• OHS Tutoring Guidelines 

    Student Guidelines

    Tutoring guidelines focus on students who:

    • need intervention based on observation and assessment data (see qualified tutoring above)
    • based on observation and assessment data, need assistance with skill or concept attainment
    • are losing persistence to graduation
    • desire tutoring related to college entrance exams
    • need additional time to complete coursework

    Teacher Guidelines

    • Teachers apply for tutoring through the building administrative team.  
    • Teachers must put the tutoring student’s names on the building approved form (form title) with their hourly tutoring for reimbursement on a monthly basis.  Teachers may not declare tutoring hours after the time sheets have been turned in unless approved by an administrator.

    Accountability

    • District-approved assessments, as determined by the building principal, should be given to each student tutoring to check for student progress.
    • Other examples of student improvement (teacher observation, etc), as approved by the building principal, may also be used for accountability.

    10th/11th Grade Tutoring Form

    12th Grade Tutoring Form