Free homework help offered after school for any student


Jocelyn Fetter

Homework help. Students are offered the opportunity to catch up on homework and other assignments in the library. Teachers from multiple subject departments sit with students and offer their help.

Cassidy Klock, Reporter

Due to the pandemic, some students have found an issue with following along in class and have been struggling to complete assignments. The school district has started after school tutoring sessions for free homework help to any student who wishes to receive it. 

“This school year, we’re seeing more students struggling both with motivation and academics. Academic support is one way that we’re addressing kids’ needs,” assistant principal Keri Harrington said. 

On Mondays and Wednesdays students can go to the library located in the B Building of the high school to receive English and Mathematics help;  on Tuesdays and Thursdays students can receive history and science help. History and science sessions are available from 3-4 p.m. along with the English and mathematics.

All sessions at any time are available for walk-ins and no sign-up sheets are available.  

It is encouraged by teachers to reach out if students are having difficulties this year with completing their school work. 

“Homework help is a unique opportunity for students to work one-on-one with their teachers or other teachers of the same subject.  We can assist with completing homework, offer study tips and re-explain challenging concepts.  I hope that students begin to attend homework help more frequently.  There is never any shame in asking for assistance; this is what teachers do,” English teacher Connor Chywski said.