Mrs. Brady Keane » Mrs. Keane's Math Class

Mrs. Keane's Math Class

Follow the links to the right for: 
  • Mrs. Keane's Meet the Teacher Video
  • Mrs. Keane's Virtual Classroom *subject to change as needed*
 
Hello! My name is Mrs. Brady Keane. I have been teaching at Richland since 2009. I graduated high school locally from Conemaugh Township, attended undergrad at UPJ, and obtained my Master's degree through St. Francis University.

I have taught Precalculus, Algebra II, Geometry, SAT Prep, Integrated Math and Math Intervention courses here at Richland. Currently, I primarily teach 9th/10th grade Geometry. In addition to teaching, I am the National Honor Society Advisor and Female Summer Conditioning Coach. Outside of Richland, my hobbies include reading, being crafty, and playing outside with my dog and kiddos. 
 
My family and I are anxiously awaiting the end of September 2020 when we'll be welcoming a little girl into the world! Her two brothers, Kellen & Eli, Dad, and I cannot wait to meet her!! I will be on maternity leave once she arrives until the new year. I will have a wonderful substitute October through December, and will be excited to return to teaching in January 2021!

This year, as with last, will be unlike any other. I am prepared to work endlessly through the process of on-site and/or remote learning to make it as prosperous as a "regular" school-year. Students' happiness and success are my main focus in any form of teaching. 

I utilize Google Classroom as my primary Learning Management System. Please join your appropriate class based on the class codes given at the beginning of the year. I encourage guardians to also join to access the materials and information if/when needed. Guardians can choose notification setting so you're not bombarded with emails. Please always feel free to reach out to me by email, bkeane@richlandsd.com, or (814) 266-6081, ext. 4208. 
 
"The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character - that is the true goal of education." - Martin Luther King, Jr.