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Learning is Engaging and Effective with 1:1 Online or In-Person Tutoring
NRICH Tutoring sessions are online with Zoom meetings. We can work with students anywhere in the U.S! Contact us if your child struggles with reading or math, or just needs support with their work while they are at home. We use games and other interactive learning techniques to keep students engaged. If your child struggled with online classes, please know that 1:1 online tutoring is much different than online classroom learning.
Health and Safety Concerns for In-Person Tutoring at our New Richmond, Wisconson location:
One-on-one Tutoring in a private office provides support to meet the needs of students, while using safety measures to provide a healthy learning environment. All students will be given a temperature check when they come in. We have plexiglass germ guards on tutoring tables, hand sanitizer, and cleaning between each student. Students have individual bins for all their supplies.
Students who meet in the office will be able to check out books (which are in a Book Quarantine for 3 days upon return). Prizes (for those who win a game against their tutor!) are on shelves so options are easy to see without touching other items.
SMALL GROUPS: We have space for six students to have their own learning space and to be 6' away from others. We will do temperature checks for each session and each desk will have hand sanitizer. Students will have their own supplies. Following local school guidelines, masks are no longer required for students.
VACCINATIONS - All tutors have completed COVID Vaccinations. Masks are no longer required for fully vaccinated individuals in our offices.
Contact Dr. Judie at NRICH Tutoring
for a Free Consultation!*
*A free consultation is a conversation (15-30 minutes) by phone, email, Zoom, or in-person. This no-cost, no-obligation consultation is often followed by an evaluation of the student. An evaluation is typically 1-2 sessions, with fees ranging from $60 to $120 for those who sign up for tutoring. Evaluations are for internal use and are not for diagnosis of any learning disability.
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