• I am Susan Piersall. I am married to Randy Piersall and I have two children, Savanna and Greyson. I am an active member of Highland Church of Christ. I grew up in Sweetwater, TX then I graduated from Abilene Christian University with a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics.  
     I became interested in teaching math while going to school and tutoring my peers. In middle school, I always had to go home and go back over the notes we took in class to understand what to do. As I became more confident in my math skills, I was able to explain the concepts to my peers in a way that they could understand and I liked seeing them succeed. I decided to pursue mathematics  just so I could teach secondary math classes. I have taught in AISD since 2004. My first 10 years in AISD were spent teaching 7th grade math at Clack, then Craig. I have been teaching Algebra I at AHS since 2013.
     I believe all students are capable of learning math. I also believe each student can improve their knowledge and understanding of mathematical concepts with hard work. I offer tutorials every day during Megalunch in my room or in the library. If a student has multiple teachers that need to be seen during lunch, I will make arrangements to help that student before or after school. I love having the opportunity to teach students and hopefully help them to enjoy math.
    Conference period: 2:50-3:40
    Information about the Flipped Classroom can be found at the bottom of this page.

    Videos for the week (Watch the given video for the following day's instruction).

    Videos can be watched by clicking here. Also, the video can be found by going to YouTube, search spiersall, select the appropriate video. Watch, listen and record the notes on given paper or notebook paper.

    Look at calendar, to view which video needs to be watched in case you are absent or forgot.