UWF funds tutorial systems and volunteer tutors at public elementary schools in Port Townsend and Chimacum. Volunteer tutors provide support for students by helping them play math “games” that are designed to develop specific math skills. Tutors help the students read instructions, stay focused, and learn the math skills being taught by the game. Volunteers include women and men from AAUW and the community-at-large. The program was initiated by AAUW in January 2011. By encouraging children to develop basic math skills, you will help them build a strong foundation needed for success in higher math. An orientation session for tutors and a resource book is provided. Contacts are listed below.
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PORT TOWNSEND/ SALISH COAST MATH and STEM PROJECTS
A STEM grant of nearly $4,000 for 2021/22 provided a wide inventory of technical equipment used throughout the classrooms to support integrated activities (read more…) STEM funding for 2020/21 was used for individualized boxes of learning activities for school and home use. Traditional in-person tutoring is temporarily closed for health crisis. In normal years, volunteer tutors work with students for approximately 2 hours or as substitutes on call. Contact email@example.com
CHIMACUM MATH and STEM PROJECTS
STEM funding supports online learning software and systems. Traditional in-person tutoring is temporarily closed for health crisis. In normal years, volunteer tutors work with elementary students for approximately 2 hours or as substitutes on call. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org