Tutoring at the Family Resource Center
Congratulations on considering tutoring to help your child succeed in school. The Family Resource Center offers free small group tutoring.
Tutoring is available to any FUSD student in grades K-12.
Tutoring is held Monday through Thursday.
- Elementary students 3:45p.m. - 4:30p.m. OR 4:30p.m. -5:15p.m.
- Middle and High school students 3:15p.m. - 5:15p.m.
A tutoring session may last up to 1 hour depending on the amount of homework.
Tutoring is done in small groups by certified FUSD teachers.
All students should come prepared with books, assignments and special materials. Basic supplies are available for student use at the Family Resource Center.
Call or stop by the Family Resource Center to sign your child up for FREE tutoring. Please click on the Tutoring Registration Form for more information or to print and complete the form for submission to the Family Resource Center. (You may, of course, obtain this form at the FRC.)
Microsoft Word Registration Form
PDF Registration Form
Other tutoring options are available in the District and throughout Flagstaff that you may want to pursue.
Check with your child's teacher(s) at his or her school to find out what assistance is available before/during/after school. This may include time for them to meet with their teacher for extra help or tutoring programs they have in place at the school site.
If your elementary school has a FACTS program, homework help is available during FACTS at Title I schools for no cost. Students may only participate in homework help and not regular FACTS activities unless they are paying for FACTS services.
The middle and high schools may offer on-site tutoring. Check with your school's counseling office for more information.
Online resources may help you to help your child with their homework.
*The FUSD Family Resource Center does not endorse any tutoring resource over another. Families are responsible for checking references and all arrangements. We have gathered this information in response to requests from families.