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Supplemental Educational Services FREE TUTORING

Your child is eligible for tutoring. Dont miss out! REGISTER TODAY. First Round Enrollment Ends: October 5, 2007 Need help, call (937) 542-3333.

Percy A. Mack, Ph.D. Superintendent of Schools 115 S. Ludlow Street Dayton, Ohio 45402-1812 Tel. (937) 542-3002 Fax (937) 542-3188 E-mail: PMack@dps.k12.oh.us

Dear Parent/Guardian: Help your child succeed in school sign up for free tutoring! As a result of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001, your child may receive extra help in the areas of math, reading, and language arts. You can receive this free tutoring because your childs school is in its second year or later of school improvement. You can choose a free tutoring program that is best for your child. A list of approved tutoring providers/agencies is enclosed. These providers/agencies have been approved by the Ohio Department of Education and will provide your child with tutoring that is coordinated with what is being taught in school. If you are interested in tutoring services for your child, complete the enclosed Supplemental Educational Services Request form, select your first and second choice provider/agency, detach, and return to the Office of School Improvement and External Resources on or before October 5, 2007. To assist you in making a decision, the provider listing in this booklet provides you with contact information for each provider/agency. This booklet also supplies you with questions you may want to ask the providers/agencies as you make the best selection for your child. Supplemental Educational Services expand Dayton Public Schools program offerings to guarantee that every child receives a quality education. If you have general questions or need assistance selecting a provider/agency, please contact the Office of School Improvement and External Resources, Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. at (937) 542-3333 or (937) 542-3373. Sincerely,

Percy A. Mack, Ph.D. Superintendent of Schools DAYTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS

The mission of the Dayton Public Schools is to guarantee a quality education for every student, every day. 2

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Dayton Public Schools Supplemental Educational Services (SES) Program ) Who is eligible for SES free tutoring? ) Where does tutoring take place? ) When is tutoring offered? ) Is transportation available? ) What must I do? ) My child has an IEP. Is he/she eligible for tutoring? ) My child is an ESL student. Is he/she eligible for tutoring? How the SES Process Works Selection Process Summary Other Important Information What I Need to Know SES Providers At A Glance SES Providers Directory with Program Description SES Providers Directory at a Glance by School Belle Haven Cornell Heights Eastmont Edison @ Fairview Middle School Fairview E.S. Franklin Horace Mann Jefferson I Kemp @ Grant Kiser Loos Meadowdale E.S. Patterson-Kennedy Van Cleve @ Allen Orville Wright SES Providers Directory at a Glance by Programs Offering In-Home Tutoring SES Providers Directory at a Glance by Programs Offering Online Tutoring Ohio Department of Education Approved SES Providers Listing

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2007 - 2008 List of Title I Schools in School Improvement


Belle Haven Cornell Heights (Rosa Parks) Eastmont Edison Fairview E.S. Franklin Horace Mann Jefferson Kemp @ Grant Kiser Loos Meadowdale E.S. Patterson-Kennedy Van Cleve Orville Wright

DAYTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS SUPPLEMENTAL EDUCATIONAL SERVICES (SES) PROGRAM


In 2002, Congress passed the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act. Its purpose is to improve schools in which children have not done well on state tests. Under this law, children in certain schools may be provided with tutoring services. This booklet explains where your child can be tutored at no cost to you. The No Child Left Behind Act allows state approved private agencies (SES providers) to provide tutoring to students who attend Title I schools that have not met Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) for three or more years. The school districts Title I program pays the private agencies to provide the tutoring, so there is no cost to the parent/guardian. The maximum tutoring fee to be paid per student is $1,604.95 for the 2007 2008 school year.

Who is eligible for SES free tutoring?


Dayton Public Schools students who attend a Title I school identified for improvement are eligible for tutoring. Supplemental Educational Services Request forms received by the deadline of October 5, 2007 will be considered for the first round enrollment. If the Supplemental Educational Services Request forms received exceeds the maximum number of slots, we prioritize by the lowest achieving students in grades 2-8. You will be notified by the Office of School Improvement and External Resources if your child is placed on a waiting list.

Where does tutoring take place?


There are many tutoring sites throughout the city. Tutoring may occur in tutoring centers, in your home, the public library, and in Dayton Public Schools. Some providers/agencies offer online tutoring so that your child may be tutored from home, if you have computer access available. Check the listing to see where the program you want offer services.

When is tutoring offered?


Different programs offer tutoring at different times. Some are after-school and others are on weekends. They have different start dates. The listing of services in this booklet tells the possible schedule; however, when you meet the SES provider a definite schedule will be decided upon.

Is transportation available?
Only a few SES providers/agencies offer transportation. The program description will give you this information. Most of the tutoring will start immediately after-school. Check with the provider for additional information.

What must I do?


You must meet with the SES provider/agency you selected to develop and sign an Educational Achievement Plan (EAP) before tutoring can begin. This is very important! The EAP sets the goals for your child. The instructor uses it to guide the tutoring sessions. The SES provider/agency will call or write to you for an appointment for you to sign the EAP.

My child has an IEP. Is he/she eligible for tutoring?


Children with an IEP are eligible for tutoring. However, not all SES providers can accommodate children with an IEP. Check the listings or call the SES provider/agency. Providers/Agencies able to provide tutoring to students in Special Education and have an IEP are listed as experience teaching students with specific disabilities in the Special Qualifications section.

My child is an ESL student. Is he/she eligible for tutoring?


Children in the ESL program are eligible for tutoring. However, not all SES providers/agencies can accommodate children in the ESL program. Check the listings or call the SES provider/agency. Providers/Agencies able to provide tutoring to students in the ESL program are listed as experience teaching LEP students in the Special Qualifications section.

HOW THE SES PROCESS WORKS


PARENT RESPONSIBILITY CHECKLIST
Select an SES provider/agency from the listing in this booklet by completing the SES Request Form and return to the Office of School Improvement and External Resources. Your child can only be tutored by one SES provider/agency. Meet with the provider/agency that I selected to provide my childs tutoring. The SES provider/agency will call or write me to set up an appointment to develop and sign the Educational Achievement Plan (EAP). I will make sure that I receive my copy of the EAP. Call the provider/agency or the Office of School Improvement and External Resources at (937) 542-3333 or (937) 542-3373, if the SES provider/agency have not contacted me by October 26, 2007 Ensure that SES provider/agency has accurate contact information. Begin Tutoring. Ensure that my child attends every session. Tutoring usually begins approximately three (3) weeks after the SES provider/agency submits the signed EAP to the Office of School Improvement and External Resources for verification and authorization.

SES PROVIDER/AGENCY RESPONSIBILITY CHECKLIST


Contact parents/guardians for an appointment to develop and sign the Educational Achievement Plan (EAP). Secure the signature of the building principal or principals designee on the EAP. Submit EAP to the Office of School Improvement and External Resources for verification and authorization. Begin tutor after receiving authorization (purchase order) from the Office of School Improvement and External Resources.

DAYTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS RESPONSIBILITY CHECKLIST


(Office of School Improvement and External Resources) Mail SES Parent Booklet to the home of every student enrolled in a Title I School in school improvement status. Review, process, and authorize SES Requests Forms. Send SES providers/agencies an enrollment list. Review, process, and authorize signed Educational Achievement Plans. Monitor SES tutoring.

SELECTION PROCESS SUMMARY


A listing of approved providers for the Dayton Public Schools District is listed in this booklet. If you are interested in tutoring services for your child(ren), select your first (1st) and second (2nd) choices for a provider and, write the providers names on the lines, detach the enclosed Supplemental Educational Services Request form, complete the Supplemental Educational Services Request form, and return to the Office of School Improvement and External Resources on or before October 5, 2007 to be considered for first round enrollment. DO NOT RETURN THE REQUEST FORM TO YOUR CHILDS SCHOOL. If it becomes necessary to prioritize students who will be receiving tutoring services because maximum capacity has been achieved, placement will be made according to specific grade levels and/or lowest achieving students. Students who are not selected and are placed on a wait list will be notified by mail of their status. If your child is selected, your child will be assigned to your first choice or second choice provider. If the provider(s) you choose decides not to provide services to Dayton Public Schools, you will be contacted by the Office of School Improvement and External Resources for an alternate provider. The provider you choose will be given your childs name and your contact information. The provider will contact you by October 26, 2007 to set a time to develop and sign an Educational Achievement Plan (EAP) for your child. This is very important! Tutoring may not begin without the parents or legal guardians signature on the Educational Achievement Plan. If the provider has not contacted you by October 26, 2007 contact the provider or contact the Office of School Improvement and External Resources at (937) 542-3333 or (937) 542-3373. Once the EAP has been completed and signed by the parent/guardian, school principal or the principals designee, and the provider, it will be submitted to the Office of School Improvement and External Resources to be approved and processed. This period may take up to three (3) weeks.

OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION


Should your contact information change, please contact the provider/agency, your childs school, and the Office of School Improvement and External Resources at (937) 542-3333 or (937) 542-3373. Dayton Public Schools is providing this booklet of Supplemental Educational Services as a service to parents. The information in this booklet was given and approved by the service providers. We have made every effort to ensure that all of the information is correct. Dayton Public Schools is not responsible for changes in times, locations, or services. The Supplemental Educational Services providers/agencies have been approved by the Ohio Department of Education. For further information about Supplemental Educational Services, please visit the Ohio Department of Educations website at: http://www.ode.state.oh.us/GD/Templates/Pages/ODE/ODEDetail.aspx?Page=3&TopicRelatio nID=1378&ContentID=1908&Content=22672

WHAT I NEED TO KNOW


Your childs school can help you with this booklet if you do not speak or read English well. Only the child whose name appears on the address label of this booklet is eligible to enroll for Supplemental Educational Services (SES) tutoring. Return the SES REQUEST FORM to the Office of School Improvement and External Resources. Do not leave the form at your childs school. Meet with the SES provider/agency to develop and sign an Educational Achievement Plan (EAP) for your child. This is important! If you have questions or concerns, contact the Office of School Improvement and External Resources at (937) 542-3333 or (937) 542-3373. Availability of SES providers/agencies are subject to change pending approval of the SES providers contract with the Dayton Board of Education and providers minimum enrollment requirements.
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DAYTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS SUPPLEMENTAL EDUCATIONAL SERVICES PROVIDERS AT A GLANCE


ORGANIZATION 2 B Natural By Design A to Z In-Home Tutoring, LLC A+ Grades Up A+ Professional Tutoring Services AAEAA About Academic Achievement Academic Recovery Services Academic Support Services Academic Village ACE Tutoring Services, Inc. Achievement Based Learning, LLC ALL ACCESS: K-12 TUTORING GROUP All Kids Can Learn Alternatives Unlimited, Inc. Amicus II, Inc. CONTACT Folami Binta-Hunter Suzanne Yingling Kelly Cline Francine Cummings Brenda Andrews Yolanda Crooms Dawn Hobson Audra Johnson Traci Davis Alfred Godinez Jeannette Madden Adam Luwaga Paul Diefenderfer Kimberly Lane David Booker Renee WeaverWright Dr. Robin Rice Brenda Nava Antoinette Greene Elize Aunhahn Cynthia Porter Jennifer Albert Carol Howlett PHONE (614) 275-4777 (866) 505-2869 ext. 155 (330) 313-5786 (937) 279-9967 (937) 604-0935 (937) 361-8616 (937) 361-4164 (513) 344-1596 (937) 277-7617 (800) 688-1103 (419) 244-2025 (800) 341-2656 (937) 294-5051 (937) 239-6262 (800) 748-6516 (877) 264-2870
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LOCATION(s) TBA TBA Meadowdale E.S. Boys & Girls Club Fairview E.S. Loos Kemp @Grant TBA Cornell Heights Local Library TBA Kemp @ Grant Kiser TBA Van Cleve @ Allen Calvary Missionary Baptist Church 2067 N. Gettysburg Ave. Kemp @ Grant Faith Based Organization 3701 Salem Ave. Providers Site: 3658 Wales Dr. Cornell Heights

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ORGANIZATION Central State University Learning Academy Channel Learning Center Classof1 Club Z! In-Home Tutoring Services Community of Faith Community Threads, Inc. Dayton Urban League Education Recruiting Services Education Station Educational Enterprises Educational Institute of Learning and Innovation Educational Options, Inc. Educational Resource Consultants of Ohio Envision Learning Center eProgress Academy Help Save Our Youth Outreach Program High Expectations Educational Services, LLC HighRise Services Company, Inc. Huntington Learning Centers, Inc. Increased Learning Services Initiative for Academic Achievement CONTACT Lesa Taylor Devond Kym Garvin Srinivas Yellayi Brandy Smith J. Edwin Sanders Pam Grear Sharmin Philpot Ty Hairston Dawn Johnson Irene Johnson A. E. Campbell, JD Dr. Greg Eckles Scott Rossell Sheryl McClung Garner Kelly Claibourne Kimberly Jones Monique Underwood Shollet Wise Joyce Cameron Michael Duty Donald K. Minus Mr. Carson PHONE (937) 376-6444 (614) 531-5856 (877) CLASSOF1 (937) 376-0288 (800) 434-2582 (216) 451-9240 (614) 253-1005 (937) 220-6652 (877) 707-3596 (216) 346-0611 (937) 277-6405 (877) 416-0440 (216) 799-5705 (866) 890-8153 (513) 771-2363 (513) 772-5437 (866) 863-7381 (937) 270-1721 (866) 440-4337 (937) 268-6602 (937) 433-7612 (937) 361-9145 (877) CHILD O4
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LOCATION Patterson-Kennedy TBA TBA Local Library Edison @ Fairview M.S. KIND Program: 2720 E. Third St. Orville Wright Fairview E.S. Local Library Local Library Local Library Dayton Metro Libraries Cornell Heights Faith Based Organization 2190 Fairport Ave. Providers Site: 593 Infirmary Rd. Providers Site: 175 Alex Bell Rd. Ste 212 Jefferson I Local Library

