Workshop “How to support your student in math”

Please join us on Tuesday, February 13 for a workshop on helping your student in math. Parents and Healthy Cities tutors are all welcome!

What will be covered? Guidelines on working with students in math (both elementary and middle school), plus resources, tools and strategies for teaching math. The workshop will be led by 4th grade teacher and a middle school math teacher.

Where: Central Middle School Library
Time: 7:00-8:30 pm

Please rsvp here for attending the workshop

In addition we are offering a tutor information session for anyone interested in becoming a volunteer with Healthy Cities Tutoring. This session precedes the math training and is being held from 6:15-7:00 pm, also at Central Middle School. Hope you can join us and help us support more children on our waiting lists.

Any questions, email info@healthycitiestutoring.org or call 650 508-7327.

Scholarship Award Program

We have exciting news for high school seniors. Healthy Cities Tutoring will award TWO (2) $500-$750 scholarships to graduating high school seniors who volunteered for two or more years as a Healthy Cities tutor and plan to attend a 2 or 4 year college or trade school.

Click here for more information.

Training for new tutors on November 8

Did you miss the training in October? No worries, there is another one coming up on November 8 at Clifford School.

Healthy Cities Tutoring provided tutors for 431 students at 11 schools in San Carlos and Redwood City during the 2016-2017 school year. Additional tutors are needed again this year to meet the need.

Volunteers range in age from 14-94 and no prior tutoring experience is needed – just an interest in helping a child for 45 minutes once a week. Scheduling is flexible, before, during or after school.

TRAINING INFORMATION

  • When: Wednesday November 8
  • Time:  6:30-8:00 pm in the school library
  • Where:  Clifford School, 225 Clifford Avenue, Redwood City

This year we collected data directly from the students enrolled in the program on their experience. Some of those comments included the following:

  •   “I like how you were the only kid and it made it a lot easier.”
  •   “She was very kind to me when I had problems with other kids.”
  •   “She encouraged me to keep going forward.”

 We need more tutors like YOU! Hope you can join us on november 8th

New tutor training on October 18

Healthy Cities tutoring provided tutors for 431 students at 11 schools in San Carlos and Redwood City during the 2016-2017 school year. Additional tutors are needed again this year to meet the need.

Volunteers range in age from 14-94 and no prior tutoring experience is needed – just an interest in helping a child for 45 minutes once a week. Scheduling is flexible, before, during or after school.

TRAINING INFORMATION

  • Where: White Oaks School, Multi-use Room, 1901 White Oak Way, San Carlos
  • When: October 18
  • Time: Two identical sessions offered: 8:30-10:30 AM and 6:30-8:30 PM.

This year we collected data directly from the students enrolled in the program on their experience. Some of those comments included the following:

  •   “I like how you were the only kid and it made it a lot easier.”
  •   “She was very kind to me when I had problems with other kids.”
  •   “She encouraged me to keep going forward.”

 We need more tutors like YOU! Hope you can join us on October 18th

 

 

A lovely celebration of our volunteers

On Wednesday, May 17, Healthy Cities Tutoring held its 21st annual Volunteer Recognition Reception to celebrate and honor the 361 volunteers who made a difference in the lives of our students this year.

The Council Chambers of City Hall in San Carlos was filled to the brim with Healthy Cities volunteers, teachers, parents, students and supporters from the community to celebrate this years volunteers.

The reception began with opening remarks from San Carlos Mayor Bob Grassilli, San Carlos School Board Board President Nicole Bergeron and Redwood City School Board President Hilary Paulson. Additional speakers at the event included principal Steven Kaufman, tutors Samuel Kaufman and Eimon Amjadi, parent Corrina Prado and student Mina Maldonado. All these speakers touched on how the program has made a difference in their lives.

Certificates of appreciation were handed out to all of the volunteer tutors. In addition, HCT was proud to honor the tutors who have reached a noteworthy tutoring anniversary:

5 years Tutoring Award Recipients:

  • Judy Adams
  • Nancy Agronin
  • Heather Azadi
  • Bill Barrons
  • Nancy Crampton
  • Janis Daniel
  • Sandra Green
  • Penny Greenberg
  • Samuel Kaufman
  • Judy Langstrom
  • Laura Macfarlane
  • Sara Mancini
  • Marina Morilla
  • Peter Tzifas
  • Vivian Wang

10 years Tutoring Award Recipients:

  • Cris Adair
  • John Carpenter

15 years  Tutoring Award Recipients:

  • David Becht
  • Bob Bensi
  • Bob Langstrom
  • Carolynn Licht
  • Cathy Wilcox

20 years Tutoring Award Recipient:

  • Linda Townsend

Many thanks to all of our volunteer tutors and the support form the broader community that makes this work possible!