• Chris Brown's Webpage

Phone: 210-619-4000


Degrees and Certifications:

Ms. Chris Brown

My Schedule

1st, 3rd, 4th, 6th, 7th, 8th Period - Financial Math (FM)

In-person tutoring on school days - Monday & Thursday 8:00 to 8:30


My conference period on school days:  9:30 to 10:20.

To contact me:  Put the student's first and last name as well as their class period on the subject line.  My email is ccbrown@scuc.txed.net

  • Financial Math

    Step-By-Step Guide


    1. Schoology is where all class related items are located

        a. To get to Schoology:  

            ѻ Go to the SCUC district website.

            ѻ Click on the student link at the top.

            ѻ Click on “ClassLink/myStudentPortal”

            ѻ Click on “Schoology”

        b. Click on Financial Math.

        c. Click on the correct 9 week period.

        d. Click on the correct week.

        d. Click on “What’s Happening This week. This will take you to the weekly checklist. 


    2. Weekly Checklists 

    a. The “Week at a Glance” will give you a quick idea of what is due each day.  In order to see the details for each day - slide down to that day’s chart.

    b. Each day’s chart has a "To Do" list for that date as well as the links to do them.

    c.  Note: Extra copies of handed out papers are availablenext to the teachers desk.


     3. Calculators:  The preferred online calculator is Math-way.  It can be accessed from the Math-way website or its app.


    4. If you are absent:  Look at the "What's Happening page in Schoology in order to know what to do for the day.  


    5. Instructions for submitting a grade you are happy with:

    After you submit an assignment a screen appears with two options:

    ---Review Accuracy

    ---Edit Responses

     Step 1: Select Review Accuracy.  This will show you which questions you got wrong.  Write down the problem number(s) that you missed.

    Step 2: Click on the assignment again in google Classroom.  This time select "Edit Responses".  Work on the problems you missed and then resubmit.

    Step 3:  Repeat the first two steps until you have a grade you are happy with.