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Math tutoring. Hawaiian language fluency is not necessary.
Provide intensive, one-on-one, math help for students during the school day. Keiki (children) may be from any grade level (K-12), but most will be from 4th through 12th grade. A special computer program, “IXL,” will provide worksheets and answer guides that are tailored to each child’s area of weakness. Tutors should help keiki understand the concepts needed to complete the worksheets.
During the school day. Because we hope you will develop a good rapport with your keiki, you should schedule your shifts with regularity. No more than 3 hours may be done per week. A minimum commitment of ten tutoring hours is required per semester.
- Arrive early for each shift; you must stop at the main building’s Administrative Office to sign in for each shift. Then, you may be escorted by Ms. Reyes to the library for training/tutoring.
- •It is critical that you honor your commitment to each shift you’ve chosen because your child (tutee) will be pulled out from class to meet you.
Ms. Mahinameli Reyes (Student Services Coordinator) will be your primary on-site supervisor and trainer. Ms. Leilani Kamalani & Ms. Kaʻoi Nuʻuanu may also assist with supervision in the library.
On your first scheduled day of tutoring, you should arrive 20 minutes BEFORE your start time, for a short training session. Check in at the main office, and wait for Ms. Mahinameli Reyes to meet you there.
Questions about this program should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have an emergency on the day of a scheduled shift, call Ms. Reyes at (808) 733-8499. Only under extenuating circumstances, changes to your schedule may be arranged at least 2 business days ahead of time, by emailing email@example.com.