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09/14/09 — Volunteers offer assistance with tutoring as schools battle budget cuts

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Volunteers offer assistance with tutoring as schools battle budget cuts

By Phyllis Moore
Published in News on September 14, 2009 1:49 PM

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Rovonda Freeman, right, minority health coordinator with the Wayne County Health Department, talks with Lisa Tart, Grantham School principal, center, and Tomekia Hutchins, a Title I parent coordinator, left, during a recent volunteer training workshop at Brogden Middle School. Thirty-five county workers have stepped forward to accept a challenge made by County Manager Lee Smith to support the schools as mentors and volunteers.

Despite the economic strain budget cuts have placed on school systems, tutoring options are still available for struggling students. Wayne County Public Schools strives to provide additional academic support during the year, officials said. The district has already felt the...

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