AHS students receive basic level tutoring certificates

Pictured are (from left): Kabe Perry, Tate Hooper, La'Nyce Hemphill, Mackenzie White, Aniya Polite, Colyn Grimes, Ms. Ringgold, Bradee McKean, MacKynze Dollarhide, Bralee Lansdell, Rylee Burden, Carson Jefferies, Ashlyn Harger, Kaylee Silva, Noah Pounds and Anthony Knudson. Not pictured is Cole Smith.

By Ronda Pounds

ASD Public Relations Coordinator

Ashdown High School students were honored with their Basic Level Tutoring Certificate from the National Tutoring Association. The students have been tutoring math, English, and history to their peers. Ashlyn Harger was honored for volunteering her time of over 60 hours and seniors were presented their ropes to wear for graduation. AHS Math Teacher Ms. Ringgold has received special training in order to train the students.

These students volunteer their time assisting teachers and students in the subjects of mathematics, English, and science. During the process, students learn valuable and meaningful skills they can take with them to college and/or the workforce. In addition to building these skills, a host of other benefits come with being a member of the NTA.