Free Summer 2013 Tutoring Program

THIS PROGRAM IS NOW UNAVAILABLE.  THE MAXIMUM NUMBER OF APPLICANTS HAS BEEN REACHED.

Beginning Monday June 3, 2013 and continuing until July 18, 2013, the Northern Arizona University America Reads Program is pleased to offer a free summer tutoring program at the downtown Flagstaff Public Library branch (Youth Services) for the 2013-2014 academic year. The purpose of this program is to help children increase their skills and achievement levels in reading and provide homework assistance to participants in the program.


Children enrolled in the program will meet with an experienced tutor each week for assistance with reading, math, or homework-related activities. This program is open to students enrolling in grades K-5 for the 2013-2014 school year. Sessions will be 45 minutes to one hour long and will be scheduled based on parent and tutor schedules, from 10:30 am - 5:30 pm, Monday-Friday.


To enroll your child/ren in this program please complete a registration form available online, or pick up an application at the downtown Flagstaff Public Library branch, Youth Services area. Please submit completed applications to americareads@nau.edu or drop off applications to the Youth Services area at the library. Parents and guardians of participants are expected to remain in the library during the tutoring sessions. For more information, please call Illa Lizarraga at (928) 523-0366.

Please be sure to have applications completed and submitted to Illa Lizarraga or at the Flagstaff Public Library by Friday May 17, 2013.  We will begin student to tutor placements after that date.

After school program application

Download Summer Tutoring Program application