When should I talk to Staff/Site Coordinators?


  • A student seems to be having trouble with a particular reading skill, and you aren’t sure of the best way to solve the problem.

  • The student is having trouble choosing a book.

  • You want to know which level of books to choose.

  • You want to know the most effective way to explain a homework skill.

  • The student discloses information to you that may be hazardous to his/her health.

  • The student is engaging in activities that are dangerous to himself/herself/others.

  • The student is misbehaving or is noncompliant.

  • You feel as though you and your student are not a good match.  Some tutor-student pairs work better than others.  Please don’t hesitate if you don’t feel you are in a good match, this is not a reflection on you or the student.

  • If you are not sure if you should talk to staff, please just assume that you should.



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