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DAYTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS SUPPLEMENTAL EDUCATIONAL SERVICES PROVIDERS AT A GLANCE


ORGANIZATION Its ALL Live, Inc. JDP Educational Associates K & C Educational Associates Keys to Success Education Services, LLC Knowledge College LETTERS N NUMBERS abc123 Mainstream Development Educational Group, LLC Mallory Center for Community Development Me 2 You, Inc. Mentorscope Metropolitan Certified Teachers Association, LLC Miami Valley Literacy Council Milestones Tutoring Momentum, LLC (Educational Services) New Dimension Learning Center Nine Consulting Services Open Book Tutoring Paramount Development Association Porter Education and Communication, Inc. POWER KIDS CONTACT Ruth E. Palmer Jacquelyn Pope Dr. Jean Kerney Corey Pitts Lisa Whitely Patricia Tuley Dr. Ronald Jackson Irma Dowe Samuel Burbanks Tamala Clark-Culp Anita Jackson Floyd Johnson Michelle Brown Nyesha Harper Kathi HowardPirmes Terri Sims Jeffery Kirkman Darlene Barrett Tanya Martin Chris Durham Nolan Graham Maria FuentesGraham PHONE (888) 674-6402 (937) 219-8117 (740) 773-5559 (740) 773-2343 (313) 587-6375 (440) 552-3076 (440) 552-3537 (877) 503-3983 (937) 264-1327 (513) 293-8201 (614) 989-5984 (866) 936-3686 (937) 602-2881 (800) 734-3448 (937) 223-4922 (614) 352-6212 (216) 403-0120 (866) 413-6352 (419) 227-0897 (937) 902-8735 (937) 263-8176 (937) 520-1741 (866) 372-7427 (937) 885-5434 (937) 830-9265
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LOCATION Patterson-Kennedy TBA TBA Kiser TBA Dayton Metro Main Library 215 E. Third St. TBA Orville Wright Belle Haven Providers Site: The Learning Club 1133 S. Edwin C. Moses Franklin Agape Bible Fellowship 2560 N. Main St. Providers Site: 821 Whitmore Ave. Eastmont Meadowdale E.S. Providers Site: 4075 Germantown Pike Meadowdale E.S.

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DAYTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS SUPPLEMENTAL EDUCATIONAL SERVICES PROVIDERS AT A GLANCE


ORGANIZATION Prime Performance CONTACT Milton Pearson PHONE (937) 245-0250 (937) 222-5683 Ext. 29 (216) 272-3686 (614) 577-0566 (937) 554-6359 (937) 973-6988 (866) 393-4690 (937) 623-0839 (888) 292-2076 (503) 508-4228 (937) 346-6397 (937) 220-6441 (937) 220-6600 (937) 277-2212 (937) 779-6805
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LOCATION Providers Site: 731 E. Main St. (Trotwood) Jefferson I Providers Site: 115 E. Third St. Dayton Metro Main Library Van Cleve @ Allen Edgemont Center Wesley Center Local Library TBA Eastmont Local Library TBA TBA Edison @ Fairview M.S. Local Libraries TBA

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2 B Natural By Design (2BNBD) CONTACT INFORMATION Folami Binta-Hunter 2059 Big Tree Dr. Columbus, OH 43223 Phone: (614) 275-4777 Fax: (614) 275-4799 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Community Agency Faith-Based Organization In-Home Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 4 Length of Session: 2 hours Number of Sessions: 18 Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Ability to speak languages other than English. Transportation Provided: YES All of 2 B Natural By Designs tutors must love children and be qualified to tutor under the Ohio Department of Educations guidelines. The tutors use input from parents, students, and teachers to adapt a well thought out curriculum to individualize tutoring for each child. In the 2006 2007 school year, 2BNBD tutored over 140 students in three cities. We were successful in that all students increased their scores; most by a minimum of 25% and many passed their Achievement Test. We offer both individual home and group tutoring at a ratio of 1 tutor to 5 students. We give your child an educational learning foundation that will help in their other school subjects, improve classroom behavior, and raise their selfesteem. 2 B Natural By Designs goal is to have your child pass the Achievement Test and build a strong positive base as they venture on the road to becoming successful, productive, community-minded adults. After they complete all of their sessions, they are awarded with a certificate of completion and a monetary gift certificate at an awards program.

A to Z In-Home Tutoring, LLC CONTACT INFORMATION Suzanne Yingling, Program Coordinator 215 Centerview Dr., Ste. 300 Brentwood, TN 37027 Toll Free Phone: (866) 505-2869 ext. 155 Phone: (419) 478-0848 Fax: (866) 888-3773 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): In-Home Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 7 and Intersession Length of Session: 1 to 1.5 hours Number of Sessions: varies Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Ability to speak languages other than English. Transportation Provided: NO A to Z In-Home Tutoring provides in-person, one-onone instruction in the comfort and convenience of the students home. Our focus is working with children in math and language arts. Students are pre-tested to determine the subject areas in which they need tutoring assistance. Our students improved in an average of six months in grade level competency with just 30 hours of one-on-one instruction. Over 80% of our students tutored made higher grades and improved their school attendance significantly. Tutoring sessions are conducted in the students home; however, an alternate location may also be chosen. We also offer a flexible tutoring schedule which includes tutoring before school, after-school, or on weekends. All of our tutors are either local certified teachers or degreed professionals with expertise in the subjects appropriate for each student.

Disclaimer Notice: All program descriptions and achievement reports were submitted by the providers/agencies.

A+ Grades Up CONTACT INFORMATION Kelly Cline 510 E. Memorial Rd., Ste. A-2 Oklahoma City, OK 73114 Phone: (330) 313-5786 Fax: (866) 223-9598 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): To Be Announced Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 4 Length of Session: 1.5 hours Number of Sessions: varies Delivery: Small Group Instruction Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Ability to speak languages other than English. Transportation Provided: NO

A+ Professional Tutoring Services CONTACT INFORMATION Ms. Francine L. Cummings 3301 Philadelphia Dr. Dayton, OH 45406 Local Phone: (937) 279-9967 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Meadowdale Elementary School Boys and Girls Club of Dayton 1828 West Stewart St. Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 3 and Intersession Length of Session: 1 hour Number of Sessions: 36 Delivery: Small Group Instruction Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with disabilities. Transportation Provided: NO

A + Grades Up is a quality, scientifically-based tutoring program that provides personalized A+ Professional Tutoring Services offers free instruction in reading and math. academic help for your eligible student. We provide high quality tutoring that will: 9 Quality, dedicated, and trained state certified tutors. 9 Break down concepts into manageable chunks of 9 Consistently gets significant increases in students information. test scores. 9 Present information at a pace that is not too fast or 9 Small group instruction (6 to 1 ratio). too slow. 9 Nationally recognized assessment and teaching 9 Remain on topic until your student demonstrates materials. understanding. 9 Standardized test to pinpoint the students skill 9 Take the time to ask if your student what to do and how to do it. gaps. 9 Provide your student with enough time to practice 9 Snack provided daily. concepts and skills to mastery. 9 Reward ceremony at the completion of program. 9 Proven track record! 9 State Certified teachers.

Disclaimer Notice: All program descriptions and achievement reports were submitted by the providers/agencies.

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AAEAA CONTACT INFORMATION Beverly Andrews 1428 Cornell Dr. Dayton, OH 45406 Local Phone: (937) 604-0935 Fax: (937) 837-7095 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Fairview Elementary School Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 4 Length of Session: 2 hours Number of Sessions: 40 Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Transportation Provided: NO The staff of AAEAA is committed to providing high quality educational services. In addition to the regular school day, our program offers academic intervention and support in reading and math. A variety of tools/manipulatives will be utilized to meet students needs. AAEAA will offer: 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 Daily snacks Attendance and achievement incentives Certified staff Individualized achievement plan Small group instruction Ohio Achievement Test preparation (aligned with State of Ohio Learning Standards) Ongoing communication with Parent/ Teacher/ Student 10 12 weeks of instruction Four (4) after-school sessions per week (2 hours per day) Safe and nurturing atmosphere

About Academic Achievement CONTACT INFORMATION Yolanda Crooms 1875 Waterstone Blvd. No. 310 Miamisburg, OH 45342 Local Phone: (937) 361-8616 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Loos Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 4 Length of Session: 1.5 Hours Number of Sessions: 16 Delivery: Small Group Instruction Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with specific disabilities. Transportation Provided: As Needed Our name says what were all about . . . Academic Achievement!!! We use a researched-based reading intervention program to help students become more competent readers. Upon completion of the program, students will demonstrate significant, measurable gains in reading comprehension, word recognition, and fluency. We also offer a math intervention program to help students in grades K-8 reach grade-level standards and raise their test scores. Here are just a few highlights of our program: 9 Certified teachers 9 Individualized Education Plan 9 Pre- and pos-testing 9 Frequent consultation with parents teachers 9 Pizza parties to reward good attendance 9 Snacks at every session

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Disclaimer Notice: All program descriptions and achievement reports were submitted by the providers/agencies.

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Academic Recovery Services CONTACT INFORMATION Dawn L. Hobson 907 Lindy Ct. Dayton, OH Local Phone: (937) 361-4164 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Kemp @ Grant Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 4 Length of Session: 2 hours Number of Sessions: 25 Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with disabilities. Transportation Provided: NO

Academic Support Services CONTACT INFORMATION Audra Johnson 7822 Village Dr., Ste A Cincinnati, OH 45242 Phone: (513) 344-1596 Fax: (513) 469-5752 email: johnson18338@usa.com

Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): To Be Announced Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 5 Length of Session: .5 hours Number of Sessions: 48 Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Online/Web-based Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students Academic Recovery Services (ARS) uses research- with disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. based curriculum that covers all the Academic Content Ability to speak languages other than English. Standards that are tested by the Ohio Achievement Transportation Provided: NO Test. Academic Support Services will always provide 9 Tutoring materials provide meaningful daily instruction that is aligned with the Ohios Reading and practice and engaging thought-provoking and Math Academic Standards, employing appropriately hands-on activities. certified teachers in the field and grade level of 9 Each student will be assessed and provided a instruction and support provided. Personal Learning Plan. Academic Support Services teachers will conduct After completion of the ARS Program, students will: periodic reading and math probes that will graph the 9 Improve comprehension skills, reading data for parents and school personnel. A progress strategies, vocabulary skills, and fluency. report will be provided to teachers for interim and 9 Improve confidence and proficiency with quarterly reports. The graphs will clearly depict the number senses, basic operation, algebra, starting point and progress made over the instructional period. State and district assessments will also be geometry, measurement, and mental math. 9 Improve test-taking skills. utilized to measure and chart the students progress. Participants in the ARS tutoring program benefit from: 9 Licensed Teachers 9 Parent/Guardian and Teacher Collaboration 9 Daily Snacks 9 Attendance and Achievement Incentives

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Academic Village CONTACT INFORMATION Traci Davis 1713 Harvard Blvd. Dayton, OH 45406 Local Phone: (937) 277-7617 Fax: (937) 298-4179 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Cornell Heights Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 2 Length of Session: 1.5 to 2 hours Number of Sessions: approx. 20 Delivery: Small Group Instruction Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Transportation Provided: NO

ACE Tutoring Services, Inc. CONTACT INFORMATION Alfred Godinez 18780 Amar Rd., Ste. 105 Walnut, CA 91789 Phone: (800) 688-1103 Fax: (626) 820-0889

Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Local Library Near Students Home In-Home Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 2-3 Length of Session: 1 to 2 hours Number of Sessions: varies Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. The Academic Village is owned and operated by Ability to speak languages other than English. educators with advanced degrees and certifications as Transportation Provided: NO well as years of field experience. The corporation provides supplemental tutoring, staff development, ACE Tutoring Services, Inc. provides 1-on-1 or smalland educational consulting to students, parents, and group (1-on2 or 1-on-3) tutoring at students home or school districts. The Academic Village uses the local library. Parents choose their own convenient nationally acclaimed Keep On Reading reading tutoring schedules and frequency. Tutoring sessions curriculum to supplement students classroom are available 7 days a week, at any day(s) the parent instruction. Instructors use a variety of tools to tailor prefer. All of our tutors have at least a 4-year college each students instruction to their bi-weekly short degree, and some are certified teachers or substitute cycle assessments. The corporation prides itself on teachers. We tutor students from K-12 grade in close communication and collaboration with parents English, language arts (including reading), and math. and schools. The Academic Village, Inc. wants to Bilingual tutors are also available. ACE Tutoring has work with you and your family to help raise better been providing tutoring services since 1997, and is minds. Visit our website for more information: currently an approved SES provider in Ohio, New York, California, and Arizona www.academicvillageinc.com.

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Achievement Based Learning, LLC CONTACT INFORMATION Jeannette Madden 1346 Kennsburg Ct. Indianapolis, IN 46228 Phone: (419) 244-2055 Fax: (317) 926-5987 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Online Community Agency Local Library Faith Based Organization Schedule:

ALL ACCESS: K12 TUTORING GROUP CONTACT INFORMATION Adam Luwaga 2375 E. Camelback Rd. #500 Phoenix, AZ 85016 Toll Free Phone: (800) 341-2656 Fax: (866) 514-5309 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Kemp @ Grant Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 2-3 Length of Session: 1 to 1.5 hours Number of Sessions: 32 Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Ability to speak languages other than English. Transportation Provided: NO Our program focuses on helping children master academic skills, get better grades, achieve higher standardized test scores, and gain the confidence, motivation, and concentration necessary to succeed. After a student enrolls in our program, we conduct a diagnostic assessment which is a standardized grade level appropriate performance test that accurately pinpoints the students strengths, weaknesses, and skills needed for improvement. Using our well developed curriculum and materials we design a personalized program and then give the students the finest instruction possible in a positive, fun and caring environment. We administer a post assessment test to show the students improvement.

