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Schooling from Home in the Tennessee Valley: 2020 Edition

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Schooling from Home in the Tennessee Valley: 2020 Edition

It’s a new school year and at some point all students are going to be learning virtually for at least a bit. Since March of this year we’ve been sharing resources that help make this whole debacle a little easier to bear. As we now head into what may be an even longer stretch of remote/virtual/home school for area parents we wanted to compile all the resources in one place. Be sure to browse them all in our 2020 Back to School Guide to North Alabama.

Voila!

Tutors seeking pupils

If you are an educational professional looking to offer services to area parents, fill out this form and we’ll add you to the list!


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Parents seeking Tutors

This is that list! Divided up into age groups, this list is for any parent that needs help with your new teaching gig. It consists of area educators offering their services with virtual learning in mind.

Tutor.com is also a great resource that provides FREE, live homework help for all ages in the state of Alabama. They have increased their hours to be available seven days a week, from 7:00 AM – 11:00 PM.

Parents Seeking Childcare

Our list of local businesses offering expanded childcare services when school buildings are closed is growing daily. Be sure to check back often for new additions as we learn of them.

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Parents Seeking Internet Access

The Alabama Broadband Connectivity for Students program will provide free internet access for eligible students who are enrolled in the National School Lunch Program through their schools.


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Homeschooling

If you decided to take the plunge and start your own curriculum plan, keep our Homeschooling Guide to Huntsville close and refer to it often.

 

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