Welcome Future Mathematicians!

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Mrs. Hopkins                                              

Honors Geometry    -    OnRamp Statistics   -   Edgenuity

Room A104  -  Conference Period: 7th Period (1:00p-1:40p)

Email: hopkinsk@lisdtx.org                 

School Phone: (512) 564-2310  


Welcome to Lampasas High School !

I am very excited about this school year. Let me tell you a little bit about myself. I grew up in Wimberley and went to college at KSU in Manhattan, KS. I have a Bachelors of Science degree in Mathematics from Texas Woman's University and a Master’s degree through the University of North Texas in Curriculum & Instruction. I moved to Lampasas from The Colony (up near Dallas/Ft. Worth) with my husband and my first 3 boys the summer of 2017. My 4th son was born in April of 2022. I have taught math for 17 years and am eager to be teaching Honors Geometry and OnRamps Statistics again this year. I look forward to having a fun and exciting year! 


As for my teaching expectations, I have high expectations for all of my students and expect great success this year! I wanted to take this time to ask you to help your own students start the year off successfully. There are a few key points that will greatly impact their success.



  • PURSUE the Best You!
    • Be prepared, 
    • Be productive, and
    • Be respectful!


Specific Course Syllabus: see subject link for class topics.


Food for thought

  • Have personal needs taken care of by the tardy bell. 
  • Enter the room promptly and start the bell ringer on Canvas daily. 
  • Return any borrowed materials to their correct place.
  • The teacher dismisses class, not the bell. Do not begin packing up until you are dismissed.
  • CELL PHONES… will not be permitted for use during the class period. Extenuating circumstances allowed with teacher discretion & permission ahead of time.


I am blessed for the opportunity to teach your child and inspire him/her to be the best he/she can be. Through collaboration (as a team), they will be successful.

Kristina Hopkins


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