H  212 

    2

    Geometry H    212 

    3

    AP Calculus BC   212 

    4

    AP Calculus AB    212  

    5

     conference  

    6

     Golf  Golf center or David L Baker Golf Course



    Quick Facts

    Where am I from?

    Torrance 

    Where did I go to school?

     UCI for my bachelors and my masters degrees

    What do I teach?

    Math and all things college related 

    What else am I involved in?

    I am the Anteater Academy Director, Co-Math Department Chair, Gate Coordinator, and the Golf Coach 

    What are my interests outside of school?

     I play in a competitive soccer league as well as roller hockey.  I like to do indoor rock climbing instead of going to a regular gym.  I travel a lot and love the outdoors.  I like to do anything outside and love to hike to the top of mountains.  Adventure is my passion outside of school!
     

    Professional Background:

    M.A. in Teaching with a focus in secondary mathematics, UCI 2011

    B.A. Business Economisc with a minor in Education, UCI 2010

    Teaching Credentials: Full Mathematics, Business, Economics

     

    I am the Anteater Academy Coordinator.  This program has been influential in helping many students get accepted into great four year universities, including Stanford, Harvard, Cornell, Columbia, UC Berkeley, UCLA, Notre Dame, and all the Cal State and University of California universities.

    We have graduated Anteaters from the class of 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018; I will always remember these students as they were the pioneers for the program.

    I have taught Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Math Analysis, and AP Calculus AB and BC.

    I have written or helped write many of the math packets that teachers at Valley and across SAUSD use in their classrooms