Youth Activities and Services Directory
Academics and Tutoring
Tutoring with Elizabeth Radakovich
Tutoring, evaluations, consulting, home school evaluations
Ms. Radakovich can help your child learn specific skills, practice skills to mastery, and/or provide homework support. She is a teacher with 30 years experience who holds degrees in Elementary Education and Special Education. She has been a private tutor, education consultant, and home school student evaluator for over 20 years. Ms. Radakovich enjoys working with students with special needs. Her passion is to help students learn in the ways that work best for them. References available.
Free Tutoring in Reading
Children's Literacy Center (CLC) is a local nonprofit organization that provides free tutoring in reading to eligible children at the Monument Library.
See their detailed information here.
Parents/guardians should check with their child's teacher, or contact Pamela Polke, CLC Program Director, at 719-471-8642, ext. 2
In addition, teen volunteers (age 14 and older) are also needed. If you are 14 years or older and are able to commit to a 12-week tutoring session, contact the Children's Literacy Center for more information about volunteering as a tutor. All volunteers are trained to use CLC's Peak Reader curriculum - no background in education is required.
Dr. Barb Masciarelli offers private academic tutoring in Reading, Writing, and Math offered on a weekly basis. Support with homework completion, organization, test preparation is also available. Upper elementary and middle level students preferred. Also experienced with and welcome high school students. Contact by phone or email: (719) 598-2219; email@example.com.
Ed2Go Online Classes
Learning Points offers a wide range of highly interactive courses that you can take entirely over the internet. All of the courses are led by expert instructors, many of whom are nationally known authors. The online courses are affordable, fun, fast, convenient, and geared just for you.