Popularity is a powerful drug. Some slack off and make trouble to get with the in-crowd. Be supportive yet insist on success in school too.
Check your local Brookline, Dover, Natick, Needham, Newton, Wayland, Wellesley, Weston, & Sudbury newspapers over the next several weeks for info on our 7th annual Animal Rescue League collection drive. You can also call 781-492-8700 for more info.
COMING SOON: From Nov 1 – Jan 1 we will be collecting old towels, blankets, toys, bedding, and food for the Animal Rescue League of Boston’s Dedham shelter. This is our 7th annual collection drive. We will travel to your home even if you are not a client. For more information or to schedule a pick up, call 781-492-8700.
Tutoring is not the end, but the beginning. A good tutor can open all closed doors. Tutors change students lives forever.
There are a lot of great educational apps for your phone. There is help with homework, organization, SAT and studying. These tools can help students school work improve.
The Library Foundation of Needham will be hosting the Black, White & Read All Over Gala in support of the Needham Public Library. When we heard of this event, we jumped at the chance to donate a Y3K Tutor In Your Home gift certificate for their auction. The Gala celebrates Needham’s many writers and will fund the Needham Public Library’s programs beyond the town’s budget. Needham’s residents will see many unique products and services offered by surrounding businesses including Y3K Tutor In Your Home. This event will support not only all of the children of the Needham Public Schools that often use the Needham Public Library, but also the Needham community as a whole.
The physically challenged need the same chances as others. Accommodations must be given and payoff big dividends. This is for N in Brookline, MA.
Tell the school nurse of any allergies/medications affecting your student. Emergencies do happen sometimes. This answers a question by A. from Weston MA.
Energy drinks & coffee can make a student’s bad situation worse. Y3K Tutor In Your Home says the bad outweighs good for caffeine & sugar.
Special ed. kids need the same homework as the others, but adapted. They should be held to the same expectations. This answers a question asked by D. from Wellesley MA.