Days Per Week Available: 5 Length of Session: 1 hour Number of Sessions: varies Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Online/Web-Based Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Ability to speak languages other than English. Transportation Provided: NO

(All locations depends upon student proximity)

A top rated tutoring service providing quality service throughout the United States of America. All tutoring will take place at the students school, a local church, community center, or library. All Ohio tutors are licensed teachers or paraprofessionals with two years of college or an Associates degree. Utilizing our structured standards-based lesson plans your child will increase their knowledge in math and/or language arts/reading by the end of our program. WE EXPECT THEIR ISTEP SCORES TO INCREASE AFTER OUR PROGRAM. We also are able to accept Spanish Our curriculum, aligned to Ohio Academic Standards, speaking students. is developed by the most experienced teachers, leading educational specialists, and curriculum developers. It is also complemented by McGraw-Hill Publications which include Phonics, Math Motivators, Essential English and Building Comprehension. Occasionally we have found websites like ABTeach.com and Edhelper.com to be useful aides. Our entire staff team is enthusiastic about helping children completely trained and the combination of the best people, best methods, and best materials will guarantee a lot of students success and happiness for years to come. 18

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All Kids Can Learn CONTACT INFORMATION Paul Diefenderfer 703 Oakwood Ave. Dayton, OH 45419 Local Phone: (937) 294-5051 (937) 239-6262

Alternatives Unlimited, Inc. CONTACT INFORMATION Kimberly Lane 8508 Loch Raven Blvd., Ste. E Baltimore, MD 63106 Toll Free Phone: (800) 748-6516 Fax: (410) 339-7496

Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Providers Site Location(s): Kiser Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 2 Community Agency Length of Session: 2 hours Local Library Delivery: Small Group Instruction In-Home Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students Faith Based Organization Days Per Week Available: 4 with disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Schedule: Length of Session: up to 2 hours Ability to speak languages other than English. Number of Sessions: varies Transportation Provided: NO Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring All Kids Can Learn tutoring provides a program designed to improve your childs academic Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students performance in both reading and math. We provide a with disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. caring environment. Qualified and dedicated teachers Ability to speak languages other than English. ensure your childs experience leads to success. We Transportation Provided: NO believe building confidence is essential to long-term Alternatives Unlimited (AU) has been providing student achievement. educational services to urban school districts for nearly a decade. Three years ago, AU entered the 9 Professionally Certified Teachers 9 Quality Assessment for Individualized tutoring arena and ever since has been helping students across the country improve standardized test Instruction performance, classroom performance, and grade level 9 Small Group Tutoring Environment achievement. Alternatives Unlimited uses a 9 Individualized Plan for Each Student 9 Incentives for Attendance and Academic combination of Ohio certified teachers and college graduates to tutor the children and employ bilingual Progress 9 Bi-weekly Student Evaluation with Parent tutors as necessary. AU also utilizes a curriculum that is aligned to Ohio state standards as well as grade Reporting level. By tailoring each students program to his/her 9 Free Snacks needs, AU is able to help students maximize their tutoring time. Further, Alternatives Unlimited offers attendance incentives and snacks to help keep students interested in participating. Students that attend at least 85% of the sessions are guaranteed to improve in test performance and/or grade level achievement. The AU program is administered in a small group environment with a tutor to student ration of 5:1, or, if necessary, AU can provided one-on-one tutoring in your home. AU uses district facilities wherever possible, but will lease space from neighborhood churches and clubs if necessary. The sessions will be two hours per day per week.
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Amicus II, Inc. CONTACT INFORMATION David Booker PO Box 14516 Detroit, MI 48214 Toll Free Phone: (877) 264-2870 Fax: (313) 366-5966 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Van Cleve @ Allen Calvary Missionary Baptist Church 2067 N. Gettysburg Ave. Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 4 Length of Session: 2 hours Number of Sessions: varies Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Online/Web-Based Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Transportation Provided: NO

ATS Project Success CONTACT INFORMATION Renee Weaver-Wright 20674 Hall Rd. Clinton Township, MI 48038 Toll Free Phone: (800) 297-2119 Fax: (586) 465-9481 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): In-Home Online Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 7 Length of Session: 1 hour Number of Sessions: 32.09 Delivery: Online/Web-Based Transportation Provided: NO

ATS Project Success offers students in grades K-8 tutorial services in reading and mathematics. We offer services online with one of our pre-programmed computers and dial-up Internet service at no cost to parents. Students work from the comfort and safety of Amicus II, Inc. is a Supplemental Service Provider their own home, and families choose a schedule that that recognizes the great variety in learning styles and meets their needs. aptitudes among students. Our program content, structure, and curriculum are designed to be challenging, exploratory, and integrative that individual strengths are nurtured and program areas are effectively addressed.

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AWOL Group CONTACT INFORMATION Dr. Robin Rice 8888 Shepard Rd. Macedonia, OH 44056 Phone: (216) 334-5066 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Kemp @ Grant Online Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 7 Length of Session: 1 hour Number of Sessions: varies Delivery: Online/Web-Based Individualized Tutoring Small Group Instruction Transportation Provided: NO

Babbage Net School, Inc. CONTACT INFORMATION Brenda Nava, Regional Manager PO Box 517 Port Jefferson, NY 11777 Toll Free Phone: (877) 959-7464 ext. 2935 Phone: (631) 642-2029 Fax: (631) 642-2029 E-mail: SES@BabbageNetSchool.com

Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Online Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 7 Length of Session: varies Number of Sessions: varies Delivery: Online/Web-Based Individualized Tutoring Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students The AWOL Group provides a combination of services with disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. that include tutoring and mentoring and counseling to Ability to speak languages other than English. students in need. Our services cater to special needs Transportation Provided: NO students and are designed to uplift, inspire, and create joyful learning. The AWOL Group is a unique The Babbage Net School program is the best of both organization that functions as a student and family worlds! It allows the student to move as fast as their centered partner in academics focusing holistically on ability will allow or as slow as they need to achieve success. It also has an online tutor in a highly the mind, spirit and soul of education. interactive virtual classroom providing help so every student is successful. This online program allows the student to receive their lessons at any time from any Internet computer. The student begins with a grade level test. After the test the student has a list of lessons on the topics they need to study. The students work on the colorful and interesting lessons until they feel the lesson is learned. A Mastery test checks to make sure the student knows the material before they move to the next lesson. The student can review the lesson at any time. And lessons can be added to help the student on topics they are working on in school.

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Born to Lead Productions CONTACT INFORMATION Antoinette Greene PO Box 6926 Columbus, OH 43205 Local Phone: (937) 477-6738 Phone: (614) 516-8250 Fax: (614) 476-6738 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Faith-Based Organization 3701 Salem Ave. (45406) In-Home Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 3-5 Length of Session: 1-2 hours Number of Sessions: 13-27 Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Transportation Provided: YES Born to Lead Productions. Transportation provided, if needed. Dedicated to your childs success, we provide math and reading tutoring. Creating leaders out of your children. Monday Sunday we meet your child where they are and propel them to where they need to be.

Brainfuse Online Instruction CONTACT INFORMATION Elize Aunahn 271 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10016 Toll Free Phone: (866) 272-4638 Fax: (212) 504-8184 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Online Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 6 Length of Session: 1 hour Number of Sessions: varies Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Online/Web-Based Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Ability to speak languages other than English. Transportation Provided: NO Brainfuse is the nations leading provider of one-toone tutoring services to schools, offering online tutoring in math, reading, and writing (grades 3-12). With Brainfuse, students receive individual attention from carefully selected tutors through our kid-friendly online-classroom all that is required is a computer with Internet access. Independent studies confirm that students prefer Brainfuse to traditional group tutoring because our one-to-one approach provides students the best tutor-student ratio available and thus greater opportunities to ask questions, participate in sessions, and receive help in critical areas.

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Bright Point Place, Inc. DBA Cynthia R. Porter CONTACT INFORMATION Cynthia Porter 3658 Wales Dr. Dayton, OH 45405 Local Phone: (937) 274-2842 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Bright Point Place, Inc. 3658 Wales Dr. Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 5 Length of Session: 2-3 hours Number of Sessions: varies Delivery: Individual tutoring Small Group Instruction Online/Web-Based Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Ability to speak languages other than English. Transportation Provided: NO Bright Point Place provides Math and Reading computer games. Each student will have individual levels of math and reading in a program that meets or exceeds the grade level standards. Information from their school will allow for programs to be tailored to each childs level. Students will learn some basic labwork skills. Students will have a change to openly share and discuss appropriate topics of interest, each student will chose a topic to discuss and share with the group to increase their confidence, public speaking skills, and communication skills. This program will be based on the Ohio Academic Content Standards. Biweekly assessments are given to evaluate students progress and provide intervention, if needed. There will also be a weekly student progress report which will be shared with parents, students, and teachers.

Brilliance Academy of Math and English CONTACT INFORMATION Jennifer Albert 1007 Waukegan Rd. Northbrook, IL 60062 Toll Free Phone: (847) 559-7464 Phone: (847) 972-2936 Fax: (866) 728-6979 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Cornell Heights Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 2 Length of Session: 1.5 hours Number of Sessions: 2 per week Delivery: Small Group Instruction Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Ability to speak languages other than English. Transportation Provided: NO
Students who join Brilliance Academy of Math and English find learning is exciting through our interactive curriculum and highly qualified tutoring staff. Each students individual needs are addressed and our low 1-tutor-to-8students ratio provides a learning conducive environment where everyone succeeds. Brilliance Academy students can also access the free Homework Help Hotline any day of the week for all homework related questions. All tutors are certified by the National Tutoring Association and are background checked. Brilliance Academy tutors students in grades 1-12 at your childs school in the Subject(s) of Math, English, Reading, and Writing. Brilliance Academy provides 40 hours of tutoring throughout the school year. Make the brilliant choice and help your student get Stung By Knowledge with Brilliance Academy!

Estudiantes de Brilliance Academy encuentran que el aprendizaje es emocionante a travs de nuestro currculo interactivo y de nuestro altamente calificado personal de tutora. Todas las necesidades individuales de cada uno de nuestros estudiantes son atendidas y nuestra baja proporcin de un tutor cada 8 estudiantes provee un ambiente conductivo al aprendizaje que les permite a todos alcanzar sus metas trazadas. Estudiantes de Brilliance Academy tienen acceso gratuito a Homework Help Hotline There will be free snacks. (lnea de ayuda para la tarea) para cualquier pregunta Field trip at the end of the program. relacionada a la tarea. Brilliance Academy brinda tutora a Ongoing incentives for students who show progress estudiantes de los grados 1 a 12 en la escuela de su hijo/a and have good attendance. para los cursos de Matemticas, Ingls, Lectura y Escritura. Brilliance Academy provee 50 horas de tutora a lo largo del ao escolar.
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Catapult Online CONTACT INFORMATION Carol Howlett 1001 Fleet St. Baltimore, MD 21202 Toll Free Phone: (800) 417-3125 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Online Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 7 Length of Session: varies Number of Sessions: 26 Delivery: Online/Web-Based Individualized Tutoring Transportation Provided: NO Catapult Online offers live tutoring over the Internet connection we provide. Once a student completes our program they earn the right to keep their computer! Our tutoring sessions are taught by U.S. Based, State Certified teachers with at least two years of in classroom teaching experience. Students receive tutoring specifically designed for each student, and each tutor is assigned only 1 to 3 students during instruction. Tutoring is available 7 days a week and parents choose their childs schedule which generally includes 2- 4, 60 minute sessions per week. Catapult Online programs are available in Reading or Math for students in grades 3-12. Students on average achieve one full grade level growth during the program.

Central State University Learning Academy CONTACT INFORMATION Lesa Taylor Devond 1400 Brush Row Rd. Wilberforce, OH 45385 Local Phone: (937) 376-6444 Fax: (937) 376-6562 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Patterson-Kennedy Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 4 Length of Session: 2.5 hours Number of Sessions: 98 Delivery: Communication with parents will help Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with disabilities. Ability to speak languages other than English. Transportation Provided: NO The Central State University Learning Academy provides certified teachers and college level tutors to implement an instructional program to improve test scores and study skills in reading and math. Instructional methodology will include one-on-one instruction, small group lectures and homework requiring parental involvement. Students and parents will receive constant and consistent feedback and student achievement. The CSU Learning Academy approach in instruction includes a motivational component for both student and parent involvement.
establish and coordinate supplemental instruction.

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Channel Learning Center CONTACT INFORMATION Kym Garvin 3833 Grove City Rd. Grove City, OH 43123 Phone: (614) 531-5856 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): To Be Announced Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 5 Length of Session: 1.5 hours Number of Sessions: 17 Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Ability to speak languages other than English. Transportation Provided: NO Channel Learning Center provides one-on-one and small group instruction at local schools, libraries, and community centers (may have IN HOME TUTORING available). We work with the families to schedule tutoring times that meet the familys needs. Our programs goal is to improve your childs academic success. Channel Learning Center assesses your child with pre-test and post-test to help determine where their strengths and weaknesses are academically. The workbooks and diagnostic test offer both application and problem solving opportunities. Our program is aligned with the Ohio Department of Educations outcomes. OUR EDUCATIONAL STAFF IS SELECTED BY QUALIFICATIONS WITH CONSIDERATIONS BEING THE HIGHEST DEGREE/EDUCATION ATTAINED AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE INCLUDING EXPERIENCE IN SPECIAL NEEDS AREAS.

