Volunteer mentors are available to provide weekly one-on-one support for your child in grades 1-4. These support sessions include:
Turning Point Learning Community mentors have been screened and trained in order to develop safe, meaningful
relationships with students and to
provide positive adult role-modeling
as well as educational support.
Each mentor has the desire to help students reach their full potential by instilling confidence within the student of his or her own abilities. Mentors will always seek to provide a comfortable and
nurturing environment to help the
child grow and succeed.
Parents can expect…
- An initial interview with their child’s mentor to get to know the student’s strengths and educational needs.
- Periodic meetings with mentors to review the child’s progress.
- Progress reports, as requested, to be shared with the child’s teachers. All student information to be treated with confidentiality.
- Students to arrive promptly for their sessions with homework and needed materials.
- Parents to drop off and pick up their students promptly and to sign them in and out.
If you are reading this, you consider education to be important. You have also realized that someone in your household needs additional support. In order to be of service, we need some information about the student seeking support. First, there are some forms to fill out. Click on the links below to print and complete these forms at home (we've provided both a Word document and a PDF version for each). Please bring these forms to your first meeting with a TPLC mentor.
Next, we need to know when we can meet with your student and the subjects in which they need support. Complete all the information below to sign-up for an appointment to begin educational support. Someone will contact you to confirm the appointment. We will do our best to honor your choices based on mentor(s) who are available at those times.
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