Education in a digital world

MHLC is offering a new tutoring program at the Learning Center!  Of course, you can also get help virtually – health and safety are our priority!


Our afternoon tutoring and enrichment program is specifically designed for students in grades 6-8. Qualified tutors will work one-on-one or with small groups of up to three students at a time on subjects identified by families, students, and teachers. Tutoring is available in English and in Spanish.


Please call 401-455-8875 or email mhlc.pd@gmail.com to apply or with any questions you may have and pass along to anyone who may be interested!


Scheduling

We are offering one hour or one and a half hour tutoring blocks, Monday through Friday between the hours of 12:30 and 5:00. Each session will be flexible to meet student needs and interests, with time to settle in, work on homework, meet tutors for specific support, meet in small groups on ongoing learning and enrichment projects or book groups, and borrow a book to take home for the week.


Cost

MHLC is committed to keeping our tutoring costs low with sliding scale and financial aid available. If this program interests you, please call to speak with MJ or Emily about a fee structure that would work best for your family.


Who may apply?

To assist with contact tracing, MHLC’s tutoring program is currently open to Providence middle schoolers who are enrolled in the Virtual Learning Academy. This is an inclusive program for students with varied skills, development, and languages. 

If your student has another enrollment situation, please call to discuss details.

Please note that MHLC does not provide transportation.


What precautions are being taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19?

The Learning Center will have a maximum capacity of 15 people at a time in separated, well-ventilated spaces. Tutoring will take place in our outdoor classroom and in well-spaced indoor rooms to allow for appropriate social distancing. All staff and students will wear masks and we do have extra PPE available as needed. Students are expected to support in cleaning: wiping down their Chrome Books and work spaces, washing hands, etc. The program will also close for at least half an hour between groups of students for a thorough cleaning including disinfecting door knobs and other high-touch areas.

Stay healthy, safe, and learning!

Previously enrolled in MHLC programs and want to check your account? Parents can access the Parent Portal by clicking here!

To reach us:

By phone – (401) 455-8875, general information

for specific program inquiries – (401) 660-5395

By Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/mthopelc/

As always, call 911 for any emergency, or 211 for the United Way information line.

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Did you know?

If you live in Ward 3 and need assistance or know someone who needs help during this time of isolation, please fill out this simple form: https://forms.gle/KQj4mxhMEGsuPaBV9

If you are having trouble with this form, please call 401-331-1244 where someone can take down your information for you. This phone assistance is graciously provided by Jewish Community Services.