Classof1 CONTACT INFORMATION Srinivas Yellayi 6569 Glen Coe Dr. Brecksville, OH 44141 Toll Free Phone: (877) Classof1 Phone: (216) 233-2274 Fax: (201) 661-2826 Subject(s): Mathematics Location(s): Online Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 3-4 Length of Session: 1hour Number of Sessions: 35 Delivery: Online/Web-Based Special Qualifications: Ability to speak languages other than English. Transportation Provided: NO Classof1 is an online, one-on-one tutoring program. Students can avail live tutoring from the comfort and security of their own home. Classof1 has worked with numerous children in the cities of Lima, Elyria, and Cleveland under the SES program. Tutors are present throughout the duration of each one hour tutoring session. They speak live to the student, solve problems while student observes and vice versa. The program is highly effective and provides a large amount of one-on-one, hands-on support to students to get them over learning difficulties. More than 80% of surveyed mothers reported that their children experienced academic improvement as a direct consequence of Classof1 tutoring.

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Club Z! In-Home Tutoring Services CONTACT INFORMATION Brandy Smith 15310 Amberly Dr., Ste. 185 Tampa, FL 33647 Toll Free Phone: (800) 434-2582 Local Phone: (937) 376-0288 Fax: (813) 549-0185

Community of Faith CONTACT INFORMATION J. Edwin Sanders 356 Eddy Rd. Cleveland, OH 44108 Phone: (216) 451-9240 Fax: (216) 451-9240

Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): To be Announced Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 3 Location(s): In-Home Length of Session: 2 hours Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 1-3 Length of Session: 1 to 2 hours Number of Sessions: 40 Delivery: Small Group Instruction Number of Sessions: 26.5 Delivery: Individualized Tutoring Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students Small Group Instruction with disabilities. Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students Transportation Provided: YES with disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Ability to speak languages other than English. We offer small group instruction with a 5:1 ratio that Transportation Provided: NO will offer an individualized curriculum in Math and Reading. Our instructional model includes a preClub Z! is the worlds largest one-on-one in home assessment, a mid-term assessment, and a posttutoring company. Our tutors can come straight to assessment. your home, so parent(s)/guardian(s) do not have to worry about transportation. Club Z! provides tutoring We will expect all students to improve their academic in reading and mathematics. If your student selects the performance by at least two grade levels during their Club Z! program, they will get the individual attention time with our instructors. they deserve. Club Z! also offers small group instruction in public facilities convenient for each We will maintain monthly communication with family. Sessions generally last 1-2 hours depending parents and teachers through the monthly progress on each students individual needs. Club Z! has a reports which will be distributed to parents and staff. program model to fit any students educational need. A customized program is created for each student Our program objectives are consistent with the based upon assessment results. The Club Z! program achievement goals set forth by the State of Ohio and is highly individualized allowing for maximum we are consistent with Section 504 of the Ohio Code. achievement results. We prefer to provide services after-school in the school buildings where the students attend. We have centralized Education Center close to the school where students will be transported, receive services, and given a hot meal. Transportation is available!

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Community Threads, Inc. CONTACT INFORMATION Pam Grear 1509 East Main St. Columbus, OH 43205 Phone: (614) 253-1005 Fax: (614) 774-4536 Subject(s): Reading Location(s): Local Library To Be Announced Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 5 Length of Session: 2 hours Number of Sessions: 38 40 Delivery: Small Group Instruction Transportation Provided: TO BE DETERMINED

Dayton Urban League CONTACT INFORMATION Sharmin Philpot 907 W. Fifth St. Dayton, OH 45402 Local Phone: (937) 220-6652 Fax: (937) 341-6500

Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Edison @ Fairview M.S. KIND Program 2720 E. Third St. Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 2 Length of Session: 2 hours Number of Sessions: 20 Delivery: Individualized Tutoring Small Group Instruction Community Threads is a community-based Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students organization headquartered in Columbus, Ohio. with disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Community Threads is providing a tutoring service to Transportation Provided: YES Dayton students because we believe children matter everywhere. Community Threads tutoring services The Dayton Urban League utilizes a dedicated, state will provide Entrepreneurship, Character Building, certified, teaching staff to implement the SES Reading, Math, and Life Skills. Program. We have flexible schedules, in several locations, to coincide with the school hours of the students in the area that we serve. All locations are For more information contact Edith Cooper comfortable and conducive to learning. During intake, at (614) 231-0500. discussions are held with the parent and student so that we can prepare an Academic Educational Plan to meet the students needs. In addition, we assess each students Math and Reading/Language Arts skills, so that we can focus on those most needed. Students typically attend two 90-minute sessions a week and at each session they receive 45 minutes of Math and 45 minutes of Reading/Language Arts. Each 45-minute session consist of 15 minutes of direct instruction, 15 minutes of guided practice, and 15 minutes of discussion/application/feedback. In addition, we provide students with a snack during the first 30 minutes and allow them to quietly network with their classmates. Overall, we believe that our service is an excellent opportunity for your child to improve his/her academic skills and we offer these services from the beginning to the end of the school year. After the Ohio Achievement Test, we are committed to providing remediation in academic subjects, if needed

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Education Recruiting Services CONTACT INFORMATION Ty Hairston 423 Jefferson St. Ravenna, OH 44266 Toll Free Phone: (877) 707-3596 Phone: (614) 537-0290 Fax: (614) 863-8586 E-mail: ers0044@yahoo.com Website: educationrecruitingservices.com

Education Station CONTACT INFORMATION Dawn Johnson 10106 W. San Juan Way, Ste. 100 Littleton, CO 80129 Phone: (216) 346-0611 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Fairview E.S. Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 3 Length of Session: 1hour Number of Sessions: 40 Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Ability to speak languages other than English. Transportation Provided: NO

Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Orville Wright Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 4 Length of Session: 2 hours Number of Sessions: 33 Delivery: Individualized Tutoring Small Group Instruction Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Education Station provides small group instruction for students in grades K-12 who are functioning at Ability to speak languages other than English. Transportation Provided: YES instructional levels K-8 in reading and 1-8 in math. Our intensive research-based reading and math Education Recruiting Services is a State of Ohio approved programs deliver results by targeting each students Supplemental Educational Services Provider specializing in a wide range of cultural, educational and entertaining programs. skill gaps which will help students improve their We enhance the academic and personal growth for every student. academic achievement. Students who received at least The wonderful service we offer is based on a win/win philosophy 20 hours of instruction from Education Station showed for all involved. Our after-school programs provide schools the gains of 44 scale score points in reading and 49 scale additional assistance needed to help achieve Adequate Yearly score points in math between pre- and postProgress (AYP) that is aligned with the State of Ohios math and languages arts academic standards. We understand that many assessments. Our programs are aligned to Ohio state standards and are generally delivered at school sites after regular school day in 60-minute sessions, 2 or more times per week. Our dedicated instructors are trained to focus Why choose Education Recruiting Services? on each students individual academic needs. Education Station requires minimum enrollment of Preferred provider of parents in the State of Ohio students per site and per district. Actual minimum Tutoring from highly certified teachers enrollment thresholds will vary based on local The program will be in a classroom setting requirements and conditions specific to individual Monthly progress reports Individualized achievement plan developed specifically for LEAs.
your child Curriculum designed by board certified Special Education and K-12 teachers Snacks provided daily Tuition is free Students earn while they learn parents demand a quality education for their child. As a result, we formed a team of Board Certified Teachers who created a K12 math and reading program designed to boost literacy and basic math skills. In addition, we provide test-taking strategies designed to teach students how to take standardized tests.

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Educational Enterprises CONTACT INFORMATION Irene Johnson 121 Luckie St. NW Ste. 100 Atlanta, GA 30303 Toll Free Phone: (877) 416-0440 Local Phone: (937) 277-6405 Fax: (404) 477-3354

Educational Institute of Learning and Innovation CONTACT INFORMATION A. E. Campbell, JD 2935 Lafeuille Cincinnati, OH 45211 Phone: (216) 799-5705 Fax: (513) 619-8070

Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Local Library Location(s): Local Library In-Home Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 6-7 To Be Announced Length of Session: 2 hours Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 2 Length of Session: 1.5 hours Number of Sessions: varies Number of Sessions: 20-23 Delivery: Individualized Tutoring Delivery: Individualized Tutoring Small Group Instruction Small Group Instruction Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with specific disabilities. Experience teaching LEP with specific disabilities. students. Ability to speak languages other than Transportation Provided: NO English. Transportation Provided: NO Educational Enterprises offers a comprehensive tutorial program in the core subjects of In-Home Tutoring: Educational Institute uses a Reading/Language Arts and Mathematics. We also diverse group of professionals with skills in solving focus on Test-Taking and Study Skills to assist educational and industry problems. The professionals students in raising academic achievement in class and possess educational backgrounds that enable them to on standardized tests. Pre-test and post-tests are effectively train students how to perform at levels conducted to assess student needs and to measure complimentary to the state content standards. academic growth. We service students grades K-12 on Professionals with backgrounds that use math and and off school campuses. With the experience of reading in their fields will be key in ensuring that the certified teachers, retired teachers, and trained degreed supplemental services are aligned with the academic professionals, we utilize small group (1:5) and standards. The key areas of math and reading will be individualized instruction models (1:1) to facilitate the primary focus of the educational services. student success. Sessions will be conducted, two Days Tutoring sessions are provided at the most convenient Per Week Available, 1.5 hours per day for 12-15 location for the family (home, public library, or weeks. school). Visit us on the web at ww.eduent.com or call us toll free at 1-877-416-0440.

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Educational Options, Inc. CONTACT INFORMATION Dr. Greg Eckles 3440 N. Fairfax Dr. Arlington, VA 22201 Toll Free Phone: (866) 890-8153 Fax: (703) 248-0704 E-mail: info@blueridgelearning.com

Educational Resource Consultants of Ohio CONTACT INFORMATION Scott Rossell 11260 Chester Rd., Ste. 230 Cincinnati, OH 45246 Phone: (513) 771-2363 Fax: (513) 771-4435

Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Subject(s): Mathematics Location(s): Local Library To Be Announced Location(s): Online Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 6 Schedule: Days Per Week Available: varies Length of Session: varies Length of Session: 1 2 hours Number of Sessions: 28 Number of Sessions: varies Delivery: Small Group Instruction Delivery: Online/Web-Based Individualized Tutoring Transportation Provided: NO Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students Educational Options, Inc. is a web-based education with disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. provider, servicing students in grades 7-12 in core Ability to speak languages other than English. academic areas. Our rigorous courses are research- Transportation Provided: NO based and aligned with state and national curriculum standards to ensure your student covers the The ERCO Academic Tutoring program offers Free educational topics necessary to succeed in high school Tutoring Services to students in the core subjects of and beyond. Students responsibilities include reading/language arts and math. ERCO provides working on their prescriptive courses of study individual and small group tutoring in public libraries, (specified lessons and submissions) as assigned community and child care centers, and schools. All according to their academic plan. Because our students who enroll in our program are given pre- and instruction is delivered online, tutors and students post- Scantron Assessment tests in reading and math. have access to coursework anytime, anywhere. There This is a state approved test that pinpoints the true Scantron is no software to install or update; all you needs is a proficiency level of our students. computer with basic internet connection. Students can Performance Series provides our tutors the ability to work at home, from the library, or at school whenever create learning materials in reading and math, based it fits into their schedule, giving them the flexibility on the students assessment results. they need to achieve many of their goals. We believe that all children are capable of learning when: Given proper attention Placing them in a nurturing environment Assisting them in the specific area where they need help Motivating them to learn and challenging them to grow We are committed to hiring the most qualified, caring tutors, who understand the needs of our children.

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Envision Learning Center CONTACT INFORMATION Sheryl McClung Garner 1977 Section Rd. Cincinnati, OH 45237 Phone: (513) 772-5437 Fax: (513) 351-9442 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Dayton Metro Libraries E. C. Doran Public Libraries Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 3-5 Length of Session: 1 to 4 hours Number of Sessions: 32 Delivery: Small Group Instruction Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with specific disabilities. Transportation Provided: NO Envision Learning Center is a full service tutoring facility. We will provide onsite tutors for students in the Dayton local school district. In choosing Envision Learning Center as the tutoring provider, each student will receive, besides personalized instruction, the revolutionary xy chart that has improved math skills dramatically and the opportunity to participate in our Power Saturday programs which are math and science intensive based on interactive work that prepares students for standardized testing. Students who have fully participated in our program have seen academic increases in math and reading of minimally 20% per subject and raised quarter/semester grade.

eProgress Academy CONTACT INFORMATION Kelly Claibourne 6100 Channingway Blvd., Ste. 505 Columbus, OH 43232 Toll Free Phone: (866) 863-7381 Fax: (614) 388-5803 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Online In-Home Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 6 Length of Session: 1 hour Number of Sessions: 20-30 Delivery: Online/Web-Based Individualized Tutoring Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with specific disabilities. Transportation Provided: NO
eProgress Academy is a web based tutoring organization. We offer live, 1:1 tutoring to students in grades K-12 in the subjects of Language Arts, Reading and Math. eProgress will provide all tutoring instruction through one of two methods. The first option allows students to work with a tutor via the internet from their home computers. Additionally, students and parents have the option to have an eProgress tutor come to their home or public location of their choice with a laptop. eProgress does not provide computers or internet connections to students who wish to work with a tutor via the internet. Students are tutored by a highly skilled and degreed teacher using MySkills Tutor. This curriculum is specifically designed to increase student academic achievement to attain proficiency in meeting the Ohio Standards. After in depth conservations with the students parents and teacher eProgress tutors will create an Individualized Education Plan to be used as a guide for each students curriculum. Students will be administered both pre-tests and post-tests to make initial and ongoing assessments of student mastery in all academic content standards and benchmarks, grade level content expectations, and student achievement standards. Individualized lessons target student areas of weakness in state and district academic content standards. Mastery of academic content standards is recorded in an organized format which allows districts, teachers and parent(s)/guardian(s) to monitor student progress.

