- Inside the Classroom
- Upper Division
By Andria Rabenold, Upper Division Math Department Chair
Tell us about yourself:
I graduated from the University of Rochester with a BS in Mathematics and BA in Political Science. Armed with a minor in Theatre as well, I studied and worked as an actor, performing Shakespeare across much of the Northeast. I then joined the team at Uncommon Schools in Troy, NY and taught math and science to students in 5th through 12th grade. Last school year, I developed the curriculum for AP Calculus BC for Uncommon Schools' 8 high school campuses and trained teachers in utilizing new technologies in their classrooms. I love all things math and hope to bring that joy to all of my students!
Why do you work at Denver JDS?
I am excited to join the DJDS team because it is clear how invested this entire school community is in educating our children and encouraging them to be active participants in society and agents of positive change. Mathematical literacy and problem-solving skills are integral to success in so many areas of life, so I am looking forward to ensuring that our math department provides the best education in these areas that we can.
Ask me about: (interesting hobbies, etc.)
Snowboarding and baking sourdough!