“Today, Ms. Sioux (CLC Tutor) taught me about graphs and data, and she helps me a lot. I had fun!” -J. (5th grade student)
Adult GED Tutoring Success!
“Oh my goodness, I’ve learned so much in such a little time. But I am so grateful for my tutor. I’ve missed so much of this schooling (teaching) when I was younger. But I am so determined to go all the way.” -L.B. (adult GED math student) *L.B. pictured on right with her CLC Tutor, Sioux
Benefits of Professional Tutoring
Tutoring can have a direct effect on a student’s academic performance. Through one-on-one instruction, tutors can help students understand the material more fully and identify areas of weakness. Tutors can help students develop better study habits, such as taking notes, outlining material, and using study guides.
Tutors can provide support and motivation to help students stay on track with their studies while also building a student’s self-confidence.
Tutors can provide a positive environment for learning, which can help students feel more comfortable asking questions and trying new things. Tutors can help students build strong critical thinking skills and feel more confident in their ability to tackle challenging material.
Finally, tutoring can help students develop better time management skills and help them learn how to prioritize tasks. Tutors can help students plan out their studies more efficiently and identify areas where they can improve their study habits.
If you’re looking for a way to help your student succeed, tutoring may be the perfect solution. We can help! Give us a call at (727) 441-4444.
“I’ve been speeding ahead on my phonics, and I want to be going fast on my math. I’ve passed three phonics books now and one math book. I’ve been writing and reading with Ms. Stephanie (CLC Tutor). I’ve been working on the flip charts with Ms. Stephanie. I feel like I’m getting better every day.” -R. (2nd grade student)
Tutoring Student Success!
“I have learned a lot. I didn’t know any of this before. Now, I can say I know most of it, if not all of it!” – L. (10th grade math, grammar & Language Arts Tutoring student)
“I learned a lot of things during my lesson today. I learned where many veggies and types of food grow and why Subway (the restaurant) is called Subway. I also learned new words.
“I had an English test today and I got a 90% on it. The impressive thing is I didn’t have to study for it.
“I was not doing very well in my classes at first, but now I am passing ALL of them!” -J. (10th grade student)
Student and Parent Success Stories!
“Hello! I have been working with my tutor named Sioux. She is an amazing tutor – well recommended. She can help with anything. She is very nice and sweet. I have been working on reading and, yes, I have improved because of the best tutor, Sioux!” -S. (9th grade student)
Success from S’s father:
”I want to share some fantastic news. S. completed his Learner’s Permit test yesterday afternoon!!! He passed with an 82% (required 70%+). This is the result of many months, days, and hours of hard work and… YOUR HELP!!!!!”
“THANK YOU for what you do for us. We are truly thankful for your dedication and support.”
National Read Across America Day
“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)
Turnaround Student of the Year!
Congratulations to our incredible student, Julian!!! Julian received Clearwater Intermediate’s Turnaround Student Award, the Outstanding Academic Achievement Award from the President’s Education Awards Program and had Perfect Attendance for the entire 2020-21 school year!!! Julian, mom and dad stopped by to say THANK YOU to his fabulous tutor, David DeRousse! Well done, Julian and David! Your hard work and persistence through the years has really paid off.
“The future depends on what we do in the present.” – Mahatma Gandhi
(*Published with parents’ permission.)