Free tutoring available with The Greater Dayton School
From October 2021-May 2022, The Greater Dayton School is offering a 100% free tutoring program for kids ages 4-8 in the greater Dayton area. We’re providing each child in the program with an individualized learning plan that will boost their performance in reading and or math. Plus, kids who meet the attendance targets of the program will get a touch-screen laptop computer!
There are only 40 slots available, so apply today! The deadline to apply is October 1st.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What is covered in tutoring?
Whether your child is below grade level, at grade level, or above grade level, we offer individualized tutoring plans for each child we serve. At the beginning of the program, we will assess your child to find their unique strengths and weaknesses. Based on the assessment results, we will tailor make a personalized learning plan for each student. Our world-class teachers will implement the plan for the duration of the program.
We cover the areas of Reading and Math in the program.
What is the time commitment?
Students and families must commit to 60-120 minutes per week of tutoring, plus 30 minutes per week of tutoring homework. Tutoring occurs on evenings and weekends, so it doesn’t interfere with regular school.
Tutoring begins Nov. 1, 2021 and ends May 13, 2022. We’re closed for holidays and spring break, following a traditional school calendar.
Where does tutoring take place?
Students will be placed in a virtual program or an in-person program. Our in-person facility is located in central Dayton, near downtown. The virtual program can be done from the comfort of your own home.
How much does it cost?
$0. There are no gimmicks or back-end sales. We’re providing a 100% free tutoring program for kids from low income households in the Dayton area.
Who qualifies for the free tutoring program?
Any student living in the greater Dayton region that is at or below 130% of the federal poverty guidelines is eligible for free tutoring from The Greater Dayton School. If you don’t know if you’re at or below the threshold, go ahead and apply. We can look at it for you.
Who do I contact for questions or help with my application?