About Teacher

Mrs. Carolyn Bennett

Phone: (810) 591-3842


Degrees and Certifications:

Mrs. Carolyn Bennett

My name is Carolyn Bennett, but I would prefer if you call me Carri.  

 This is my 21st year teaching at Flushing High Schoool.  I have taught math from Basic Math to Precalculus, and everything in between. I love my job (most days!).  My favorite part is getting to know my students and all of our daily interactions.  

 I work hard to help my students learn, and maybe even enjoy, math.  My teaching style is a mix of traditional with collaborative learning, projects, games, and technology.  I try to use a variety of teaching methods in order to reach all of my students.  My goal is to make everyone understand math even though I know not everyone will like it.

 When I'm not at school, I love to spend time with my family.  I've been married for 18 years, and I have 2 daughters who are in 6th and 9th grades this year.  We love to read, play board games and cards, go for bike rides and walks, have movie nights, and hang out with our extended families.  I also love to cook and bake.  


My Home Page

  •   Math:  The Only Subject That Counts!

    Math tools 

    Carri Bennett

    Room  305


    1st Hour - Trig/Stats

    2nd Hour - Planning

    3rd Hour - Algebra 2B yearlong

    4th Hour - Algebra 2B yearlong

    5th Hour - Trig/Stats

    6th Hour - Trig/Stats


    Contact me at carolyn.bennett@flushingschools.org

    My classroom phone number is (810) 591-3842 .

    The best time to reach me is between 7:15AM and 8:00AM or between 2:50PM and 3:15PM.  If you call me at another time, please leave a message and I will return your call as soon as possible.

    Extra Help:

    7:15 AM until school starts every morning in my classroom, 305.  I am available at this time for extra help with homework, quiz/test review, make up tests, etc.  I am also available after school some days.

    Before and after school Tuesdays and Thursdays in room 307 provided by Flushing High School's math honor society, Mu Alpha Theta.  This begins in October, and continues through the rest of the school year.