The NTHS Virtual Tutoring Center is a digital workspace for students - who are seeking academic support to complete their coursework - to meet with reliable peer tutors from National Honor Society, Renaissance, and Key Club.
When students enter The Virtual Tutoring Center, they will select the subject they're seeking a tutor for. Subjects are found on the Bookshelf.
Once they've entered the "room" for that subject, they'll find Google Meet links on the desks.
Peer Tutors will remain in the Google Meets for the duration of Open Hours (12-1). Students will be assisted as they arrive.
A teacher will be present during Open Hours to monitor behavior and document the names of students who enter any Google Meets.
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