It is essential to ensure that a child has the right teaching assistance to perform well in academics. The tutoring programs at Boys & Girls Clubs Of Central Texas, promote self study, increase knowledge and helps improve grades. The Killeen based childcare center
organizes various activities that guide children of all ages to become self-directed learners and grow up to be responsible citizens of the society.
Tutoring programs offered at Boys & Girls Clubs Of Central Texas include:
- Project Learn: This program aims at polishing the knowledge and skills that children acquire at school. Using the comprehensive research strategy by Dr. Reginald Clark, the club organizes activities that are fun, yet academically beneficial, to make kids learn in a better way. These include leisure reading and writing, helping others, playing games like Scrabble and holding discussions with experts. The program is open to the kids aged 6 to 18 years.
- Goals For Graduation: This Project Learn program familiarizes members between 6 to 15 years with an academic goal setting. During the sessions, kids are asked to set three sets of realistic goals, i.e. “Know-I-Can”, “Think-I-Can” and “Believe-I-Can”. Subsequently, a comprehensive strategy is established to make them find their route from short term through long-term goals. Members are acknowledged and rewarded at every successful step of their journey.
- Power Hour: Making Minutes Count: In this program, kids aged 6 to 16 years are provided homework help and guidance to get better grades at school. The club has professional tutors and mentors who regularly track and reward any significant progress made by the child.
- Skill Tech: This program aims at teaching basic computer skills to the club members of different age groups. They are made proficient to work with spreadsheets, word processing and other software by way of fun as well as engaging modules. Skill Tech is one of the few technology programs generously sponsored by Microsoft Corporation.
- Skill Tech II: This is a more advanced computer program imparting practical hardware and networking skills to the members aged 6 to 18 years. Through instructor led and hands-on group activities, members are introduced to the practical usage of computers in daily life. Microsoft Corporation also funds skill Tech II.
To enroll your child in any of the tutoring programs mentioned above, you can contact Boys & Girls Clubs Of Central Texas
at (254) 699 – 5808.