The Tutor Me Program (TMP) provides 1:1 academic tutoring/mentoring services, homework help, charter development, and STEM activities. TMP will run from September 06, 2022, through May 12, 2023 (33 weeks); Monday through Friday, 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm. TMP serves at-risk and low-to-moderate income students, grades K-12 that live and attend school in the Greater St. Louis Metropolitan Area.
For the 2022-2023 school year, parents/guardians will have the option to choose to enroll their child(ren) into either virtual or in-person one-hour sessions, twice a week. TMP will be held in person at our Bridgeton location. Tutoring hourly sessions are $30 with a minimum of two sessions per week. Currently, we are in the process of becoming a provider (vendor) for families that receive child care subsidy programming for after-school care programs. The Tutor Me Program will cover the following subjects: Math and Reading Comprehension.
This program has limited spaces due to COVID-19 standards. Parents/guardians will have the opportunity to make their child(ren)'s schedule. Please note that once your child(ren)'s schedule is made, you stick to it. All payments are due on Mondays for services rendered each week.
Applications will open on Monday, August 01, 2022. Applications will close on April 28, 2023, and reopen on Monday, August 01, 2023, for the 2032-2024 school year.
Our trained tutor's college students come from our Community Partners at Saint Louis University (SLU), University Missouri of St. Louis (UMSL), and Webster University. In addition, we recruit high school students from local St. Louis County high schools. Students that are interested in being a Student Tutor, please click here for the application. Also, please remember to fill out the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services Family Care Safety Registry Application.
1. Fill out the online Student Enrollment Form.
2. Parents must make sure that their child attends 95% of their tutoring/mentoring sessions. Students are not allowed to miss more than three scheduled appointments. Parents are to communicate with our staff about their child's attendance matters. If your child misses or is picked up late three or more times, then he/she will be excused from the program.
4. Parents are required to turn in all their child's report cards. Students will be tested monthly to monitor progress and growth and a progress report will be sent home to show this data.
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