The Tutoring/Mentoring Program
Tutoring is essential for the success of many low-income children. In 2020, Community Storehouse started providing tutoring and mentoring for students in the Keller, Northwest, Carroll, and Argyle ISD's. With mentoring, our students will have the opportunity to make academic strides while compensating for the challenges faced at school (socio-economic, language, and cultural barriers to name a few). Tutoring provides a consistent, nurturing environment with role models who value education.
Most importantly, our tutoring program provides low-income students with fundamental learning skills such as self-sufficiency, dedication, organizational skills, time management, note-taking and research skills.
Currently, Community Storehouse provides a free mentoring opportunity for a limited number of qualified, low-income children, in grades 1-8. The focus is on grade-level skills for reading and mathematics and the skills essential for academic success. The tutoring program is offered on-site in the Achievement Center at the Community Storehouse. Tutoring hours are offered Monday-Thursday 4:30-5:30pm and 5:30-6:30pm.
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