Parent(s)/Guardian(s) and students will have the opportunity to tailor their tutoring session schedules to fit their individual needs. Sessions will take place two to four times per week lasting one to two hours each session. Sessions are available for students seven days a week from 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM including weekends, holidays, and summer if permitted by the district. Disclaimer Notice: All program descriptions and achievement reports were submitted by the providers/agencies.

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Help Save Our Youth Outreach Program CONTACT INFORMATION Kimberly Jones PO Box 60246 Dayton, OH 45426 Local Phone: (937) 270-1721 E-mail: HelpSaveOurYouth@acn.net Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Cornell Heights Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 4 Length of Session: 1-2 hours Number of Sessions: varies Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Transportation Provided: NO

High Expectations Educational Services, LLC CONTACT INFORMATION Monique Underwood PO Box 915 Dublin, OH 43017 Toll Free Phone: (866) 440-4337 Phone: (614) 352-5153

Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Faith-Based Organization 2190 Fairport Avenue (45406) Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 3-4 Length of Session: 2 hours Number of Sessions: 36 Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students Help Save Our Youth Outreach Program provides with disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. certified teachers and college level tutors to implement Ability to speak languages other than English. an instructional program to improve test scores and Transportation Provided: YES study skills in reading and math. Our state qualified staff will make sure that your child's experiences are What to expect from H.E.E.S.? H.E.E.S. is committed continuously successful while quickly improving to helping students achieve by supporting their efforts his/her proficiency. We used a research-based 100%. High Expectations Educational Services, LLC. intervention program that helps struggling students will use a Direct Instruction curriculum that focuses on become competent students. Upon completion of the the current needs of the student. Our tutors will help program students will demonstrate significant, students get up to speed and stay on track with specialized curriculums and scheduled examinations, measurable academic gains. as well as prepare students for the Ohio Proficiency test. Our curriculum will use reading standards that focus on Phonemic Awareness, Word Recognition and Fluency Research, Reading Applications, Acquisition of Vocabulary, etc. The mathematical curriculum will include Number, Number Sense and Operation, Measurement, Geometry and Spatial Sense, Patterns, Functions and Algebra, etc. H.E.E.S. offers Certified Teachers and Degreed Professionals and a strong commitment to the future of our students.

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HighRise Services Company, Inc. CONTACT INFORMATION Shollet Wise Joyce Cameron 593 Infirmary Rd. Dayton, OH 45427 Local Phone: (937) 268-6602 Fax: (937) 268-2403 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): HighRise Services 593 Infirmary Road (45427) Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 4 Length of Session: 2 hours Number of Sessions: 2 sessions per wk Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with specific disabilities. Transportation Provided: YES HighRise Services provides after-school tutoring in math, reading, and writing. Tutoring is provided in small groups or individually by a team of certified teachers and paraprofessionals. Program sessions are conducted 2 days weekly, 2 hours per day. Pre- and post-test are conducted to assess students needs and measure academic growth. Feedback is provided to parents to inform them of their childs progress. A snack is provided upon arrival and a meal before departing the program. TRANSPORTATION IS PROVIDED from school to the program site and home at the end of the day.

Huntington Learning Centers, Inc. CONTACT INFORMATION Michael Duty Karen Young 496 Kinderkamack Rd. Oradell, NJ 07649 Local Phone: (937) 433-7612 Fax: (614) 386-0004 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Huntington Learning Center 175 East Alex Bell Rd., Ste. 212 Centerville, OH 45459 Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 2 Length of Session: .5-2 hours Number of Sessions: 30 hours Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with specific disabilities. Transportation Provided: NO Huntington Learning Center provided high quality testing and individualized instruction in reading and/or mathematics to K-12 grade students at our centers onsite. Our student to teacher ratio is 1:1 up to 6:1. We provide a minimum of 30 hours of instruction in Reading or Math. We have successful instruction students who are Limited English Proficient and Special Education students; however, all our curricula are in English.

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Increased Learning Services CONTACT INFORMATION Donald K. Minus PO Box 61034 Dayton, OH 45406 Local Phone: (937) 361-9145 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Jefferson Local Library In-Home Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 6 Length of Session: 1.5-2 hours Number of Sessions: varies Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Transportation Provided: NO Increased Learning Services is an organization consisting of Dayton area professionals who have decades of experience teaching students from various school districts. It is our mission to have every student meet the State of Ohio minimum grade requirements along with maximizing their critical thinking skills. As responsible members of the community, we will passionately pursue academic excellence and the increased comprehension of every student serviced by our program. We will use examples from our professional experiences as well as from the lives of the students to develop and intensify their desires to grow through incremental learning and greater understanding. The students will be provided with snacks prior to instruction and will have the opportunity to earn varying levels of incentive awards through academic advancement, classroom attendance, and positive behavior.

Initiative for Academic Achievement, Inc. CONTACT INFORMATION Mr. Carson PO Box 20246 Cleveland, OH 44120 Toll Free Phone: (877) CHILD 04 Fax: (877) 244-5304 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Local Library (main or near school or home) In-Home Online Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 6 Length of Session: 1-2 hours Number of Sessions: 23 Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Online/Web-Based Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Transportation Provided: YES
In addition to providing tutoring, we provide a seminar on Test Taking Strategies. The seminar provides helpful information for taking achievement tests and the OGT. Students and family come first. The tutoring process is a partnership between student, parent, teacher, and tutor. Tutoring is held at school, home, online, libraries, churches, and/or community centers. Transportation is provided, if needed. We begin your childs tutoring by administering an assessment test. Test results enable us to develop an Individual Learning Plan based upon your childs learning needs. Lessons for each tutoring session use standards based learning material aligned with Ohios Academic Content Standards. This is very important because our lessons are meaningful and help improve academic skills. We inform the family about students progress weekly and monthly using verbal and written reports. We believe learning can be fun. Therefore, we host fun-filled eating events for student and families. All tutors meet state educational requirements and must pass a criminal background check. The safety and security of your child is our priority. At the end of tutoring we expect your childs skills to improve in the areas of tutoring. Our post-test is used to measure the rate of improvement. Our Test Taking Strategies seminar is held before the achievement test date in a convenient location. It is our privilege to serve you and your child. Thank you.

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Its ALL Live, Inc. CONTACT INFORMATION Ruth E. Palmer 281 N. Prospect St. Oberlin, OH 44074 Toll Free Phone: (888) 674-6402 Fax: (440) 774-3665

JDP Educational Associates CONTACT INFORMATION Jacquelyn Pope 3906 Bradwood Dr. Dayton, OH 45406 Local Phone: (937) 219-8117 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Patterson-Kennedy Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 2 Length of Session: 2 hours Number of Sessions: varies Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with specific disabilities. Transportation Provided: NO JDP Educational Associates use the best instructional practices to enhance student learning. Students engage in grade appropriate lessons that are challenging and provide opportunities for students to work cooperatively or independently. Our highly qualified tutors model high standards of learning in order to make certain students develop the mind set that supports the foundations for learning. Tutoring Sessions: 2 days per week (2 hour sessions) Snacks Provided Biweekly student reports to parents

Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Online Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 6 Length of Session: 1hour Number of Sessions: 35 Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Online/Web-Based Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Ability to speak languages other than English. Transportation Provided: N/A FREE VIDEO TUTORING FREE COMPUTER* FREE INTERNET** 2nd 12th Grade Trained, Professional, Tutors Live, Interactive Video Content Aligned with Ohio Standards Train in your Own Home On your Own Computer Computer Literacy for your entire family Bridge the Digital Divide Requirements: Table/Desk Set Aside for Computer and Study Area Parent Accept Responsibility for Equipment in Home Planned Study Time * Computer must be earned by student by using tutoring program at least 5 hours per week. ** Internet provided during use of tutoring program only.

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K & C Educational Associates CONTACT INFORMATION Jean Kerney, Ph.D. 205 North High St. Chillicothe, OH 45601 Phone: (740) 773-5559 (740) 773-2343 Fax: (740) 775-4757 E-mail: kced1@horizonview.net Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): To Be Announced Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 2 Length of Session: 1.5 hours Number of Sessions: 23 Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Transportation Provided: NO K & C Educational Associates provides face-to-face tutorial services and small group instruction using an individualized curriculum that aligns with the academic content standards of the Dayton Public Schools.

Keys to Success Education Services, LLC CONTACT INFORMATION Corey Pitts PO Box 48343 Oak Park, MI 48217 Phone: (313) 587-6375 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): In-Home Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 2 Length of Session: 1-2 hours Number of Sessions: 2 per week Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with specific disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Ability to speak languages other than English. Transportation Provided: NO

Keys to Success Education Service is proud to serve the students of the Dayton Public Schools system. Our tutors are dedicated to giving your child the best possible chance at success in the classroom. Each tutor will develop a strong line of communication Certified teachers and highly trained professional between the parent, student, and teacher with the goal teacher assistants will work with your child to of developing a life long learner. We hope you will strengthen and enhance his/her reading and math allow Keys to Success Education Service give your child the Keys to Success. skills. A light snack will be provided at each tutoring session. We are committed and dedicated to helping your child improve his/her math and reading skills.

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Knowledge College CONTACT INFORMATION Lisa Whitely Patricia Tuley 19367 Lorain Ave. (rear) Fairview Park, OH 44126 Phone: (440) 552-3076 (440) 552-3537 Fax: (216) 862-0296 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): To Be Announced Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 2-3 Length of Session: 1 hour Number of Sessions: 25 Delivery: Small Group Instruction Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with specific disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Ability to speak languages other than English. Transportation Provided: NO Knowledge College, Inc. provides small group instruction to students. We only hire certified teachers and the tutors can only tutor up to 5 students at a time. We concentrate in the area of mathematics and reading, focusing on the Ohio Achievement Test and the Ohio Graduation Test. Each child is given a preand post-assessment and instruction will be based on individual needs. We can tutor students in grades K12, including students that may have special needs. Monthly progress reports will be given to the principal, parent, and the homeroom teacher. At the completion of all 25 hours of tutoring, the student will receive a gift card to a local store for a specified amount.

LETTERS N NUMBERS abc123 CONTACT INFORMATION Dr. Ronald L. Jackson 3371 Anaconda Dr. Cincinnati, OH 45211-3701 Toll Free Phone: (877) 503-3983 Phone: (513) 604-2551 Fax: (513) 662-1907 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Kiser Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 4 Number of Sessions: 30-40 Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Online/Web-Based Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with specific disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Ability to speak languages other than English. Transportation Provided: NO
LETTERS N NUMBERS abc123 is a family-friendly, Cincinnati-based SES provider recognized by the State of Ohio. Our staff includes certified teachers and professionals with doctorate and masters of education degrees in curriculum and instruction. We understand what it takes to help your child succeed and we provide ongoing feedback to parents, teachers, and districts. We provide flexible services before school, after school, public library, at home, and on weekends. Our research-based courses synthesize kinesthetic, auditory, visual, sensor motor, and vocal learning across all 5 elements of No Child Left Behind: Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Vocabulary Development, Fluency, and Comprehension. We use both on and offline, individual and small group, supplemental models along with direct instruction. Our curriculum help to increase student achievement in reading comprehension and math as well as writing science, and social studies for students in regular and differential education, K-12. We feature: After-School Tutoring In-Home Tutoring Evenings and Weekends Individual Learning Plans Pre/Post Testing Frequent Feedback Improved Classroom Performance Improved Test-Taking Strategies State-of-Ohio Aligned Instruction Achievement Rewards and Certificates

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Mainstream Development Educational Group, LLC

Mallory Center for Community Development CONTACT INFORMATION Samuel Burbanks 3262 Beekman St. Cincinnati, OH 45223 Phone: (513) 293-8201 Fax: (513) 591-0005 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): In-Home Dayton Metro Main Library 215 E. Third St. (45402) Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 2 Length of Session: 1.5 hours Number of Sessions: 20 Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with specific disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Transportation Provided: YES The Mallory Centers Supplemental Educational Services Program provides students from kindergarten to grade 12 with experienced instructors who deliver instruction in literacy, mathematics, and test preparation for the OAT/Graduation Tests. Sessions are held twice a week for 90 minutes per session at a library or community center and scheduled to take place either after-school or on weekends. Group size is small allowing instructors to evaluate each students strengths and weaknesses in order for instructors to develop a customized instructional plan. Students are given a diagnostic exam at the beginning of the program, which also aids our instructors in developing an individualized educational plan. Towards the end of the program, students will take a post exam that will allow student growth to be measured. Throughout the program, parents can expect ongoing communication. Parents will receive periodic progress reports and our administrative and instructional staff will be available to meet with parents.

CONTACT INFORMATION Irma Dowe 4141 West Bradley Rd., Ste. 206 Brown Deer, WI 53209 Local Phone: (937) 274-1327 Fax: (414) 371-8864 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): To Be Announced Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 4 Length of Session: 1 hour Number of Sessions: varies Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with specific disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Ability to speak languages other than English. Transportation Provided: YES Mainstream Development Educational Group works with students, teachers, and parents to assess students abilities and develop an individualized learning plan to support student learning that increases skills in math and reading. Services are provided by certified and/or highly qualified teachers from the District. Students receive a daily snack and one hot meal each week. Perfect attendance qualifies students for prizes which may include roller skating parties, movie passes, and other fun opportunities. Parents are encouraged to take an active role in their childs after school experience.

