If your child is struggling with grades, here are some tips:
The first step is to contact your child's teacher. They can provide more insight about your child's performance in the classroom, as well as suggest additional resources for student success. The following link will take you to Hempstead's staff directory.
5A and 5D Study in the LRC's All students must report to their study hall teacher at the beginning of A or D study so that their teacher can take accurate attendance. In addition to teachers being available during their own scheduled study time, some departments have a teacher available for support during A and/or D study. English, math, science and ELL departments have teachers available for support during A and D study time. The social studies department has a teacher available for support during A study.
ENGLISH Support-C122 MATH Support-C223 SCIENCE Support-B238 ELL support-B120 SOCIAL STUDIES-Social Studies LRC A study and C124 D Study
Friday Morning HELP! Every Friday morning students are able to receive academic support in our school library between the hours of 7:15-8:35. Students in the National Honor Society are available to provide help with classroom assignments , help prepare for an upcoming exam, or be someone you can study with. Students can stop in on Friday mornings and find someone to help.
Peer Tutors If your child would like a peer tutor, have them connect with their teacher or one of us. We can contact department chairs to identify students that would be a good match for your child. Tutoring will take place before and after school, and often times during Friday morning HELP.
Tutor.com through the Carnegie Stout Public Library This is a live tutoring service paid for by the library. Tutors are available to offer 1 on 1 support between the hours of 2pm-11pm. Students can use the information on the back of their library card to log in. If a student lives in the county and does not have a city library card, please have them come to the counseling office for their username and password. Click on the link below for more information.
Multicultural Family Center Academic Support is offered for children in grades 1st-12th during the school year (Oct.-May). Weekly 45 minute to one-hour tutoring sessions are offered. Come to the counseling office for registration information or click on the link below.