Tutoring Ends As Tears Flow Into Summer Reading Bags

JONATHAN VINCENT FEELS THE EFFECTS OF THE LAST DAY OF TUTORING

Backpacks were replaced by SOWMA's Summer Reading Bags this week as more than 280 students  bid adieu to homework in exchange for summer break -
and the scene was bittersweet.

Our eighteen tutoring sites were ripe with fresh fruit, pizza and ice cream to mark the end of another wonderful year of academic achievement.

Thank you to our volunteer tutors, program partners and sponsors like Wells Fargo, all of whom are paving the way for a brighter future for kids. 

"Here in Massachusetts, we want to help support the needs of our neighbors and ensure youth in need have access to tutoring, mentoring and
educational opportunities," said Briana Curran, VP, Community Relations and Communications for Wells Fargo.



 How fun to watch as 283 children opened SOWMA's Summer Reading Bags to begin the summer with books, crafts, journals and all things that spark imagination! 


TUTORING 2018/2019: A GLIMPSE BACK

 


 Sammy Dubrow (L) is a senior at Sharon High School and has joined her mother as a SOWMA tutor.  
Sammy wrote about being a tutor for her college essay. 

LEARN ABOUT OUR TUTORING PROGRAM AND OPPORTUNITIES HERE 

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