Below are 3 FREE (live in-person, online, and on phone) tutorial resources our students can use
IN PERSON ON SATURDAYS AT USF - ALL SUBJECTS
Urban Scholars: Program at USF Math Department that provides tutoring K-12 in all subject areas. You may visit their web site or call for more information: http://math.usf.edu/outreach/scholars/
(813) 974-9734 To register and get started, you do not have to call ahead. Student and parent may go in person to Cooper Hall at USF, 3rd Floor, and bring registration form, on any Saturday morning, except for holidays and university breaks. They also provide computer literacy classes for the parents during the sessions.
EVERY DAY ONLINE - ENGLISH, MATH, SOCIAL STUDIES, SCIENCE
Hillsborough County Public Library Cooperative: HCPLC has partnered with Tutor.com to offer free, online tutoring to students in grades 4-12. They will assist with English, Social Studies, Math and Science every day from 2 p.m. to 12 a.m. Go to the following URL http://www.hcplc.org/hcplc/justkids/. There is a Homework Help section on that page, and the user would click on the yellow Tutor.com Live one-on-one tutoring icon. Have your library card handy because you will have to enter your card number to be connected for help.
(Students use their Student ID #.)
THURSDAY BY PHONE - MATH
Math Homework Hotline number for Thursdays 5:30-7:00pm at 813-840-7260. http://mhh.mysdhc.org/