Seeking math tutor for bright 4th grader

We’re looking for a tutor who can come over 1-3 times a week, for about an hour each lesson, and help her both learn math concepts in general (hopefully this can be made fun, interesting, or at least engaging) and help her do her homework (might be less fun!).


She’s in live in-person school two days a week (Tuesdays and Thursdays) at Coram Deo Academy and we are especially looking for someone who might be able to come over Tuesday afternoons and ideally at some point during the day on Wednesdays.


We’re looking to pay about $20-25 per hour.

Interested?  Contact: David Scoggins <>

Private Tutor Job Opportunity

Basic Information


Title:                           School Tutor

Start Date:                  September 2020

Home Location:         Highland Park

Days of the Week:     Wednesdays and Friday

Work Hours:              9AM – 1PM

Salary:                        paid hourly; rate based on qualifications

Ideal Candidate:        male with or working towards their degree in Education


  • We are looking for an experienced and reliable tutor to help out two elementary grade boys, grade 3 and 4. Both boys are homeschooled ages 7 and 8.
  • Tutor generally will work with both students one-on-one to provide help on a particular assignment or with basics in their homeschooling subjects.
  • After each session, Tutor will document tasks so that student’s progress can be shared with parents.
  • The ideal candidate has worked professionally with school-age students for at least one year and is comfortable tutoring in at least two of the four core subjects (i.e., Mathematics, Language Arts, History, and Science).
  • The job requires traveling to the home of the family Wednesdays and Fridays from 9am-1pm.

Tutor Duties and Responsibilities

  • Reviewing homeschool curricula topics and assignments
  • Assisting with homework, projects, test preparation, papers, and other academic tasks
  • Explain key concepts, especially those learned in their homeschooling videos
  • Teaching various skills to improve academic performance, including study strategies, note-taking skills, creative writing, and approaches to answering test questions
  • Developing and distributing teaching materials to supplement homeschooling lessons
  • Reviewing tests to track progress, identify areas of improvement and help set goals for next exam preparation
  • Providing positive and constructive feedback
  • Offering feedback on progress to students’ parents, and teachers where appropriate

Tutor Skills and Qualifications

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills to clearly explain challenging concepts, provide instructions and deliver feedback
  • Ability to motivate and encourage students to improve their academic performance using effective goal-setting strategies
  • Creativity and flexibility in order to personalize their learning approach for individual students
  • Patience and compassion for students as they develop skills and improve their performance
  • Associate or bachelor’s degree in Education or working towards degree in Education
  • Previous demonstrated excellence in the elementary education arena
  • Experience working with children in a supervised setting
  • Optional certification from the National Tutoring Association, American Tutoring Association, Association for the Coaching and Tutoring Profession or the College Reading and Learning Association
  • Must be able to pass a background check


For more information please contact [].

In Home Tutoring Opportunity

In Home Tutor Opportunity

Dates: October through December (possibly starting in September)

Times: 9AM – 2PM with lunch break

Description: We have a sweet, kind 1st grader who needs some extra support during e-learning at home.  She struggles with reading but will be receiving pre-flight (dyslexia intervention) daily from the school.

Ideal Candidate Information:

  • Have experience in a learning environment with elementary age students
  • Be comfortable with using multiple platforms and logins for e-learning
  • Be flexible as e-learning changes regularly
  • Have knowledge regarding students with learning differences in reading
  • Be patient and kind

Meg Arnold


Tutor Needed- Part time

My name is Kelly Ann, and I have a soon to be step daughter – she is a sweet, well behaved 5 year old and will be starting kindergarten at Armstrong Elementary this week!

Her Dad and I both work full schedules. I am in medicine, and he is in real estate.

Due to COVID, we are in need of a tutor Thursdays and Fridays to assist with her online classes as well as some extra help with kindergarten skills (writing, reading and math).

We are conveniently located walking distance from SMU.

If you are interested, please contact me at 469-401-0234. We can discuss time, compensation etc.

Volunteers Needed: First United Methodist Church of Allen-Virtual Learning Support Center Task Force

the First United Methodist Church of Allen is forming a Virtual Learning Support Center Task Force. We are looking for volunteers to staff this support center.


A few details:

-FUMC Allen will provide the internet access and a building for students Monday-Friday during normal school hours. 


-Students will be kindergarten through third graders broken into groups according to grade level. Capacity at this point allows for 20 students total. The teacher to student ratio will be 1:5. 


-Volunteers will work in half day (about 4 hour) shifts, one day per week. We would like to begin offering this to families as soon as possible. Volunteers’ roles would be supervising students as they complete their online schooling, helping with things like logging in and navigating websites.


-Covid safety procedures will be in place (masks required, frequent sanitizing, social distancing and small groups.)



Cayce McCullock 

(214) 356-5211