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Me 2 You, Inc. CONTACT INFORMATION Tamala R. Clark-Culp 1415 E. Dublin Granville Rd., Ste. 113 Columbus, OH 43230 Phone: (614) 989-5984 Fax: (614) 855-3242 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): To Be Announced Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 3 Length of Session: 2-3 hours Number of Sessions: 12-20 Delivery: Small Group Instruction Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with specific disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Ability to speak languages other than English. Transportation Provided: YES (Limited)

Mentorscope CONTACT INFORMATION Anita Jackson PO Box 806467 St. Clair Shores, MI 48080 Toll Free Phone: (866) 936-3686 Fax: (586) 777-8537

Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Orville Wright In-Home Online Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 1-5 Length of Session: 2-3 hours Number of Sessions: 35-40 Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Online/Web-Based Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with specific disabilities. Experience teaching LEP Me 2 You is dedicated to providing the highest quality students. Ability to speak languages other than of instruction designed to increase the academic English. achievement of your student. Our gender-based small Transportation Provided: NO group instruction allows for maximum concentration and minimal distractions. We will provide instruction Mentorscope is an innovative and responsive company in reading and math consistent with the State of Ohio that is a leading choice for academic tutoring for academic content standards. We will also provide Mathematics and Reading/Language Arts. We daily snacks for each student. Perfect attendance provide one-on-one, small group, or web-based qualifies students for prizes and other fun instruction for students in grades K-12. Mentorscope opportunities. provides a high quality, research-based, data-driven instructional program which is aligned with National, State, and District standards and benchmarks. Mentorscope helps students develop into fluent, independent, and highly skilled readers. Mentorscope has the answer to ENGAGE, MOTIVATE, and ACCELERATE your childs learning capacity to guide them to the pathway of success.

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Metropolitan Certified Teachers Association, LLC CONTACT INFORMATION Floyd F. Johnson 1245 Harding Ave. Detroit, MI 48214 Corporate Office: (313) 821-6448 Toll Free Phone: (800) 734-3448 Local Phone: (937) 602-2881 Fax: (313) 821-6449

Miami Valley Literacy Council CONTACT INFORMATION Michelle Brown, Director of Education & Programs 18 West First St. Dayton, OH 45402-1249 Local Phone: (937) 223-4922 Fax: (937) 223-0271

Subject(s): Reading Location(s): Miami Valley Literacy Council Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics The Learning Club Location(s): Belle Haven 1133 S. Edwin C. Moses Blvd. (45408) Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 6 In-Home Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 1 to 6 Length of Session: 1 hour Length of Session: 1 2.5 hours Number of Sessions: aver. 2 per week Number of Sessions: 17 minimum Delivery: Small Group Instruction Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Individualized Tutoring Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with specific disabilities. Experience teaching LEP with specific disabilities. Ability to speak languages students. other than English. Transportation Provided: NO Transportation Provided: NO

We want to help your child learn! Our kind and Metropolitan Certified Teachers Association (MCTA) experienced staff will help your child love learning and find offers a 32-hour Academic Intervention and Extension success in school.

Support Program in reading, math, and content-area reading programs in conjunction to your child(ren)s regular school day. We service students in grades PreK-12. Your child(ren) will be involved in an Intensive Academic Study program consisting of Reading Comprehension, Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Vocabulary Development, Writing, OAT/OGT/Terra Nova Preparation (as a part of bonus hours), including mathematical concepts and applications. MCTA uses the scientifically proven DIMTERQ method of teaching students how to perform reading comprehension and mathematical functions at a higher accuracy rate within a 6 to 8 week period. With a success record of bringing our students up to grade level by one to two grade levels while in our program, our students have gained the necessary skills to succeed in their next grade level. Progress reports are distributed every two weeks.

The Miami Valley Literacy Council offers The Learning Club (TLC) a comprehensive tutoring program for at-risk students in the community. The primary site for The Learning club is located at the Montgomery County Job Center. The Learning Club provides tutoring support for children struggling with learning or wanting to improve their skills and find success at home, school, and with their community. At the tutoring centers, the students work one-on-one and in small groups with professional tutors and staff to build skills in reading and math, work on problem areas and strengthen their sense of self-esteem, self-respect, and accomplishment. Late afternoons (after-school) and a Saturday program are available and sessions are conducted in a safe, positive, stimulating environment monitored by professional educators. Students receive help with school work, build reading, language arts and math skills, play educational games, read books, use computers (Job Center site) and work with a caring staff and tutors. Fun is part of TLC and we use creative learning materials and incentives to make the experience one to be enjoyed and anticipated, not dreaded!

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Milestones Tutoring CONTACT INFORMATION Nyesha Harper 608 Acklin Toledo, OH 43608 Phone: (614) 352-6212 E-mail: nnharper1225@yahoo.com Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Franklin Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 7 Length of Session: 1.5-2 hours Number of Sessions: 18-24 Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with specific disabilities. Transportation Provided: YES Milestones Tutoring is a highly effective tutoring program that services students in grades K-8. Milestone uses research-based materials that are designed to improve student academic performance and confidence. Students are given individualized standards based learning plans that focus on areas that are in need of improvement. Tutoring sessions are done in small groups to increase educational impact. Transportation is provided if needed and sessions are held at libraries and sites. After successful completion of the program, Milestone rewards students with a cash bonus, showing them education is an important investment in their future.

Momentum, LLC (Educational Services) CONTACT INFORMATION Kathi Howard-Primes 1140 Haselton Rd. Cleveland Heights, OH 44121 Phone: (216) 403-0120 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Agape Bible Fellowship 2560 N. Main St. Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 2 Length of Session: 2 hours Number of Sessions: 26 Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Transportation Provided: NO Momentuum, LLC is the premier educational service provider of choice because of its on-time, consistent delivery of educational programs to K-12 targeted students. As a provider of supplemental educational services, i.e. math and reading tutoring that meets state education standards. Momentuum will instruct age appropriate curriculum that meets state academic content standards. State certified and qualified tutors and instructors will provide a creative and personal approach to engage students and motivate students to learn. Our first rate tutoring in reading, mathematics, and language arts are customized to student academic levels in grades K-12 and are enhanced by college preparation and career awareness activities.

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New Dimension Learning Center CONTACT INFORMATION Terri M. Sims 821 Whitmore Ave. Dayton, OH 45417 Toll Free Phone: (866) 413-6352 Local Phone: (937) 901-8079 Fax: (937) 268-4395 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): New Dimension Learning Center 821 Whitmore Ave. (45417) Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 2 Length of Session: 1.5 hours Number of Sessions: 30 Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Transportation Provided: NO

Nine Consulting Services CONTACT INFORMATION Jeffery Kirkman 2563 Lakewood Ave. Lima, OH 45805 Phone: (419) 227-0897 Subject(s): Reading Location(s): Eastmont Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 2 Length of Session: 1 hour Number of Sessions: varies Delivery: Individualized Tutoring Transportation Provided: NO

Nine Consulting Service is a minority owned education provider that tailor its program to each individual student based on their needs. Are goal is to Our mission at NDLC is to install each child A love increase the education level of each student by one of learning to last a lifetime. Our tutors are state grade or by at least 25%. We work one-on-one with certified teachers with a passion for teaching. Our each student to maximize the learning experience. curriculum encourage students to reach their academic potential, while motivating them with confidence in mastering their basic skills. In order for us to provide curriculum to each student, we will have a pre- and post-diagnostic evaluation. We encourage our parents to help their child at home by providing a progress report describing their childs learning progress at the end of every month. We at NDLC believe a childs first teacher is their parents. Knowledge is power and with help from NDLC tutoring program and the involvement from the parents at the end of this program your child will have the POWER of KNOWLEDGE.

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Open Book Tutoring CONTACT INFORMATION Darlene Barrett 2008 Clearstream Way Clayton, OH 45315 Local Phone: (937) 902-8735 Fax: (937) 832-8735

Paramount Development Association CONTACT INFORMATION Tanya Martin 1818 W. Third St. Dayton, OH 45417 Local Phone: (937) 263-8176 Fax: (937) 263-8175

Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Paramount Development Association Location(s): Meadowdale E.S. Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 4 4075 Germantown Pike (45427) Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 6 Length of Session: 1.5 hours Number of Sessions: 16 Length of Session: 2 hours Number of Sessions: varies Delivery: Small Group Instruction Small Group Instruction Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students Delivery: Individualized Tutoring with specific disabilities. Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students Transportation Provided: NO with specific disabilities. Ability to speak languages other than English. Open Book Tutoring offers free tutoring to children Transportation Provided: NO first through sixth grade. Our goal is to provide students with the best learning experience possible Paramount Development Association (PDA) focus on through small group settings with highly qualified student achievement. It allows the student to work at teachers, positive reinforcement, and most importantly his/her own pace and our technology program a creative and enjoyable environment. The students promotes excellence along with the student improvement will be monitored through progress achievements. We work to understand our students reports, which will be distributed to parents, the needs by implemental pre-test, personalized lessons, childs school, and the district on a biweekly basis. developmental strategies, appropriate evaluation tools, We monitor We are looking forward to serving both students and mastery test along with post-test. parents during this school year as we strive to make a students progress and performance. We create a discipline approach through education by utilizing positive impact on the educational process. tutorials, mentoring, individual analysis, customized lesson design, and individual testing. PDA promotes individual, group tutorials, and peer learning sessions. There will be a Highly Qualified Staff member present that will embrace early intervention to educational development.

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Porter Education and Communication, Inc. CONTACT INFORMATION Chris Durham 8181 Professional Place, Ste. 240 Landover, MD 20785 Toll Free Phone: (866) 372-7427 Local Phone: (937) 520-1741 Fax: (301) 577-8926 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): In-Home Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 2 Length of Session: 1.5 hours Number of Sessions: 28 Delivery: Individualized Tutoring Small Group Instruction Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with specific disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Ability to speak languages other than English. Transportation Provided: NO LET US COME TO YOU! That is right (PE & C) Porter Education will send a professional teacher to your home to work with your child one-on-one, or with siblings. Porter Education will work with your schedule, making it possible for you, the parents to have real input. Our instructor(s) will design a program catered to the individual student. Our program allows you to avoid the traffic, avoid crowded learning environments, remove the impact of negative peer pressure, and create the best environment for your child to learn; at home, and with your supervision. Our instructional program considers all learning styles and is closely aligned with the Content Standards of the Ohio Department of Education and Dayton Public Schools.

POWER KIDS CONTACT INFORMATION Nolan G. Graham Maria Fuentes-Graham 262 E. Social Row Rd. Dayton, OH 45458 Local Phone: (937) 885-5434 (937) 830-9265 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Meadowdale E.S. Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 2 Length of Session: 2 hours Number of Sessions: 50 hours Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with specific disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Ability to speak languages other than English. Transportation Provided: YES Partners with you and the Dayton Public Schools district to provide your student with high quality educational/tutorial programs in reading, language arts, and math based on the Ohio Academic Standards. Our teachers are certified staff who can provide instruction and practice to strengthen reading and math skills. We offer tutoring Tuesday and Thursday from 3:30 6:00 p.m. focusing on individual and small group instruction. Our goal is to promote success, increase confidence and self-esteem with each student to ensure that NO Child is Left Behind. Your child will be taught in a neighborhood school where learning and safety are of up most importance. It is our goal that upon completion of our program, your child will be a successful student. In addition to a twice weekly tutorial sessions, we will provide:

Not only does PE & C provide instructional educators, these educators also serve as role models and mentors 9 End of program pizza party to reward hardworking as they assist in the students social development as students well. PE & Cs home based approached has 9 Free snacks at beginning of each session successfully raised 85% of the students in the 9 Ongoing incentive for students who show progress programs test scores in both reading and math. and have good attendance 9 Safe and caring atmosphere TOGETHER WE CAN SUCCEED
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Prime Performance CONTACT INFORMATION Milton J. Pearson 6748 Sandy Dr. Trotwood, OH 45426 Local Phone: (937) 245-0250 Fax: (937) 847-1694

Project Impact-Dayton, Inc. CONTACT INFORMATION Sharon Conyers 115 E. Third St. Dayton, OH 45402 Local Phone: (937) 222-5683 ext. 29 Fax: (937) 222-4640

Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Jefferson Location(s): Prime Performance Project Impact-Dayton 731 E. Main St. (45426) Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 2 115 E. Third St. (45402) Length of Session: 2 hours Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 5 Length of Session: 2 hours Number of Sessions: 25 Number of Sessions: varies Delivery: Small Group Instruction Small Group Instruction Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students Delivery: Individualized Tutoring with specific disabilities. Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students Transportation Provided: NO with specific disabilities. Prime Performance uses curriculum that is research- Transportation Provided: YES based and abides by the Academic Content Standards that are tested by the Ohio Achievement Test. Our For over 12 years, Project Impact-Dayton, Inc. has tutoring materials provide daily instructional practices been providing successful tutorial services to students that are meaningful and engage thought-provoking in the Montgomery County for grades K-8, and for the hands-on activities. Each student will be assessed and past 5 years has collaborated with City of Dayton Parks Recreation and Youth Services and Dayton provided a Personal Development Plan accordingly. Public Schools to provide the 21st Century AfterAfter completion of the Prime Performance program, School Program. Project Impact utilizes certified students will: teachers who are trained in the Ohio Academic 9 Improve basic educational skills such as Content Standards and have over 25 years of comprehension skills, vocabulary skills, reading successful teaching in the Dayton Public Schools strategies, and fluency system and have a proven track record of significant 9 Improve confidence and proficiency with number improvement shown in student achievement and sense, basic operation, algebra, geometry, school attendance. We utilize the ODE Academic measurement, and mental math Content Standards, student homework assignments, 9 Improve test-taking skills teacher observation forms, and our Brainchild assessment tool to determine the target indicators and Participants in the Prime Performance tutoring baseline date to help develop instructional lesson plans program will benefit from: to address the deficiencies in the areas of reading and 9 Secondary tutoring location on weekends math. Project Impact collaborates with the childs 9 Experienced, licensed, and caring teachers parent and classroom teacher to help address and 9 Parent/Teacher collaboration and small group monitor childs progress. study 9 Snacks provided daily 9 Attendance and achievement incentives

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Quality Educational Strategies (QUEST) CONTACT INFORMATION Dr. Rosemary Herpel 7533 Bendleton Dr. Hudson, OH 44236 Phone: (216) 272-3686 Fax: (440) 542-0154 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): In-Home Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 6 Length of Session: 1 hour (M-F) 3-4 hours (Sat.) Number of Sessions: varies Delivery: Individualized Tutoring Small Group Instruction Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with specific disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Ability to speak languages other than English. Transportation Provided: NO Quality Educational Strategies (QUEST) has worked with students in large urban areas in Ohio, including Cleveland, Akron, and Youngstown. Tutoring takes place in schools (where applicable), churches, community centers and homes. Sessions are held during the week and on Saturdays. QUEST serves students in grades K-12. All instruction is delivered by state certified teachers in small groups and one-onone sessions. Each student has an individual achievement plan for reading and/or math. The plan is created after students receive an initial assessment. Curriculum is developed by QUEST in collaboration with tutors and is aligned with state standards. Students participate in hands-on activities designed to supplement the instruction received during their daily classes. Teachers and parents receive regular progress reports. There is an end of the year celebration for all students who complete the tutoring program. Students receive gift cards at this celebration.

