Free after school tutoring center on Mondays and Wednesdays


Arion Archibald

Mr Handberry helping a student.

Arion Archibald, Contributing Writer

The free after-school tutoring program is a strategy or solution where students who need extra help can go to the library and get help from certified core class teachers. The program is held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 2-4 pm with a late bus provided. The goal of the program is for students to receive the extra help they need.

Camille Genovese, an English teacher, believes “the tutoring program is a great opportunity for students. Tutoring is typically very expensive, especially when it’s one-on-one with a certified teacher” she also believes that “Tutoring and flex are very different and are great for different reasons.

An idea both Genovese and Derek Handberry, a history teacher, contributed was that “The tutoring center is a great way for students to get support in addition to flex.

This valuable tutoring program not only has core teachers but also has bilingual teachers that help non-English speakers with their work. 

Overall the tutoring center is an extensive resource to students, where they can get help with their work and be able to gain a deeper understanding of their studies.