Academic AssistanceBy Sarah Polan • Oct 7th, 2009 • Category: Featured
Academic Assistance is a place where students can get tutoring for free with the subjects they are having trouble in. The director of Academic Assistance always goes the extra mile to make sure that all students who need tutoring get the help they need as soon as possible. All of the tutors in Academic Assistance always work hard with the students to make sure they are learning the information. They even help students who do not have appointments when they need it. Academic Assistance also tutors students in the local school area who are having trouble with reading. Academic Assistance is a place where you can get tutoring and make a friend along the way.
James Kittinger, Guest Writer.
About Sarah Polan:
Sarah Polan entered New River Community College in the summer of 2008 at age 16 after being homeschooled her entire life. She had already been a member of the Roanoke Times "Edge" staff for two years at that point. Sarah came to New River with the dream of rebuilding the long forgotten school newspaper and with the help and encouragement of Janet Hanks and the IT staff, the online Knight Rider was born. Sarah has served as editor and contributing writer for three semesters and continues to coordinate and produce the e-paper biweekly. She also edits an on-line national publication for the Boy Scouts of America Southern Region Venturing division and will be contributing an article to the nationally published Scouting magazine blog. She has also provided a student blog post to the student organization VA21. In her spare time, Sarah enjoys traveling in search of her dream college which she will transfer to next year.
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