Tutoring Registration for SPRING 2017
Literacy Tutoring: SPRING 2017
The Center for Learning & Literacy is providing tutoring for students in grades K-6 during the SPRING Semester of 2017. The tutoring program will provide one hour of individual one-on-one tutoring. Each session will work on literacy skills using digital storytelling, reading, and writing. Each child will be individually assessed using an Informal Reading Inventory, a spelling inventory, and given a writing assessment. Individualized instruction will be provided in order to support and enhance each child's literacy development. A mid-term assessment and a final assessment (including a DVD and lesson analysis) will be provided to the family at the conclusion of the program.
SPRING Tutoring Dates: FEBRUARY 1st --MAY 2nd
||Days/Times||Open House||Tutoring Dates||Family Conference Night|
|Grades K-3||Tuesday-Thursday 4:15 -5:15 p.m.||Feb. 2||Feb. 7-April 27||May 2|
|Grades 4-8||Monday-Wednesday 4:15-5:15 p.m.||Feb. 1||Feb. 6-April 26||May 1|
Times: 4:15 p.m.-5:15 p.m.
Grade Levels: Grades K-3 (Tuesday-Thursday)
Grades 4-6 (Monday-Wednesday)
Please note that each tutoring session is designed to meet the needs of struggling readers at specific grade levels. In order to meet the needs of the students we adhere to the grade level structure listed above. The tutoring program is designed for students who are struggling with reading and are typically reading below their current grade level. All tutoring slots are reserved for struggling readers and while we understand that it can be easier to enroll siblings, each child's application is considered individually. We do not assist students with homework nor do we use any prepared programs. Each tutor assesses their student and designs individualized lessons for them each day.
Registration Fee: $ 300 SCHOLARSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE-----------PLEASE CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION
Registration Process: We receive many applications for the tutoring program. Program slots are dependent on the UNR student course enrollment for each semester in order to maintain the one-on-one ratio. We do not accept students until the UNR add/drop date the second week of September. If your child is accepted you will receive a welcome packet with additional information, other students will be placed on a waiting list. You may contact Erica Charles if you have any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org OR 775-682-5522
Location: WRB 3050 UNR Education Building, Center for Learning & Literacy. We are located under the star on this map.
Parking: Twenty minute parking passes for the south east corner parking area of the Education Building are provided for pick up and drop off.