Phone: 9103750256


Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Science(chemistry)

Mrs. Marilyn B Stallings


I was born on January 29, in Aiken, South Carolina. My family relocated to Beulaville in the late 70"s, and four years later I became a graduate of East Duplin. I furthered my education by attending North Carolina Agriculture and Technical University, where I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in chemistry with a minor in math. After my college graduation, I married my husband, Orrin, and we have been married for thirty-three years and have three children. All three of my children, Tabitha, Matthew, and Benjamin were born in Atlanta, GA. However, in 2001, we packed up and headed back to Panther country, where both I and my husband had graduated. I have 5 grandchildren ranging in age from 2 to 7.  3 girls and 2 boys. I have been teaching at East Duplin since we moved back in 2001. Over the course of my twenty plus years here, I have taught Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Foundation of Math 1, Math 1, Math 1 honors, and Math 2 honors.

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    Name: Marilyn Stallilngs
    Subject(s): Foundations of Math I ,Math I, Math I Honors


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    Contact Information:

    Email Address: mastallings

    School Phone Number: (910) 298-4535

    Google Voice: (910) 518-0054


    Math I Description:

    To provide students with a survey of Mathematical concepts and practices to successfully advance to NC Math 1. Appropriate technology, from manipulatives to calculators, will be used regularly for instruction and assessment.

    Course Outline:                                                                                       

     1. Patterns.                                                                                                                                                                                           

     2. Functions                                                                                                                                                                                     

     3. Linear Functions                                                                                                                                                                               

     4. Linear Systems.                                                                                                                                                                               

     5. Exponential Functions

     6. Geometry

     7. Polynomials

     8. Quadratics

     9. Statistics


    Math II Description: 

    Focuses on the structure of expressions, writing equivalent expressions to clarify and reveal aspects of the quantities represented. Students create and solve equations, inequalities, and systems of equations involving exponential and quadratic expressions.

    Course Outline:

    1.Transformations of Functions                              

    2. Transformations of Geometric Objects

    3. Similiarity & Congruience

    4. Quadratic Functions

    5. Square Root & Inverse Variation Functions

    6. Relationships in Triangles

    7. Probability


    Daily Expectations: 

    1. NO cellphone usage

    2. Check announcements in canvas daily

    3. Headphones will be used at the teacher's discretion. 

    4. Respectful and thoughtful of peers and teacher



    7.Prompt(in seat by tardy bell)

    8. Keep and date  notes (in a Notebook)

    9.  Show work or explain answers for ALL assignments

    10.  Working on the daily bell ringer (due daily at the end of class).

    11. Homework is due the next day after being assigned  upon entering class and on Monday for Friday assigned homework

    12. No work in Ink UNLESS grading assignments

    13. Maintain a high degree of commitment to active learning and participation in this class

    14). Integrity in your behavior in and out of the classroom.

    *Be aware  of all the information in the student handbook. All the rules in the handbook apply to every class every day.


    Canvas Expectations: Students should login to Canvas daily to learn and access daily assignments and to submit any discussion assignments.  


    Grading Policy: 

    REGULAR                                                                      HONORS

    Tests/Projects=55%.                                                                    Tests/Projects=55%

    Quizzes=25%                                                                              Quizzes=25%

    Participation=15%                                                                       Participation=10%

     Homework/Classwork=10%                                                       Homework/Classwork=10%

    Grading Scale:

    100 – 90 (A)

    89 – 80 (B)

    79 – 70 (C)

    69 – 60 (D)

    59 – 0 (F)


    Completing  assignments is vital for success in the course

    Homework:​ Homework will be assigned daily. When homework is assigned, it is important for it to be completed to help the students practice skills learned in class.


    Late Work:​ Any assignment that is accepted past the due date will have points deducted. Past due work without penalty must be approved by the teacher.




Last Modified on August 17, 2023