Brent Liechti

Algebra I
Algebra II
Senior Math

About Me
My name is Brent Liechti, and I am the high school math teacher here at Highmore-Harrold.  I have been on staff since the 2010-2011 school year, and currently teach the classes listed above.  I am also a senior class advisor/graduation coordinator, a member of our accreditation team, and a member of our Student Assistance Team.

Class Information
Grading Scale:             This is the grading scale used by all courses here at Highmore High School.
Portfolio Instructions:                               This is a copy of the Portfolio Instructions sheet given to the students in Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II.
Lesson Plans: This is a read-only copy of my lesson plans, which are updated weekly. 

Important Links

State Email: Students use this link to log into their K12 email account, using their school provided K12 username and password. 
 SavvasRealize: SavvasRealize is the online component to our math curriculum.  Students have a unique username and password for this site.
Google Classroom: Google Classroom is the platform in which lecture videos are recorded and posted, and is the platform used in the event the school transitions to Phase III.  Students need to be logged in with their K12 email credentials to properly access this site and submit work.
IXL:                                                                                IXL is an online math proficiency program for any grade Pre-K through Pre-Calculus.  Students have a unique username and password for this site.
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415 Iowa Ave South, PO Box 416
Highmore, SD 57345
High School (605) 852-2275
Elementary (605) 852-2276
Fax (605) 760-8449

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