View Full Version : Rajon Rondo was a guest teacher at a HS Algebra class

Basketball Fan
11-06-2012, 07:54 PM
I didn't live in Indy when I went to HS but I'd probably freak if one of the Pacers at the time did this

Rajon Rondo
Schools High School Kids
... in Math

Breaking News

Boston Celtics superstar Rajon Rondo crashed the boards at a Boston high school today ... guest teaching a freshman algebra class ... on his day off.

Rondo -- rolled into Ms. Oshodi's class at Burke high school this morning -- where he taught the kids how to solve for X (it's 14 ... we think).

Rajon didn't stop there ... the 26-year-old -- who attended the University of Kentucky -- also visited nearby Harbor Middle School to preach the value of a quality education.

And get this -- we're told Rondo planned the visits by himself ... without the help of any public relations personnel ... just because he wanted to.

Rajon will be back on the court tomorrow to face off with the Washington Wizards -- a team that's currently 0-2 ... and with the power of math, we are able to determine they're horrible.

Thanks math!.

Read more: http://www.tmz.com/2012/11/06/rajon-rondo-high-school-algebra-math-celtics/#ixzz2BUQBWs7P

11-06-2012, 08:08 PM
My mom taught second grade for nearly 25 years in southern Michigan, and she said that if she taught near Detroit or Indianapolis, she'd be wanting NBA and/or WNBA players to come to her class to read to the kids as often as she could get them. Very cool of Rondo.

11-06-2012, 09:33 PM
I'm a high school chemistry teacher and would Love to make this happen. I just don't think I know any Pacers that have a strong science background. Closest is Danny who is Civil Engineering, right?

11-07-2012, 11:08 AM
Yeah Rondo is a pretty smart guy who I believe excelled in math, I wonder if he plans on have a career teaching at any level when he gets done with basketball.