GaVS AP Stats AB

March News

AP Exam Bulletin

The complete AP Bulletin with info for both students and parents can be accessed at

Your students and I will be preparing for this test most of the semester.

The date and time for the AP Statistics Exam is Friday, May 10th in the afternoon.

I have been encouraging the students to register at SHMOOP (a great online resource paid for by Georgia Virtual School) to assist the students in preparing for ALL AP subject exams!!

Ask to see if your child is a SHMOOPER!!

Grading Friday and Weekly Class Meetings!

We have just passed another grading Friday on March 1st. Your students are making great efforts to remain on task with the schedule. Of course, if things are submitted late then the GaVS late work policy would apply at 10% off per day late, typically that would be 10 points.

To insure greater understanding as concepts get more complex, students should make every effort to attend the Monday class that is teacher led and is very similar to a face to face lesson.
Those students who do attend find it very helpful!!!

Students should mark their calendar and bookmark the site:
AB: Mondays at 8:30 PM:

Actually, attendance on Monday night has been quite good. I think this contributes to the level of success your students are achieving.

Things to remember for parents...



GaVS does not follow individual school vacations. There is only one week of break during the spring and this year that is from April 1st - 5th. Students should follow their GaVS schedule uninterrupted. OF COURSE, no assignments are due during that week-long break.

In case you are wondering, the last day of our semester is Friday May 10th (the same date as the AP Stat Exam). GaVS exams are also scheduled for that week but are completed on May 8th and 9th. MORE ABOUT THAT LATER as we get closer.

EVERY student must take the GaVS final exam. There are no EXEMPTIONS!

Students who are interested in the AP Stat Exam for possible college credit can arrange that with their school.

Contact the Instructor

You are always welcome to email with questions or concerns.