Raise the Grade, LLC CONTACT INFORMATION Teresa Gose Brian Miller 2480 Peekskill Columbus, OH 43219 Phone: (614) 577-0566 Fax: (614) 577-0566 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Dayton Metro Library 215 E. Third St. (45402) Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 4 Length of Session: 2.5 hours Number of Sessions: 20 Delivery: Individualized Tutoring Small Group Instruction Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with specific disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Ability to speak languages other than English. Transportation Provided: NO Raise the Grade is a state approved Supplemental Educational Services provider committed to help those students who currently are attending a school that qualifies for tutoring services through the No Child Left Behind Act. Raise the Grade only employees certified teachers to deliver instructional assistance to your student. These highly qualified teachers will meet with your student weekly to further excel their educational abilities. Our staff will work closely with the parents, teachers, and administrators to ensure that each student is receiving a customized educational plan that will help them strengthen their areas of academic weakness. Parents will be notified biweekly of student progress and their individual goals will be adjusted accordingly as they progress. Students will be assessed using the Brigance Comprehensive Diagnostic to ensure proper levels of instruction. For further information, please visit our website at www.freewebs.com/raisethegradetutoring or email us at raisethegradetutoring@yahoo.com.

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Student Achievement Center CONTACT INFORMATION Diane Dotson 2208 Catalpa Dr., #1 Dayton, OH 45406 Local Phone: (937) 554-6359 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Van Cleve @ Allen Edgemont Center 919 S. Broadway Wesley Center(Delphos Ave.) In-Home Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 6 Length of Session: 2 hours Number of Sessions: 32 Delivery: Small Group Instruction Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with specific disabilities. Experience teacher LEP students. Ability to speak languages other than English. Transportation Provided: YES

T.O.P.S., Inc. CONTACT INFORMATION Kimberly Jarvis 1215 Albritton Dr. Dayton, OH 45408 Local Phone: (937) 673-6988 Fax: (937) 433-0003 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Local Library Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 2 Length of Session: 1.5 hours Number of Sessions: 18 Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with specific disabilities. Transportation Provided: YES

Are you ready for your child to go to the TOP of his or her class? Are you ready for your child to be at the TOP of the Ohio Achievement Test range? Are you ready for your child to TOP Ohios Academic Student Achievement Center, Inc. provides tutoring in Standards? If your answer to any of these questions math, reading, and language arts for students in grades are yes, then by T.O.P.S. first rate teachers is for your K-12. Our programs are offered at area youth centers child! and day care programs. Certified teachers and degreed tutors provide small group and one-on-one instruction T.O.P.S. encourages children to learn and grow to which correlate to Ohio Academic Content Standards. their potential in a fun and exciting atmosphere. Students practice Ohio Achievement Tests to become familiar with content and format. As a caring parent you can expect the following from T.O.P.S.: Parents are offered sessions to help them help their children succeed. Parents are encouraged to 9 BIWEEKLY PROGRESS REPORTS participate in our program. 9 ONGOING NEEDS ASSESSMENT 9 STUDENT/PARENT APPRECIATION Services are typically two hours after school, 2-3 days DAYS (i.e. pizza parties, ice cream socials, per week. etc.) 9 ATTENDANCE AND PERFORMANCE AWARDS T.O.P.S. tutoring programs are located in the safety of our local community schools and libraries. Each tutors is required to undergo a background check. At T.O.P.S. we care about all aspects of your childs learning environment!! Thank you for your confidence in T.O.P.S.
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The Target Excellence Program CONTACT INFORMATION Donna Berry 7442 Ingalls Way Sacramento, CA 95831 Toll Free Phone: (866) 393-4690 Fax: (916) 422-4690 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): To Be Announced Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 2 Length of Session: 1.5 hours Number of Sessions: varies Delivery: Small Group Instruction Transportation Provided: NO

The Tutoring Place, LLC CONTACT INFORMATION Trina Jones 4103 Cloud Park Dr., #A1 Dayton, OH 45424 Local Phone: (937) 623-0839 Fax: (937) 236-8695 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Eastmont In-Home Online Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 2 Length of Session: 1.5 hours Number of Sessions: 25-30 Delivery: Individualized Tutoring Small Group Instruction Online/Web-Based Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with specific disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Ability to speak languages other than English. Transportation Provided: NO

The Target Excellence Program has served over 3000 students since 1994. Our programs create an environment that meets students with the high expectations and the positive support they deserve. Each student will take a pre- and post-test during the program. The test data confirms that students improve in their test scores, become more organized, devote more time to studying, and become more focused on career goals. Parents, teachers, and school staff are The Tutoring Place, LLC: updated on a weekly basis via our interactive website. Uses a research-based, online supplemental instructional program, which is aligned to Updates are mailed to the home on a monthly basis. The Target Excellence Program provides tutoring in Academic Content Standards tested by the Ohio Achievement Test. the areas of Mathematics and English Language Arts. Challenges students overall reading comprehension abilities and engages students as they expand on the basics with advanced mathematical concepts with step-by-step tutorials, practice lessons, and helpful visual aids. The modules are bursting with quality educational content and lively illustrations, animations, and photography. Real-life problems are presented in a context to help students apply math and reading skills to everyday practices. Lively graphics help students visualize concepts and interpret data. Uses pre-test to quickly identify skill deficiencies and prescribe appropriate lessons. Students feel comfortable practicing skills in an engaging environment similar to standardized tests.

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Tutorial Services CONTACT INFORMATION Thomas H. Allor, Jr. 26063 Pennie Dearborn Heights, MI 48125 Toll Free Phone: (888) 292-2076 Fax: (313) 299-2796

Tutoring In Your Home, LLC CONTACT INFORMATION Emily Seymour 6497 Proprietors Rd. Worthington, OH 43085 Phone: (503) 508-4228

Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): In-Home Local Library Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 2 Length of Session: 1hour Number of Sessions: 47 Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with specific disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Ability to speak languages other than English. Tutorial Services is a company that offers a web-based Transportation Provided: NO solution available to students. We provide a FREE COMPUTER to use and we reimburse your family for Tutoring In Your Home, LLC is an in-home tutoring the High Speed Internet. Upon completion of the service offering personalized instruction for all academic subjects K-College including languages. program, the computer is yours to keep. Since 2004, we have been traveling directly to the Our program, in both Reading and Mathematics, students home or other desired locations. Our tutors operates 24/7 and your student can access their work are professional educators; business, science and anytime. Our licensed teachers will monitor your computer professionals, and exceptional university students work and report to you every four (4) weeks students. We take the time to assess each students on their progress. We will use phone calls and mailed precise academic, personal and scheduling needs in order to select the best tutor for each student. Tutors progress reports. then create an individualized course of study for each As the 21st century moves forward, computers play a student based on solid assessment tools, including huge roll in your childs education. We provide your expert assistance from certified teachers and our office child the tools necessary to be successful in staff. tomorrows world. Our slogan, Making a Difference, One Student at a Time, is our promise to your child and you. Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Online Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 7 Length of Session: 10-120 minutes Number of Sessions: 30+ Delivery: Small Group Instruction Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with specific disabilities. Ability to speak languages other than English. Transportation Provided: NO

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Urban Youth Academy CONTACT INFORMATION Dr. Michael S. Ward 1408 Clifton Ave. Springfield, OH 45505 Local Phone: (937) 346-6397 Fax: (937) 328-0589 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): To Be Announced Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 3 Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Transportation Provided: NO

Unified Health Solutions CONTACT INFORMATION James Allen Trevino 184 Salem Ave. Dayton, OH 45406 Local Phone: (937) 220-6641 (937) 220-6600 Fax: (937) 220-6609 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): To Be Announced Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 2 Length of Session: 3 hours Number of Sessions: 40 Delivery: Individualized Tutoring Small Group Instruction Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with specific disabilities. Transportation Provided: NO

Urban Youth Academys after school program is aligned with the Ohio Achievement Test and designed to support your childs ability to pass the OAT by using highly qualified and trained Dayton Public Schools teachers to obtain academic achievement. For more information, contact Michael Ward at (937) Unified Health Solutions is recognized by the Ohio Department of Education as an organization that can 346-6397. help your child boost their grades. If your child meets eligibility criteria, and you sign your child up for tutoring, you will receive: Tutoring services weekly during after-school hours throughout the school year Highly qualified tutors Snacks Weekly Individual Academic Plan reports Parent support/meetings after 4-6 sessions

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Wims Enterprises, Inc. CONTACT INFORMATION Charlie Yawn PO Box 22779 Cleveland, OH 44122 Toll Free Phone: (877) 736-5803 Local Phone: (937) 277-2212 Phone: (614) 302-1642 Fax: (866( 450-9512

Youth Opportunities Unlimited CONTACT INFORMATION Darlene Abney 1220 Youngh St. Middletown, OH 45044 Local Phone: (937) 779-6805 Fax: (937) 748-0283 Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): To Be Announced Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 6 Length of Session: 2 hours Number of Sessions: varies Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Special Qualifications: Experience teaching students with specific disabilities. Experience teaching LEP students. Ability to speak languages other than English. Transportation Provided: YES

Subject(s): Reading, Mathematics Location(s): Edison @ Fairview M.S. Local Libraries (Dayton View, Downtown, Westwood, Ft. McKinley, and other branches) Schedule: Days Per Week Available: 6 Length of Session: 2 hours Number of Sessions: 22 Delivery: Small Group Instruction Individualized Tutoring Special Qualifications: Ability to speak languages Youth Opportunities Unlimited is a nonprofit entity other than English. providing various services to children and young Transportation Provided: YES adults in Ohio. The organization has been providing Wims Enterprises, Inc. provides one to one and small tutoring services, free of charge to students, for several group instruction in Reading and Math for students in years. Furthering the goal to enrich and empower the grades k-8. Tutoring services are provided at lives of urban children, Y.O.U. will provide tutoring convenient locations including: local libraries close to services to eligible students under the guidance of home, in-home and at Edison @ Fairview M.S. certified, experienced teachers and administrators Instructional content includes textbooks, flashcards, throughout the school year. Students will receive other manipulatives and stand-alone assessments group and individual training based on initial covering the learning strands of reading and math per assessments and ongoing consultations with schoolgrade level. Our methodology and format are to assess based staff and parents. Programs will be continually the student's weaknesses based on a review of student evaluated to ensure all students receive the best records such as grades and test scores. After that, we possible service to meet their specific needs. administer a pre-test in language and/or math, depending on the student's educational plan that Our team of dedicated tutors will design a program for includes parental input. Then the student receives the your children designed to strengthen those areas of individualized curriculum composed of exercises, their educational experience that are lacking. The activities and assignments geared towards personalized approach to serving our children allows strengthening areas of weakness. Upon completion of them to participate in evaluating the programs the curriculum, a post-test in language arts and/or effectiveness, which helps to build confidence. math is administered. Our methodology also includes Students are encouraged and supported by nurturing a year end analysis that statistically assesses the staff that are committed to serving as teachers, effectiveness of our instruction. Incentives are mentors and motivators. Your child deserves to be helped by our warm, caring and talented team of available upon completion of the tutoring program. professionals.
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PROVIDER LISTING BY SCHOOL Belle Haven, 4401 Free Pike, Dayton, OH 45416 Metropolitan Certified Teachers Association Community Threads Contact Person: Floyd F. Johnson Contact Person: Pam Grear (937) 602-2881 (614) 253-1005 Toll Free: (800) 734-3448 Cornell Heights (Rosa Parks), 2826 Campus Dr., Dayton, OH 45406 Brilliance Academy Academic Village Contact Person: Jennifer Albert Contact Person: Traci Davis Toll Free: (847) 559-7464 (937) 277-7617 (847) 972-2936 Help Save Our Youth Contact Person: Kimberly Jones (937) 270-1721 Eastmont, 1480 Edendale Rd., Dayton, OH 45432 Nine Consulting Services Contact Person: Jeffery Kirkman (419) 227-0897 The Tutoring Place Contact Person: Trina Jones (937) 623-0839

Edison @ Fairview Middle School, 2408 Philadelphia Dr., Dayton, OH 45406 Wims Enterprises, Inc. Dayton Urban League Contact Person: Charlie Yawn Contact Person: Sharmin Philpot (937) 277-2212 (937) 220-6652 Toll Free: (877) 736-5803 Fairview E.S., 1305 W. Fairview Ave., Dayton, OH 45406 AAEAA Education Station Contact Person: Beverly Andrews Contact Person: Dawn Johnson (937) 603-0935 (216) 346-0611 Franklin, 2617 E. Fifth St., Dayton, OH 45403 Milestones Tutoring Contact Person: Nyesha Harper (614) 352-6212 Horace Mann, 715 Krebs Ave., Dayton, OH 45419 No SES Provider at this Location.

