Tutors ready to help WHS students
Juniors and seniors in National Honor Society available before and after school to help with many subjects
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Are you a student who is struggling in classes and wants some assistance getting those grades up? Students from Watertown High School have started up their tutoring program in the library, where tutors can help each day before and after school.
National Honor Society juniors and seniors who have taken the classes before are the tutors, providing helpful study tricks, homework help, or explaining concepts and subjects to anyone from any grade.
Monday is science tutoring, Tuesdays are math, Wednesday is English, and Thursdays are history and languages.
For those with commitments after school, WHS students can get help starting at 7:3o a.m. If rolling out of bed earlier isn’t your style, after school is an option starting at 2:30 p.m. If neither of those work, you can speak to Adrienne Eaton in guidance about individual options for subjects, or if you would want one specific tutor to work with one on one.
If interested, you can drop in during the times allotted to the library or be in touch with Ms. Eaton by email ([email protected]) or in person.
–Nov. 23, 2016–
Alexis Caira is a veteran member of the Raider Times staff (2014-17).