Schools adapt, adopt programs to tutor

Posted March 27, 2015 at 7:45 pm

This is the last of a series about tutoring programs in our area schools.

To give students one-on-one assistance with learning, area schools have had to adopt and adapt programs to meet the tutoring needs.

At Nodaway-Holt R-VII, the school district is in the first year of the A+ Program. The program benefits both high school and elementary students.

According to the Missouri Department of Higher Education, the A+ Schools Program is a legislated, statewide reform effort that offers a framework and incentives for providing quality education for all students in Missouri. To participate in the A+ program, high school students must:

• Maintain an overall

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    After going to state all four years of her high school career, it just made sense that Jordan Stiens, the Spoofhound track all-star, would make it to the Divison I level at the University of Nebraska.

    Her career as a Husker was going very well, including an eighth place finish at the 2012 Big Ten Indoor Championships as a freshman 2 and a fifth place finish the following

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