Coastal Council of Teachers of Mathematics

The Coastal Council of Teachers of Mathematics (CCTM) was formed in 2006 to promote innovative teaching of mathematics in the Coastal Bend area of South Texas.

Conferences

A regional affiliate of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM), the CCTM sponsors an annual conference each summer, ME by the SEa, which brings together 300+ local mathematics educators.

CCTM members also provide annual Family Learning Institute events for local educators.  These free institutes for teachers and administrators provide examples and resources for hosting family learning events such as Family Math Nights and Family Science Nights.

CCTM Officers & Board Members

Council officers and board members are elected annually according to the CCTM Constitution. As of 9/2014, the current officers and board members are:

Title Name Expires
President Richard Rupp 8/31/2017
Past President
President Elect  Kim Moore  8/31/2017
VP Elementary Melana Silvas 8/31/2018
VP Secondary  Steven Mendoza 8/31/2017
Recording Secretary Vanessa Garza 8/31/2017
Treasurer James Dogbey 8/31/2018
Parliamentarian Sarah Coles 8/31/2018
Corresponding Secretary Carl Juenke 8/31/2017
NCTM Representative  Faye Bruun  8/31/2017
Director of Publications
Conference Organizer
Government Relations Representative

Minutes from Board Meetings

Minutes of the 4-19-2017 Meeting

Minutes of the 5-17-17 Meeting

Minutes of the 3-22-17 Meeting

Minutes of the 2-23-17 Meeting

Minutes of the 5-9-16 Meeting

Minutes of the 3-28-2016 Meeting

Minutes of the 2-29-2016 Meeting

Minutes of 1-25-2016 Meeting

Minutes of 7-07-2015 Meeting

Minutes of 6-1-2015 Meeting

Minutes of 5-4-2015 Meeting

Minutes of 4-16-2015 Meeting

Minutes of 3-23-2015 Meeting

Minutes of 2-16-2015 Meeting

Minutes of 4-21-2014 Meeting

Minutes of 3-24-2014 Meeting

Minutes of 2-24-2014 meeting

Our Logo

The logo of the CCTM is the nautilus shell, whose chambers increase in number and size with the growth of the animal. The shell curvature demonstrates the Fibonacci numbers: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, …

The nautilus illustrates a “golden spiral” of Fibonacci Numbers.

Webmaster: Kim Moore

 

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