Author: Ricardo Duncan

Students Achievements

Student of the Month

Congratulations to Noémie on being awarded “Student of the Month”. This fall one student from every Pembroke Pines Elementary School has been chosen by the school administration and staff for exemplary behavior, good citizenship and role models traits.  We are honored that one of our students Noémie was selected for this prestigious award. Noémie is one of our young 4th Grader and soon to be moved up to 5th Grade. Noémie had her share of struggles with Math in the past. After being enrolled in our program at NotJustMath Tutoring Center for just a few months, Noémie has found her new passion for math while she continues to score high in her math class among her other classes.  Big applause to her devoted parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bourdeau along with our dedicated staff and her school teachers for supporting Noémie in her academic development! Again, please join us in saying: Congratulations Noémie! We’re all so proud of you!

NotJustMath-Bilingual Tutoring Programs in French & English

NotJustMathlaunches this summer bilingual math programs in Florida. 

Math programs include tutoring, private or group lessons, and bootcamp tutoring sessions available all year long.  Courses are taught in French & English to assist the various francophone or French-speaking students and families.  More bilingual courses English/ Creole or English/Spanish available upon request.  Click below for the newspaper Le Courier de Floride’ s interview (in French) with Coach Duncan, Head Math Coach at NotJustMath Tutoring Center.  

Read full article in French! 

 

FIU College Tour: Learning the College Admission Process

NotJustMath visited Florida International University (FIU)-South Campus for their college tour earlier this summer on May 6, 2017.  This is a part of their College-Prep Program initiatives at NotJustMath to expose all their students and their families to the college life experience.  Since 100% of their students are expected to enroll in post-secondary education after graduating high school, this event has become a much needed and helpful tradition. The tour was a great success: the admission crew at FIU made everyone feel welcome; the students and parents enjoyed meeting with current FIU students and admission counselors who were very resourceful in explaining the complicated college admission requirements along with some specific scholarship opportunities. The tour ended at Vicky Restaurant where the NotJustMath team gathered around for some final discussion over some delicious food.