K1 Phi-Chi at the AUC Tutoring Foster Children 10 New Photos Latest
K1 recently commenced the first phase of our Tutoring Program for Foster Children in collaboration with the Phi-Chi Service Organization at American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine (AUC).
It is incredibly beneficial and important for children to receive that one-on-one attention and extra guidance when having struggles with a subject, enabling them to grasp the information in a timely manner and stay on pace for future information and topics they will receive in school.
The Tutoring Program aids in assisting children from 3rd to 8th grade in Foster Care under Foundation Judicial Institutes St. Maarten.
The program ran 2-3 times per month for the Spring 2022 Semester and some of the subjects that the children were tutored in were Math, English, Science, Reading, and more.
We started off with a small group of approximately 10 children, and the guardian expressed the need for one-on-one guidance for better improvement and shared her appreciation for the program’s continuation on a more regular basis.
The AUC volunteers have been tremendous and we are grateful for their partnership thus far. President of the Phi-Chi Organization, Prathyusha Pinnamaneni shared her thoughts saying
“The volunteers have loved working with the children and really appreciate the opportunity to do so! I’ve heard from them that all of the children are very sweet and a pleasure to work with and would definitely like for this program to continue in the future semesters as well.
I couldn’t agree more and it has been a very rewarding opportunity for us “.
The Tutoring Program will continue this coming Fall Semester and the goal is to expand with more children under foster care and volunteers from AUC.
For one of the tutoring sessions, Motorworld let us use one of their vans so that we can have transportation to carry the children to AUC for their tutoring session. Thank you Motorworld St. Maarten / St. Martin!
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