• STEPS TO TAKE … IF YOU ARE HAVING DIFFICULTY IN A CLASS

     

    1. Speak to your teacher.  Find out if there is an option for one-on-one assistance before or after school or at lunch time.  Seek suggestions from the teacher on what you can do to study for test, boost your grade, or how to increase your knowledge about the subject being studied in class.

     

    1. Your next step is to talk with your counselor.  Find out if there is an option for tutoring, either free or private (with a fee).

     

    1. Speak with your parents about the possibility of tutoring or some other way of helping you get your grades up.  If you need something that will aid your studying, ask them to help you.
     
     
    PLEASE NOTE: The names and contact information listed here are provided for the convenience of students and families. The inclusion of any individual or organization on this list does not constitute or imply an endorsement or recommendation by the District. The District does not endorse or recommend individual providers, products or services. Tutor availability is subject to change.
     
     
     
     
     
     
Last Modified on September 27, 2017