USF Polytechnic offers summer tutoring in reading and writing for first through eighth graders.
(Lakeland, Fla., April 14, 2009) — The University of South Florida Polytechnic isÂ offeringÂ its Summer Tutoring in Reading and Writing (STRW) program for first through eighth grade students who are experiencingÂ reading difficulties.Â Tutoring is provided by graduate candidates who are completing their master of arts in reading from USFP and who are current elementary and middle school teachers in the community. STRW is supervised by Drs. Sherry Kragler and Ruth Sylvester from the division of Childhood Education and Literacy Studies.
Students who are selected to participate are assessed using multiple informal reading and writing assessments. Based on the results of these assessments, an instruction plan is developed and implemented for each child by their assigned tutor. Instruction may be one-on-one or in small groups.
Tutoring sessions will be heldÂ from 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM Monday and Wednesday on June 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, and 24. The cost for the summer tutoring is $40.00.
Transportation to USF Polytechnic is the responsibility of the child’s parent or guardian. At the end of the project the child’s parent or guardian will receive a progress report.
Parents and guardians can go to poly.usf.edu/RWTutoring and select “Register Online” to register and pay the $40.00 registration fee. Registration deadline is May 8.
For more information contact Tracey CaysonÂ 863.667.7072, email@example.com