Virtual Instruction Guide


    I hope you and your families are doing well!  As you know, we are continuing our class from a distance, and the platform that I feel will work best for us is Canvas.  Each period has a designated meeting time every day in which I will be actively monitoring our course and be available for live assistance through Canvas, Zoom, or Gmail, whichever method works best for you.  The same documents that we would be going through in class will be uploaded to Canvas for you to either download and print, or simply view online and complete on separate paper, or edit directly in Canvas.  Assignments are to be submitted by the end of the week unless we have communicated otherwise.  If you do not have internet access at home, I will be happy to make paper copies and leave them in the front office for you to pick up.

    There will also be regular video recordings of me teaching the concepts as if we were in class, as well as other supplemental videos to view that will assist you in completing your assignments.  The completion of these assignments and regular check-ins online will count as our attendance for the course.  So please be sure to check Canvas and your emails daily, especially beginning on Monday, March 23 when classes officially start up again.

    Feel free to contact me via email with any questions.  I will also be in touch regularly.


    Virtual Class Schedule:

    1st AP Calculus AB: 9:00 - 10:00

    3rd Math 2: 11:00 - 12:00

    4th Honors Precalculus: 1:00 - 2:00


    Again, these are time slots in which I will be monitoring Canvas and will help as quickly as possible with questions that pop up.  In addition to these class times, I am also holding office hours with video conferencing on Mon, Tues, Wed each week from 3:00 to 4:00 for any class.  This will be a great time to get additional support if you need it, in as close to a face to face format as possible.  If you email me any other time, I will still respond from my phone to help as much as I can.  Take care everyone!


    **AP Students:  We will still try to maintain a good pace with your textbook as your guide.  The AP College Board will be updating us on AP testing soon, and how it will work if schools are still using this distance education format.  More info on this as I receive it!


Mr. Justin Rinehart

Phone: (252) 444-5112


Degrees and Certifications:

BS Mathematics Secondary Education MA Education

Mr. Justin Rinehart

Welcome!  I am looking forward to another great year at Havelock High School.  This is my 9th year of teaching, and this year I will have Honors Precalculus, Math II, and AP Calculus courses.  I have a BS in Mathematics Secondary Education from Appalachian State University and a MAEd from East Carolina University.  Mathematics is a passion of mine and I love seeing students make connections between the foundation of math that they currently have to the new skills that we will learn throughout each course.  If you have any questions about a particular topic, or would like to schedule a conference, please email me at

  • Semester Schedule

    1st Period: AP Calculus

    REACH:  Chess 101 or Math Remediation

    2nd Period: Planning

    3rd Period: Math II

    4th Period: Honors Precalculus


Daily Schedule