Our online spring sessions were a great success with committed tutors and students, and some students coming daily to receive one-hour math tutoring. When the online spring sessions is coming to the end, we still see new students joining. Seeing the demand for more academic help, and the fact that most of the students and tutors will be staying home when summer plans have been cancelled, we've decided to continue to run an online free math tutoring session for students grades k-8th from June 15, 2020 to August 15, 2020.

If your child is interested in attending our summer tutoring sessions, please fill out the summer student sign-up form.

We've got a lot of passionate high school/middle school volunteers (age 13+) to join Math Matters organization to help our community by supporting young students and families. If you are interested in joining us as a tutor, please fill out the summer tutor sign-up form.

We are trying to find the schedule that works for most people. So please let us know early about your best available time. After our schedule is finalized, Zoom meeting link and schedule will be sent to you by our branch leaders.

A non-academic summer can usually cause students at every grade level to digress two to three months in their academic skills, not to mention the difficulty they have faced during the Emergency Distance Learning (EDL). Working on math just two to three hours per week during the summer can prevent students' mathematical skills from getting rusty. We hope to provide this online tutoring to help students of all ages to close the gaps in their math skills, preserve the knowledge they learned during the previous school year, and prepare for the next.

Our online summer session will be run using the same format as the spring session through Zoom meeting. More details about our zoom meeting can be found at the COVID-19 Online Support page.

If you have any questions regarding our summer tutoring session, please feel free to contact us.