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College and university students invited to be tutors in SCDSB classroomsDecember 16, 2013 Category: NewsBack to News Page

​The Simcoe County District School Board (SCDSB) invites applications for the Tutors in the Classroom program. This program allows students who are currently enrolled in post-secondary education (Ontario colleges and universities) to work in Simcoe County public elementary schools as tutors with a focus on literacy and numeracy. Applicants must be returning to full- or part-time post-secondary studies in the fall.

Interviews and information training sessions for potential tutors will be conducted at the SCDSB Education Centre (1170 Hwy. 26 in Midhurst) on February 18 and February 25, from 4 to 7 p.m. This process includes professional learning for candidates in the following areas: literacy, numeracy and assistive technology. Students interested in becoming a tutor must pre-register for one of the evening sessions listed above by emailing Pauline Cook at pcook@scdsb.on.ca. A limited number of spaces are available. Principals will select tutors from those who have successfully completed recruitment criteria.

Tutors work up to a maximum of 100 paid hours by June 27, 2014. Schedules will be determined in consultation with SCDSB principals.

Click here to view a poster about the program.

Information:
Ann McClure, Principal of Program K-12
705-734-6363 x11733 or amcclure@scdsb.on.ca