Peer tutoring helps students on both sides of the textbook

Lindsay Coleman – Mustangs Ahead

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) -The LRHS peer tutoring program has been helping Mustangs this year.

Peer tutoring is a program that allows students from any grade to receive academic help whether it’s with homework, studying for a test, or even just a single question.

LRHS junior and peer tutoring mentor Daniel Wilkinson said, “I like peer tutoring. I get my homework done and tutoring is a great experience and you also get community service hours.”

Mustangs interested in becoming a peer tutoring mentor should report to room 517 to get a sign up sheet, and return it filled out to LRHS teacher aide Rebekah Lester in room 517.

“I think peer tutoring is amazing because you get to meet all kinds of cool people while receiving the help you need,” said LRHS Freshman Brandon Cox.

Peer tutoring is free and takes place 2:10-3 p.m. every Wednesday and 7-7:30 a.m. every Thursday in room 308, located in the back of the Cafeteria.