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Tutoring For Your Needs • Passion For Education

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May 012012

With summer just around the corner, students eagerly await the moment they will get to rest and relax without having to worry about studying or doing homework; however, there are detrimental learning losses when children are on summer break.  To avoid learning loss, many researchers suggest that children get tutoring or participate in educational summer camps, during the summer, in order to retain the information they have learned during the school year and to prepare for the new information they will be learning during the new school year.  To find out more about the importance of summer tutoring click on the link and read our informative blog.

We are excited to announce the winners of our Roosevelt and Norco Share Your Passion Scholarships.  These two young ladies showed us what they are passionate about and how they will use their passions to help others.  They are both inspirational young ladies that show how passion can lead us all to achieve greatness and do it selflessly.  Read their essays to learn more about these two bright and inspirational students.

Jennifer Aneke, our Scholarship winner from Roosevelt High School, discusses the role racial discrimination has played in her life, and how she plans on becoming a lawyer in order to combat racism and help others not have to go through the same obstacles that she has gone through.

Jennifer Aneke

Similarly, Julia Schemmer, our Scholarship winner from Norco High School, talks about how her sister’s Leukemia inspired her to want to go into medicine and become a doctor in order to help people in India and Kenya.

Julia Schemmer

Students still have the opportunity to win one of the many scholarships we are offering this year.  We are giving back to our community by offering a $250 scholarship.  In order to participate, students must be from one of the schools that have had a student tutored by the Tutoring Solution – Sky Country Elementary, San Joaquin Elementary, Wickman Elementary, Eastvale Elementary, Loma Vista Elementary, Oxford Preparatory Academy, Townsend Junior High School, Roosevelt High School, Alta Loma High School, Norco High School, Centennial High School, Chino Hills High School, Ontario Christian High School, Beaumont High School, Damien High School, Colony High School, Flintridge Sacred Heart, Fontana High School, Patriot High School, South Pasadena High School and Ayala High School.  Students must simply write an essay describing what they are passionate about and how they will be using their passion in order to help others.

We are excited to be participating in GATE-together again this year.  On May 19th, we will be presenting our tips on blog writing to Elementary and Junior High School GATE students from the Chino Valley Unified School District.  GATE-together is a terrific program aimed at gifted students from 4th to 8th grade.  The students are presented with several different workshops spanning many different subjects, and they are given the opportunity to pick 3 that they are interested in.  The workshops expose these gifted students to many different subjects and they allow them to explore different ways of expressing their creativity.

In an effort to share the knowledge that we have acquired throughout the years we have written a few blog articles on topics that we are very passionate about.  Some of the more noteworthy ones are our blog articles on the benefits of Arts Educationhow to improve your child’s Critical Thinking Skills, and our School on Wheels Motivating the Unmotivated Workshop Review.

If you know someone who could benefit from our tutoring services, please pass along this newsletter or give us a call.  Our objective is to help students achieve their goals and become productive members of society, help us achieve that objective.

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