Chloe Davis

Need help on your school work and don’t know who to go to? The National Junior Honor Society can help you out! NJHS is putting on a tutoring program to help students. The members ofNJHS are working hard to organize the new program. Students can sign up for tutoring at the guidance center. The first couple months tutors will play some games with their partners to connect with them.

Tutoring is starting around the end of November and anyone is welcome to come down. Seventh grader Summer Nielsen said, “I think this opportunity is very good for kids. Especially the ones that need help because they can talk with kids their age instead of adults. I think my favorite part about this is one day I would know that I helped out kids out when no one else would.”

Eighth grader Brooklyn French believes tutoring for our school is super important, considering there’s some kids out there who need help and can learn, especially from somebody in their same age group.  She states, “My favorite part about our plan to tutor is knowing that we can help when other students need it.”