Scope and Expectations. These special, courtesy sessions are moderated by one teacher and one or more student teaching assistant(s). Homework Help is not 1:1 tutoring. Several children share a room, with instructors taking turns working with several students. Students should attempt their homework prior to attending the Homework Help session, and should prepare specific questions for the homework help tutors. Homework help sessions are not intended to go over the entire homework with your student, and cannot be relied on to help with review of large portions of previous material. Rather, the intent of these sessions is to help students with specific questions on their current homework. If your child needs more extensive help, please consider combining Homework Help sessions with private tutoring as needed.
Limitations. To ensure that all of our students have fair access to this free service, we may limit per-child access to 4 sessions per semester. If unreserved spots are available, children are welcome even after the limit of 4 sessions is exceeded. Please be aware that if you have exceeded the 4 class limit, then the slot you have reserved may be offered to another student if no other slots are available. In the rare even that this happens, you will be notified about the change. Please also note that as a complimentary service, homework help is only available to our families whose accounts are currently paid. If your Smart tuition account has a balance overdue, this free tutoring service will not be available until the account is paid and up to date.
Scroll Down if you do not see your class.Please note: In elementary school, the homework is typically given as a separate packet, referred to as "Meet", and the homework assignment is simply the number of that Meet. If your child's homework is given as a list of problems from a larger packet, which is usually in middle and high school, the homework assignment lists the problem numbers from a larger packet earlier given in class.
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