Local tutor sees increase in business during pandemic
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Staying on track in the classroom

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) - As parents get ready to send their kids back to the classroom, whether virtually or in person, some parents might be concerned about their students falling behind.

“A lot of students enjoyed that because they got to see their teacher everyday, see their friends everyday and they were interacting,” she said.

Kommidi said with all the uncertainty around schools right now, many parents come to her business for a little bit more of certainty.

“As a parent I’m not enjoying that uncertainty, but I’m not too worried because I know how to keep them on track,” Kommidi said. “I’m sure all the parents know how to keep them on track but won’t have time to do that with the uncertainty at their work, they are already stressed.”

Kommidi said she thinks she’ll see more parents reach out for tutoring services as the school year gets going and people begin to figure out what their student will need for this unusual year.


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