WASHOE COUNTY, Nev. (775 Times, NV Globe) – Students in middle and high school who require additional assistance may now obtain it at any time of day, due to a tutoring program created by the Washoe County School District.
It’s known as Paper. It is provided free of charge to all WCSD students in grades 6 through 12. The program, which provides kids with access to a live tutor whenever they need it, was acquired by WCSD.
The district claims that the epidemic is still having an impact on pupils’ learning, and it expects that this will assist bridge some of that gap.
“Many students are further behind than they were before the pandemic. Our teachers can’t be there all the time for our students so outside of school hours, students do have access to adult support in the subjects where they’re struggling,” said Adriana Publico, WCSD ESSER Project Manager.
The school district is using COVID relief funding from the federal government to deliver the program this school year and next school year. Login information and online lessons are available at washoeschools.net/paper.
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