Education Enrichment

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93% of youth who regularly attended an Education Enrichment program maintained or increased their school grades.

Computer Literacy Instruction Program (CLIP) | Study Buddy Homework Help

Education Enrichment strives to increase students’ literacy and overall technology skills as it’s been proven that these routes can effectively increase students’ academic interest, attendance and potential wage earnings and lower absenteeism and dropout rates.

Have questions about our Educationaal Enrichment programs? Please contact Ty Howard: 314-679-5232 | thoward@mathews-dickey.com

Computer Literacy Instruction Program (CLIP)

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Computer Literacy Instruction Program (CLIP) | Grades 2 – 6

The youth not only receive instruction; they also have the opportunity to meet a mentor from the world of technology. In two six-week sessions per year.

Meets in the Club’s Walter Payton Computer Lab. Students from five area public elementary schools are taught by volunteers from five area companies: Monday — Dunbar Elementary and Express Scripts; Tuesday — Ashland Elementary and Edward Jones; Wednesday — Preclarus Mastery Academy and Centene; Thursday — Pamoja Prepatory Academy and Ameren.

Meets: Monday – Thursday 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. | Session 1: October – November | Session 2: February – April

Study Buddy Homework Help

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Volunteer Tutorial | Grades K – 8
A dedicated legion of “study buddies” help improving children’s math, reading and writing skills for two hours on Saturdays. Sessions are held from 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, October-November and March-April. The free one-on-one tutoring targets youngsters in grades kindergarten through eighth, in their formative years. All participants must maintain their $50 annual membership in good standing.

Meets: Saturdays 10 a.m. – noon | Session 1: October – November | Session 2: February – April