TutorMe, an online tutoring solution creating access and opportunity for all students, announces a partnership with Snowline Joint Unified School District (JUSD). This partnership provides high school students in the rural community with accessible tutoring support to meet graduation requirements.
The state of California provided the district with an A-G Completion Improvement Grant, which allows districts to purchase resources students need to improve their knowledge. The district used the funding to acquire TutorMe for students to increase their subject knowledge for the A-G requirements, which they must pass to apply to a four-year university.
Through the partnership with TutorMe, students can work one-on-one with high-quality tutors 24/7 when it works best for them, whether before school, after school, or even on weekends. TutorMe enables meaningful connections that students need to learn and thrive, creating better learning outcomes for the entire school community.
“TutorMe provides our students an additional avenue for growth,” said Michele Scribner, assistant principal at Serrano High School. “We are always searching for new tools and resources to provide accessible learning support for our students. This partnership ensures that students of all backgrounds and with varying levels of technology access are able to get the help they need to succeed.”
Located in California, Snowline JUSD serves more than 8,000 pre-K–12 students. They also serve continuing adult education programs and alternative high school completion programs throughout their community. The partnership with TutorMe provides high school students with an additional academic resource, complementing instruction in the classroom.
TutorMe’s on-demand tutoring model pairs each student with a high-quality tutor based on their specific requests. They also provide diversified support through chat, voice and video-enabled tutoring, and interactive whiteboarding, ensuring students can access the benefits of tutoring at no cost to families.
“We look forward to working with teachers and staff to ensure each student at Snowline JUSD receives the tutoring support they need and when they need it most,” said Kyle Baker, chief of staff at TutorMe.
To learn more about how TutorMe partners with K–12 schools and districts, please visit https://tutorme.com/k12-partners/.
The American Consortium for Equity in Education, publisher of the "Equity & Access" journal, celebrates and connects the educators, associations, community partners and industry leaders who are working to solve problems and create a more equitable environment for historically underserved pre K-12 students throughout the United States.