Mr. Seefeldt

Phone: 469-952-5405


Degrees and Certifications:

B.S. in Mathematics, minor in CIS. 4-8 and 8-12 Math Certifications in Texas.

Mr. Seefeldt

My name is Mr. Seefeldt. I attended the University of Texas at Austin for an Electrical Engineering degree before I changed majors to Mathematics at Tarleton State University– Central Texas. I have tutored students in the AVID program for a year and a half and worked as an instructor at Sylvan Learning Center. This is my thirteenth year of teaching; my previous years were at W.W. Samuel HS, North Mesquite High School, Crosswinds High School, and finally 5 years at Princeton High School.  I am excited about the upcoming school year and hope to learn some things about each of you. I am an avid tennis and chess player and am very computer savvy. I have also coached Tennis, Volleyball, Softball, and Debate. I am currently coaching the chess club. If you have any questions, feel free to ask.
Current Schedule (google classroom link after):
P1: Conference
My email address is my best method of contact, I will respond as soon as I read your email even if I will have to get around to answering you later.
Tutorials will be by online only. Virtual tutorials will be setup on a M, W basis for AP Calculus and T, Th basis for Honors Pre-Calculus. Fridays will be reserved if a tutorial session gets canceled. Tutorials will be from 3-345 PM. If noone shows up by 315, I will close out the tutorial session. Students can get a link to the tutorials on their google classroom.
The biggest change from last year is all graded work (except the six weeks tests) are going to be submitted online either through google classroom, bakpax, or email. This is true for both Virtual and In-Class learners. Students will need access to the internet and have a device (a phone is ok, but not optimal) capable of doing so.

Link to lesson plans (scroll down to AP Calculus and Honors Pre-Calculus respectively):
Course Descriptions:
Honors Pre-Calculus (Alg II pre-requisite)
This class prepares students for calculus. The first semester lines up closely with college algebra, while the second semester lines up closely to college trigonometry. Honors is differentiated from regular by the rigor, the online assignments, and pacing.
AP Calculus (Pre-Calculus pre-requisite)
This class prepares students for the AP Calculus test on May 4th. It is aligned to the College Board AP Calculus standards and objectives. 
AP Classroom Login

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