2021-22 NHS Tutoring

Dear Oxford Community,


Hello, my name is Martha Wolf and I am the Vice President of the National Honor Society at OHS.   I will be in charge of organizing and facilitating our NHS tutoring program for the 2021-2022 school year.

For those of you who may be new this year, Oxford High School’s chapter of the National Honor Society’s goal is to provide tutoring for students in our district free of charge. Should you or anyone you know in the district need a tutor, please feel free to follow this process to get the assistance you need:

1. Have the student or the student’s parent/guardian fill out the tutoring request Google Form with the below link. Returning students who would like to continue with their tutor from last year still need to complete the form for this year. Please include the tutor’s name in the comment box.

Copy and paste link: bit.ly/oxnhstutoring

Tutoring Flier

2. I will follow up within two business days for every request with any further information.

3. Please wait patiently to be matched with a tutor and for them to contact you.

4. Once you have been paired with an NHS student tutor, make immediate plans for days,
times, and meeting arrangements.

5. If you have any questions, email me anytime at oxfordnhstutoring@gmail.com. Please keep in mind that we will receive more requests than we can accommodate, and lists will be
kept on a first-come, first-served basis in order to match a student with a tutor as soon as one becomes available. For this reason, once an NHS student contacts you about setting up tutoring arrangements, please respond promptly. After one week, we will have to pair the tutor with another student in need. Similarly, if the student no longer requires tutoring, please notify me as soon as possible.

I would also like to notify everyone that we will not have tutors available until mid-September, and we will not be a full chapter until our new members are inducted into NHS on October 6th. If you send tutoring requests, we will put you on a list and proceed to match you with a tutor. Thank you so much for your patience, and we look forward to serving our community’s needs to our fullest ability.

Sincerely,

Martha Wolf
Vice President of the Freda Quayle chapter of the National Honor Society at Oxford High School