Welcome Back!

Ah, the first days of school are here and summer is officially over.

Tutoring with Delaney is back in business after a mini-vacation last week and we are eager to fill some open slot times that are still available with one of our 6 certified instructors. Serving grades k-college and also offering Spanish language, we have weekday times, evenings and weekend slots.
Book directly at tutoringwithdelaney.setmore.com



During the month of August, Tutoring with Delaney will be donating $5 of every session to ProjectNOLA.org to help support the crime camera program!

You can also donate directly to https://gofundme.com/crimecameras or if you have an items/services to donate for the silent auction taking place August 29th at 8:00pm, you can contact Caroline at (504)669-3848, and automatically be entered to win your very own loaner crime camera + a year maintenance ($300 value)!

All donations are tax deductible!

Please share this post with your friends on social media to help raise awareness of the campaign 🙂

Much Love Always,

*terms and conditions apply, winners will need to show proof of ownership before any residential/commercial installations

Busy, Busy, Busy

July and August are shaping up to be very busy months already. Although sessions are still available for days, nights and weekends, they are filling up fast!

We are urging all past clients who know they would like to resume a tutoring schedule once school begins, to please call now. We have started booking July-October. So please call 504-669-3848 to save your spot!

Thank you for your continued business 🙂

Field Trip Opportunity!

This week, we will be field tripping to City Park for a day of ropes obstacles and a nature hike through the Louisiana Outdoor Outreach Program.

Date: Wednesday, June 29th

Time: 9:30am-3pm

Location: Students should be dropped off in front of the arboretum on Harrison Ave, next to the police horse stables

Cost: $35.00

What to bring: plenty of water, a small towel, sunblock, sun hat/cap, comfortable shoes for 3 mile hike, sensible snacks and lunch

Who: ages 9-14

Contact: Caroline or Erin at 504-525-2420 to be placed on the list. Be sure to indicate T-shirt size, shirts will be provided during morning arrival.

Tutoring Works to Close Achievement Gaps

Research has proven that targeted tutoring helps students improve comprehension and managing time during testing as well as stress!

How Tutors Can Help Improve a Student’s Performance

Parents often consider enlisting the help of a tutor when they suspect their son or daughter is struggling with schoolwork. Tutors provide academic assistance and support, which can help anyone who is struggling with a difficult subject. Since tutors often act as academic mentors, there are many ways they can provide help for your child. Here are several ways tutors can assist your child with school.

Improving Grades
Many parents decide to hire a tutor when their children are having difficulties with school, which is often reflected in their homework and test grades. As class sizes continue to increase, it’s becoming more common for teachers to ensure that every child is keeping up with the material and receiving the personal attention he or she needs.

A tutor can develop a learning strategy for specific problems the student is facing. The tutor can even develop approaches that use the student’s strengths and help the student feel less stressed about the subject. If your child’s grades are being affected by their disability, you could find a tutor who specializes in such areas.

Providing Academic Challenges
According to Margery D. Rosen of Scholastic (www.scholastic.com), even gifted students can benefit from the specialized attention of a tutor who challenges and motivates them. You could pick an area of interest, such as literature, art or a foreign language, for your child to study with a tutor. For instance, many high schools don’t offer Latin, though Latin could be beneficial if your child is thinking about majoring in foreign language or law. Latin is a challenging language, so it could provide the stimulus your child needs.

Basic Homework Help
Some students do not face major difficulties with school, but need homework help. They may need help writing papers or working through math problems. Some students feel more comfortable working with a tutor than with their parents on these regular assignments. David Kahn, who was interviewed by Rosen for Scholastic, says that students often listen more to tutors because they act as a referee, someone to guide without judgment or emotional baggage. If your child is considering attending a university or a college, consider getting a college student to tutor your child. The tutor may be able to help your child develop basic study habits and homework strategies that he or she can use in their higher educations.

Source: http://learningpath.org/articles/How_Tutors_Can_Help_Improve_a_Student’s_Performance.html


Joins us for camp, Monday-Friday at the Waldorf School of New Orleans, 8:30a-3:30p for a day of mathematics as seen through an arts lens.
Students will start the day working for 2 hours with a local artist and various different mediums, centralized to themes of architecture, nature/body, and kinesthetics. After, students will come together to prepare and enjoy sensible snacks, with conversations regarding whole foods versus processed and the choice to consume empty calories versus drinking water. The day continues with hours of board games and structured play that lead to conversations regarding game theory, algebra, and geometry.

Each Wednesday, the students will take a local field trip to explore these topics deeper as they connect to the beauty and history of New Orleans. Each Friday, students will participate in field day activities and will be allowed to bring treats to share with the group.

Cost of camp per week will be $175 for the following weeks:
June 13-17
June 20-24
June 27-July 1
July 11-15
July 18-22
July 25-29

Space is limited to students rising to grades 5-9 and there are only 8 seats open for the first 3 weeks, so please call 504-525-2420 or email info@waldorfnola.org for application and more information 🙂

Learn Spanish this Summer!

Book your private session with Tutoring with Delaney at tutoringwithdelaney.setmore.com

Serving Lakeview, Mid City, and Uptown New Orleans, Metairie, Kenner, Algiers, River Ridge, and Harahan areas with daytime, evening and weekend time slots available for Spanish language learning for all ages birth to adults! And don’t forget, we come to you!

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