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Mary Sada Foster

Math, Fellowship of Christian Athletes Sponsor, Cross Country Coach


Courses Taught:

Algebra I and Algebra II


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Welcome to Our Class!

I look forward to this school year! Below are school supply lists for my classes. They are subject to minor changes. 


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Classroom Supplies 

Not many supplies are needed for this class. I do require the ones below (so a spiral notebook will not do).


  • 3 ring binder with notebook paper (I will do a notebook check)
  • Pencils & erasers

Supplies to keep in the class:


  • Right now we really need more tissue/kleenex if anyone would like to donate some.

About the Teacher

Education and Experience:

I graduated from the University of Mississippi with a BS in Mechanical Engineering and also from Belhaven University with an MBA. 

The first 13 years of my career were spent working in engineering as well as in project management. I worked in the oil industry in sales engineering and in the elevator industry in engineering and manufacturing. 

This is my fourth year teaching at Hernando High School where I have taught math. I am in my second year of coaching Cross Country. I also sponsor the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (and students).



I am certified to teach Mathematics, Physics, Business, General Science, and Physical Education.

I'm certified as a Project Management Professional and Six Sigma black belt (from my years working in the corporate world).


I have been married to my husband, Mark, for 14 years. He works in the fire service here in DeSoto County. We have three children ages 6, 8, and 9. I graduated from DeSoto County Schools and am a second generation teacher. 

My hobbies are tennis and running. I enjoy watching almost all sports.

I love math and engineering and look forward to teaching this generation of students while encouraging them to meet their full potential!

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