Does your child need a literacy tutor?

Every parent wants their child to succeed academically and socially. For over 30 years, Oasis has partnered with school districts across the country to provide in-person intergenerational tutoring in schools to help students build confidence and experience success in literacy. As a response to Covid-19 we are now offering another option– personalized online literacy tutoring for your child at home or wherever they may be learning.

Oasis Tutors are older adult volunteers trained to help students improve their academic performance, and more importantly, embrace the wonder of reading and writing. Tutors model reading and build literacy skills with children in kindergarten – third grade utilizing a curriculum developed exclusively for Oasis by educators. These volunteer tutors strive to reach the following literacy goals with your child:

  • Promote motivation, success and enjoyment of reading, writing and oral communication
  • To assist in developing language, build vocabulary and expand background knowledge
  • Increase the confidence and self-esteem of students
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Beyond academic success, Oasis tutoring offers a unique opportunity to engage and link generations together in a meaningful mentoring relationship.

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And our tutors love what they do!

“During this summer Thursday afternoons was the best time I had. I forgot all about pandemic and other scary and sad stuff of our life. I enjoyed every minute of it. The training was so good that we couldn’t fail. I got all the assistance I needed during my sessions. I learned a lot from this wonderful experience.”
Nila Gupta

To learn more about the cost of Oasis Intergenerational tutoring sessions and to register your child click here

Helping your child succeed as a virtual learner in the 2020-2021 school year.

1. Reduce distractions
2. Provide brain breaks from online learning
3. Have a consistent schedule for schoolwork
4. Provide positive feedback to your kids
5. Be flexible and adjust as needed.
6. Help kids stay in touch with their friends and family