NHS continues to help struggling students
Members of NHS have taken it upon themselves to spend time before and after school helping students who are struggling in math. Not only does this benefit the kids being tutored, but it also helps the members of NHS stay confident in their skills.
Sponsor Sheila Raleigh explains how NHS tutoring came together.
“We started doing tutoring for Sunrise last year when they were running low on teachers that were able to tutor,” Raleigh said. “The NHS students volunteered and we do it every Tuesday and Thursday morning, and after school Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.”
Although it is not required of members to attend every tutoring session, NHS students have stayed faithful to those needing help.
“It’s an option [to tutor], but we do require that they do something at least something every month,” Mrs. Raleigh said. “They can choose tutoring or we have other activities as well.”
All students at SMHS are able to come to tutoring at any time during the tutoring days.