Mrs. Terranova
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Go Cougars!!!

I'm Theresa Terranova and I teach seventh grade Math.

My family and I have lived in the Klein district for 29 years. My husband, John, retired from Harris County Sheriff's Department shortly after I graduated Sam Houston State University in 2006.  All three of my children, Shaun, Gianina, and Charles graduated from Klein High School. My grandaughter, Isabelle, is starting kindergarten this year. :-)

This is my eleventh year teaching at Strack. I have only the most-awesome students in my classes, so I look forward to another very productive year!
General Tutorials (Extra Help)

Students must come prepared with the supplies and materials on which they need extra help and questions to ask, as there are no pre-planned lessons in tutorials.

General tutorials held on Thursday mornings 8:00 - 8:45 AM and is open to all students.  Other times, as I am available, will be posted in class.
If you wish to contact me...

My email address is  (quickest way to reach me)
In the subject line, please include your child's first and last name and class period.

My class phone 832-249-5469
In your voice mail, please let me know your child's first and last name, reason for phone call, and contact information.

My conference time is during 5th period (1:09 PM - 1:56 PM).  You must set up a time with me prior to coming in for a conference.

I am very good about replying to you within 24 hours of your attempt to reach me, with the exception of weekends, holidays, and/or my absence.  If I have not replied to you within that period of time, there may be a problem.
Please re-attempt to reach me.  Thank you!
I will be contacting you...

At least once every three weeks through Progress Reports and every marking period through Report Cards.

RESPECT Yourself, Each other, and others' property

  • Follow Adult Instructions
  • Listen Quietly While Others Are Speaking
  • Keep Hands, Feet, and Objects to One's Self
  • Use Positive Verbal and Nonverbal Communication

    Be RESPONSIBLE for the choices you make
  • Be Prepared
  • Practice School and Personal Accountability
  • Be an Actively Engaged Learner

    Come to class READY to learn
  • Take Care of your Personal Needs Before Class
  • Bring Materials to Class (HW, Pencil, Paper, your charged chrome book, etc...)
  • Arrive On Time and Be Seated When the Tardy Bell Rings
  • Follow the Class Procedures for Each Classroom
    Test Days

    Tuesdays and Fridays are our test days. If a student is absent for a test, it is their responsibility to set up a time to make it up, before or after school. Students must make up their assessments within the amount of time used for their absence, as described in the Klein Student Handbook.
    The sky is the limit...

    Be the best you can be
    and make the right choices!

    No tellin' how high you will climb!