Community Learning Center Blog

Student Success!

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“I always learn new things with my tutor, Ms. Elisabeth. She’s nice. I’ve been doing lots of math with her. I’ve done pluses and minuses and times. Sometimes, I do my homework with her and it makes me happy. It makes me feel excited to do work with her. I like that I can finish it and then turn it in the next day. And Ms. Elisabeth makes me laugh a lot.” -D. (2nd grade student)

Kristen HarperStudent Success!
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Community Learning Center’s NEW Afternoon Classes!

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Classes happen once per week and run 6 weeks beginning Tuesday, Feb. 22nd. Classes will be held at the Clearwater Community Volunteers Center at 133 N Fort Harrison Ave in Clearwater, FL. Sign up for as many classes as you would like!


Tuesdays – Beginning Spanish, 3 – 3:50 pm, $90 for six classes

Tuesdays – Music, 4 – 4:50 pm, $90 for six classes

Thursdays – Art, 3 – 3:50 pm, $90 for six classes + $12 materials

Thursdays – Etiquette, 4 – 4:50 pm, $90 for six classes + $25 food

Please call (727) 441-4444 to sign your child up. Spaces are limited.

Kristen HarperCommunity Learning Center’s NEW Afternoon Classes!
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Middle School Student Success

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“One of the things in the past I really did not know is how to get my math test grade up but when I got a tutor (Ms. Sioux), she helped me with hard math problems. She made it simple for me and gave me different ways to do the math problems and (taught me) how to make sure my work is correct. Instead of getting C’s and D’s, I get A’s and B’s on my tests now.” – A. (6th grade student)

Jen NickersonMiddle School Student Success
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Adult Tutoring Success

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On the Teacher’s Hat Course:

“I imagine that a teacher’s hat looks a lot like the hat of a chef or maybe a baker. You take the fundamentals or say your building blocks, and piece by piece you send them into the bowl. It all mixes together and then you put it in the oven and out pops a delicious cake. The Teacher’s Hat puts the lessons in the most basic of terms, which makes learning them for the teacher easy and simple to digest. I learned a lot from the study guides, so much it makes me want to start learning all over again!!” – D.W. (adult student)

Jen NickersonAdult Tutoring Success
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