Clubs and teachers offer tutoring
Photo by OLIVIA GONZALEZ
by ALEXANDER MORENO
Club members and classroom teachers are tutoring during school and after school throughout the school year.
Math tutoring will be available Monday through Thursday, 2:50 to 3:50 p.m. Monday will offer tutoring on Algebra 1 and geometry in Room C-211 with teacher Christian Tucker and Algebra II and statistics in Room X-12 with teacher Bruce Mendizabal.
Tuesdays will offer geometry and Algebra II in Room B-17 with teacher Valerie Pacheco and Algebra 1, statistics and trig-precalculus in Room X-12 with Mendizabal.
Wednesdays will offer Algebra 1 and Algebra II in Room A-3 with teacher Lupita Reynoso and geometry and statistics in Room X-12 with Mendizabal.
Thursdays will offer Algebra 1 and Algebra II in Room B-17 with Pacheco and geometry, statistics and trig-precalculus in Room X-12 with Mendizabal.
English Language Arts tutoring will be available Monday through Thursday, 2:50 to 3:50 p.m. Mondays will be held in Room B-14 with teacher Sandra Gutierrez. Tuesdays will be held in C-200 with teacher Jeff Pulice. Wednesdays will be held in A-13 with teacher Deepak Gulati while Thursdays will be held in B-3 with teacher Erica Lopez.
California Scholarship Federation (CSF) peer tutoring is being offered on all subjects and is available Monday through Thursday, 3to 4:30 p.m. in the library.
The Montebello Project will also offer peer tutoring primarily in math and science levels. They are available Fridays, first lunch in, Room B-11 and second lunch in, Room C-208.
“In order to tutor someone, I do my best to teach them all I know about the subject, the tips and tricks and the mindset to change the way you think about the problem, which helps a lot,” said junior Teo Harlan, CSF tutor.
Math tutoring schedules will fluctuate; students can stay updated for new schedules on ca.schoolloop.com or from flyers on campus
“With tutoring, I’ve been getting better at grasping new concepts because the tutors are in the same grade as me,y so I can relate easier,” said Joey Araiza, sophomore.