Free Tutoring Just in Time for Report Cards

Stacy Yates, Amarillo Public Library
Stacy Yates, Amarillo Public Library

It's one of the most traumatic times of the year for students.

Report cards will soon be heading home at many area schools. And one local organization has started a new program, called Brainfuse, to help your kids if they need help bringing grades up.

The Harrington Library Consortium has funded this online tutoring for over forty libraries in the Panhandle.

The Brainfuse program allows students the opportunity to get one on one training from a professional educator.

It works in both english and spanish and is available from four to eleven p.m. every single day.

Library officials say this is a safe and reliable way to help kids improve in school.

"The tutors that work with brain fuse all have four year degrees, they're all professional educators. They all have experience teaching or tutoring. They are subject specialists, they all have had background checks," said Stacy Yates with the Amarillo Public Library.

Yates says the tutors range from graduate students to retired teachers.

All you need to access this program is a library card and a pin number.

To start using the program click on the links below: