PASS Recruitment Survey

Your place placement will begin in the 2016-2017 school year

DONS PEER TEACHERS-Subject Labs (primarily Math and Science)
This is the most rigorous and prestigious mentor role, and all applicants will need to interview for these positions. You will teach your peers under the guidance of an SBHS teacher and the process will simulate a graduate teaching assistant working with a college professor. During seminar, you will be teaching a “lab” (four to six students in a specific course who have the same teacher). You’ll have a lesson plan and a white board, and you will communicate on a weekly basis with your master teacher in charge of that class. Successful Dons Peer Teachers are confident, can explain things clearly, have a strong academic ability, excellent attendance, and teacher recommendations. 10th graders are considered by administrative invitation only.

DONS PEER MENTORS -in Guided Studies
Peer mentors work in a classroom setting with a teacher during seminar time. You will be assigned to be an academic coach, guide, and tutor for up to three or four students within a given seminar class. You will help peers with study skills, organization, and completing assignments. Relationship building is KEY. Patience and a good sense of humor are sometimes needed with students who can be resistant to help. Being outgoing, enthusiastic, and having excellent attendance is a must.

DONS PEER TUTORS- Writing Center, Math Center or Targeted Tutorials
English or Math Centers: Peer tutors will be present in either the English or Math Center during seminar to work with students on a drop-in basis. They may also sign up to be available after school in the library one or two days a week from 3-4:30 pm. You will assist students who have a challenging assignment or are referred by one of their teachers. Your name, subject area expertise, and contact information may also be publicized so that students can find you and set up tutoring times outside of school.
Targeted Tutorials: Peer tutors may also be placed in subject-specific Targeted Tutorials to assist peers alongside a teacher during seminar.

ACADEMIC MENTOR- only if you have a free period
Tutoring in Math, Physics and AVID Classes Periods 0-6, must have an open period.

PEER MENTOR For The ACADEMY FOR SUCCESS- Must have open period 5
Peer mentors work in a classroom setting with a teacher during period 5 4 days a week. You will be assigned to be an academic coach, guide, and tutor for up to three or four students within the academy. You will help peers with study skills, organization, and completing assignments. Relationship building is KEY. Patience and a good sense of humor are sometimes needed with students who can be resistant to help. Being outgoing, enthusiastic, and having excellent attendance is a must.
Ms. Robertson and Mr.Chadwick will be running the guided studies academy. You can contact them for more information.

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