Creative Tutors of McKinney, Texas
Here is a list of scholarships with important application deadlines and contact information.
The IEP meeting is very important for your child. In this meeting, you, one or more representative teachers, and an administrator will discuss your child’s education and his special needs so you need to be prepared. The meeting has a definite purpose: To help everyone involved with the education of your child to understand your child’s strengths and needs.
Unfortunately, the majority of children who are dyslexic are convinced that they are stupid and worthless. This child experiences failure in class, day after day. He/she looks around and sees the other children succeeding only to realize that he/she is failing. What other conclusion but “dumb” can they draw?
Here is a brief list of some of the available scholarships for 2012 seniors with contact information and application deadlines. Creative Tutors can help with scholarship application essays as well as college application essays.
U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson in conjunction with The Sallie Mae Fund and the University of Texas at Dallas to host a FREE saving, planning and paying for college workshop.
Learn about: saving for college, admissions, financial aid process, types of financial aid and scholarships.
Saturday, Oct. 22 at the University of Texas at Dallas (800 W. Campbell Rd, Richardson, TX) 3-5 p.m. For questions, please call Congressman Johnson’s office at 972-470-0892.
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David Pulsipher graduated from California State University Northridge with a BA in mathematics with an emphasis in secondary education. Following his dream inspired by a high school coach, he began his career in California teaching math and coaching basketball. After migrating to Texas, David began at Creative Tutors as a tutor and now is area manager of McKinney. He loves seeing the successes achieved by the students with their hard work and determination to succeed. He is a proud father of five children who keep him very busy. In his spare time he enjoys playing basketball and cheering for his favorite teams.
"Every student can learn, just not on the same day, or the same way." | George Evans