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PROVIDERS BY SCHOOL Jefferson I, 1231 N. Euclid Ave., Dayton, OH 45402 Increased Learning Services Project Impact-Dayton, Inc. Contact Person: Donald Minus Contact Person: Sharon Conyers (937) 222-5683 ext. 29 (937) 361-9145 Kemp @ Grant, 4309 Arcadia Blvd., Dayton, OH 45420 Academic Recovery Services All Access: K-12 Tutoring Group Contact Person: Dawn Hobson Contact Person: Adam Luwaga (937) 361-4164 Toll Free: (800)341-2656 AWOL Group Contact Person: Dr. Robin Rice (216) 334-5066 Kiser, 1401 Leo St., Dayton, OH 45404 All Kids Can Learn Contact Person: Paul Diefenderfer (937) 294-5051/(937) 239-6262 LETTERS N NUMBERS abc123 Contact Person: Dr. Ronald Jackson Toll Free: (877) 503-3983

Loos, 45 Wampler Ave., Dayton, OH 45405 About Academic Achievement Contact Person: Yolanda Crooms (937) 361-8616 Meadowdale E.S., 4448 Thompson Dr., Dayton, OH 45416 A+ Professional Tutoring Open Book Tutoring Contact Person: Francine L. Cummings Contact Person: Darlene Barrett (937) 279-9967 (937) 832-8735 Power Kids Contact Person: Nolan Graham/Maria Fuentes-Graham (937) 885-5434/(937) 830-9265 Patterson-Kennedy, 258 Wyoming St., Dayton, OH 45409 Central State University Learning Academy JDP Educational Associates Contact Person: Lesa Taylor Devond Contact Person: Jacquelyn Pope (937) 376-6444 (937) 219-8117 Van Cleve @ Allen, 1032 Webster St., Dayton, OH 45404 Amicus II, Inc. Student Achievement Center Contact Person: David Booker Contact Person: Diane Dotson Toll Free: (877) 264-2870 (937) 554-6359
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PROVIDERS BY SCHOOL Orville Wright, 200 S. Wright Ave., Dayton, OH 45403 Education Recruiting Services Mentorscope Contact Person: Ty Hairston Contact Person: Anita Jackson Toll Free: (877) 707-3596 Toll Free: (866) 936-3686 IN-HOME PROVIDERS A to Z In-Home Tutoring, LLC Contact Person: Suzanne Yingling Toll Free: (866) 505-2869 ext. 155 Alternatives Unlimited, Inc. Contact Person: Kimberly Lane Toll Free: (800) 748-6516 Born to Lead Productions Contact Person: Antoinette Greene (937) 477-6738 Educational Institute for Learning and Innovation Contact Person: A. E. Campbell, JD (216) 799-5705 Increased Learning Services Contact Person: Donald Minus (937) 361-9145 Keys to Success Education Services, LLC Contact Person: Corey Pitts (313) 587-6375 Mentorscope Contact Persons: Anita Jackson Toll Free: (866) 936-3686 Porter Education and Communication, Inc. Contact Person: Chris Durham (937) 520-1741 Student Achievement Center Contact Person: Diane Dotson (937) 554-6359 Tutor In Your Home, LLC Contact Person: Emily Seymour (503) 508-4228

ACE Tutoring Services, Inc. Contact Person: Alfred Godinez Toll Free: (800) 688-1103 ATS Project Success Contact Person: Renee Weaver-Wright Toll Free: (800) 297-2119 Club Z! In-Home Tutoring Contact Person: Brandy Smith (937) 376-0288 Toll Free: (800) 434-2582 eProgress Academy Contact Person: Kelly Claibourne Toll Free: (866) 863-7381 Initiative for Academic Achievement Contact Person: Mr. Carson Toll Free: 877 CHILD04 Mallory Center for Community Development Contact Person: Samuel Burbanks (513) 293-8201 Metropolitan Certified Teachers Association Contact Person: Floyd Johnson (937) 602-2881 Quality Educational Strategies (QUEST) Contact Person: Dr. Rosemary Herpel (216) 272-3686 The Tutoring Place, LLC Contact Person: Trina Jones (937) 623-0839

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ONLINE/WEB-BASED PROVIDERS Achievement Based Learning, LLC Contact Person: Jeannette Madden (419) 244-2055 AWOL Group Contact Person: Dr. Robin Rice (216) 334-5066 Brainfuse Online Instruction Contact Person: Elize Aunahn Toll Free: (866) 272-4638 Classof1 Contact Person: Srinivas Yellayi Toll Free: (877) Classof1 eProgress Academy Contact Person: Kelly Claibourne Toll Free: (866) 863-7381 Its ALL Live Contact Person: Ruth E. Palmer Toll Free: (888) 674-6402 The Tutoring Place, LLC Contact Person: Trina Jones (937) 623-0839

ATS Project Success Contact Person: Renee Weaver-Wright Toll Free: (800) 297-2119 Babbage Net School, Inc. Contact Person: Brenda Nava Toll Free: (877) 959-7464 ext. 2935 Catapult Online Contact Person: Carol Howlett Toll Free: (800) 417-3125 Educational Options, Inc. Contact Person: Dr. Greg Eckles Toll Free: (866) 890-8153 Initiative for Academic Achievement Contact Person: Mr. Carson Toll Free: (877) CHILD 04 Mentorscope Contact Person: Anita Jackson Toll Free: (866) 936-3686 Tutorial Services Contact Person: Thomas Allor, Jr. Toll Free: (888) 292-2076

You may wish to directly contact the SES provider/agency that provides online/web-based computer tutoring to find out what equipment will be provided and if internet capabilities (phone line) will be required for usage.

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Ohio Department of Education Approved Supplemental Educational Services Provider Listing


(at time of publication) This listing is the list of Supplemental Educational Services providers approved by the Ohio Department of Education. The providers listed in this booklet are the providers who have stated that they intend to provide Supplemental Educational Services to Dayton Public Schools. 2 B Natural By Design Enterprises, Inc. 4kids Leadership Endowment Foundation A to Z In-Home Tutoring, LLC A+ Grades Up A+ Professional Tutoring Services AAEAA, Inc. (Achieving Academic Excellence Accelerating Abilities) ABC Tutoring, LLC Able Educational Software About Academic Achievement Acadamia.net, LLP Academic Achievement Tutoring Services, LLC Academic Bridging Center Academic Performance Coaching Academic Recovery Services Academic Support Services Academic Village, Inc. ACE Tutoring Services, Inc. Achievement Based Learning, LLC Achieving Success, LLC Adelante, Inc. Advocates Bridging Communities, Inc. African Community Relief Association African Refugee Education and Cultural Services All About Learning Tutoring Program ALL ACCESS: K-12 TUTORING GROUP All Kids Can Learn, Inc. Alliance Consulting Services, Inc. (New Learning Opportunities) Alternatives Unlimited Amicus II, Inc. AONE Solutions, Inc. Apostolic Faith Temple, Inc. Applied Scholastics International ATS Educational Consulting Services AWOL Group Babbage Net School, Inc. BORN TO LEAD PRODUCTIONS Brainfuse Online Instruction Bright Spot Educational Services Brilliance Academy of Math and Science Catapult Online Central State University Learning Academy Channel Learning Center Channel Learning Center, LLC Charter Schools Administrative Services (S.E.A.L. Program) Chicago Kids TEK, inc. dba Chi Tutorsz Classmate, LLC Classof1 Cleveland Urban Minority Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Outreach Program (CleUMADAOP) Club Z! In-Home Tutoring Services Columbus Kappa Foundation Community Action Program Community of Faith Community Threads Council of United Somali Organizations of Ohio (COSCO) Covenant Kids Educational Programs Customized Learning Services, LLC Cynthia R. Porter D.A.W.G. International, Inc. Dayton Urban League (DUL) Destiny Learning Resources Diamond Educational Services Dr. Jerry Nelson (BA/EdS/EdD/Post Doctoral Studies in math curriculum/instruction) Dr. Sedlaks Reading Enrichment Center Earl Enterprises, LLC Edceleration Educational Services/The Kirkland Group, LLC Education Counts dba KnowledgPoints Education Recruiting Services Education Station Educational Access Center Educational Communications, Inc. aka The Learning Zone Educational Enterprises Educational Facilitators, Inc. Educational Institute of Learning and Innovation Educational Intervention Services Educational Options, Inc. 56

Braxton Educational and Technology Consulting, LLC

Educational Recovery Clinic Educational Resource Consultants of Ohio, Inc. Educational Tutorial Services Eduseentials, LLC Envision Learning Center eProgress (A Division of eSchool Consultants) Expertutor+ LLC EYE to I Learning FCI Academy, Inc. First Grace United Church of Christ Another Means of Success (AMOS) Project Fresh Start Academy Galilee Missionary Baptist Church Global B-lingual Services, Inc.

Global Steps Management and Consulting Group, LLC

Globutronic Educational Group, LLC Greater Love Christian Church Institute of Learning H.O.M.E. (Hands-One Math Education) Harrison Cultural Community Centre Help Save Our Youth Outreach Program Helping Hands for Learning High Expectations Educational Services HighRise Services Company, inc. Horn of Africa Community Center, Inc. Huntington Learning Center, Inc. I KNOW I CAN ACADEMY EDUCATIONAL SOLUTIONS, LLC Increased Learning Services Increasing Sports, Entertainment & Educational Opportunities for Youth (ISE2Y) Initiative for Academic Achievement, Inc. Institute of Charter School Management and Resources, Inc. Intelligent Mature Adolescents Getting Educated Programs Its ALL Live JDP Educational Associates Jonas Education Project, LLC K and C Educational Associates KDMac Learning Center, LLC Keys to Success Education Services, LLC Knowledge College, Inc. Kumon Math and Reading Centers Leda Enterprises LETTERS N NUMBERS abc123 Lifesavers Development Corporation Lima UMADAOP Lincoln Park Tutoring Center Link-Systems International, Inc. SES Product: NetTutor Liques Club

Macedonia Community Development Corporation Young Villagers MaeTrice Development Corp After-School Program Mainstream Development Educational Group, LLC Mallory Center for Community Development Math Channel, Inc. MCs Educational Solutions, Ltd. MCDI Corporation Me 2 You, Inc. Mentorscope Metropolitan Certified Teachers Association, LLC Miami Valley Literacy Council Milestones Tutoring Momentuum, LLC Montgomery County Educational Service Center Motivational Learning, LLC dba KnowledgePoints New Beginnings New Dimension Learning Center New Fellowship Church Newton Learning, a Division of Edison Schools Nine Consulting Services Northwest Investment Group, LLC dba Future Foundations Open Book Tutoring, LLC Paramount Development Association Paula Knizner Platform Learning Porter Education & Communications, Inc. (PE&C) Positive Solution Learning Center POWER KIDS (Maria Fuentes-Graham) Premier Education Services (PES) Prime Performance: Mentoring through Sports and Education Project Impact-Dayton, Inc. Project Prosperity and Faith, Inc. PSI Affiliates, Inc. Quality Educational Strategies (QUEST) Raise the Grade, LLC Ray of hope Reading and Language Arts Centers, Inc. Renaissance Enrichment Services Ryans Creative Learning Center Sacrificial Missionary Baptist Scholars for the 21st Century Second Metropolitan Baptist Church Somali American Youth SOMALI DEVELOPMENT AGENCY Somali Immigrants Achieving Democracy Strategic Education Solutions Student Achievement Center 57

Students Aiming for Excellence Supportive Solutions Training Academy T.O.P.S. Inc. Tailored Health & Educational Concepts Taylor Education Consulting, Inc. The Center for Community Empowerment The College Review The Enterprise Company dba Cyberstudy101.com The Foundation to Advance Childhood Education The Frazier Consulting Group The Grant Writer The Innovative Educational Empowerment Group The Learning Edge The Louelle Center The Navigo Group The NEDO Group The Next Step Program, Inc. (Your Steps Make Your Impression) The Smyrna Missionary Baptist Church The Target: Excellence (dba Pacific Capital Management) The Terry Group dba Terry Learning Center The Tutoring Place Third Base Tree of Knowledge Triunfo Triumph Academy Tutorial Services Tutoring Club Tutoring Club (Gahanna) Tutoring in Your Home, LLC UMADAOP Lucas County Universal Tutoring Center, Inc. Urban Youth Academy Utopia Service Waiss Network Technologies Weepals Childcare & Latch Key Center Whiz Kids William L. Taylor dba Taylored Tutoring Wims Enterprises, Inc. Wood County Educational Service Center YES Learning and Computer Center, Inc. Youth Engaged for Successful Lives Youth Opportunities Unlimited

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Dayton Board of Education Office of School Improvement and External Resources 115 South Ludlow Street Dayton, Ohio 45402-1812
DAYTON BOARD OF EDUCATION Yvonne V. Isaacs, President Lelia Massoud, Vice President Mario Joe Lacey Gail A. Littlejohn, J.D. Jeffrey Mims Stacey M. Thompson

Non-Profit U.S. Postage PAID Permit No. 224 Dayton, OH

deliver before 10-5-07

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