Learner Information

We offer a range of tutoring options to suit your needs. All of our services are available to our learners depending on their literacy levels and their stated needs and goals.

Please take a look at our learner schedule for our weekly class offerings and sign up to become a learner today!

Drop-in Tutoring

This occurs at our Center where we have computers and a wide range of literacy materials available. Volunteers staff this program on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 3-7 pm. Learners can stop in without an appointment and receive immediate literacy support.

One-to-One Tutoring

TLC matches volunteers with learners who have specific educational goals that are best achieved through a personalized program of study. Learners and tutors meet at TLC or at other community locations. Short or long-term tutor matches are available on a case-by-case basis. Tutors are flexible and work around your schedule. Give us a call to find your match.

Center Classes

Classes at TLC cover a variety of topics including Reading, Writing, Speaking, Pronunciation, Pre-GED Topics (Reading, Writing, and Math), Computer Basics, English as a Second Language, and Citizenship.

Learner Class Schedule

The Literacy Center is currently open, there are classes being offered on site, online, and at FUSD sites. All classes for the time being are led by a volunteer tutor on Zoom or in person. Email program@thinkliteracy.org for more info! Learners may attend as many classes as desired.

Learners must complete sign-up form before attending class.

Drop In Hours

In-person ESL @ Williams
Tutor: Terri

In-person Computer Basics @ Flagstaff TLC
Tutor: Bernadette

In-person ESL @ Flagstaff TLC
Tutor: Stacie 

Drop In Hours

Online (Zoom) Conversation Class
Tutor: Stacie

Drop In Hours

Class Descriptions

English as a Second Language (ESL) classes have a variation of vocabulary and explanation practices. We provide learners a course of action to understand the meaning of the English language.

Classes in conversation are for learners who would like to improve speaking and listening skills in a casual setting.

Computer Basics:
Classes in computer basics are for learners who want to practice file management, document processing, and spreadsheets. 

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