Tutoring program benefits students

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Tutoring program benefits students

To sign up for the tutoring program go to the guidance counselor or Patricia Sohmers room to grap a paper.

To sign up for the tutoring program go to the guidance counselor or Patricia Sohmers room to grap a paper.

McKenzie Quirin

To sign up for the tutoring program go to the guidance counselor or Patricia Sohmers room to grap a paper.

McKenzie Quirin

McKenzie Quirin

To sign up for the tutoring program go to the guidance counselor or Patricia Sohmers room to grap a paper.

McKenzie Quirin, Reporter

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The National Honor Society started a tutoring program for students in the school.

The program has met on a regular bases since the second week of school.

Students can come before school in A311 to review for tests or to study as well as getting help on homework.

Papers are be available in the guidance office or Patricia Sohmer’s classroom for anyone who would like to get help from the program.

“Every year we have a lot of success and the kids who participate or have participated in the program do actually bring their grades up,” Sohmer said.

Besides coming to A311 in the mornings, students can get an assigned tutor for no charge.