HUDSON — Atia Begh, a 10th grader at Hudson High School, noticed that some of her fellow students were having trouble with their classes. Smart students, she said, were having particular trouble with math and science. She conducted a wider survey, which showed there was a large need.
So she is starting a peer tutoring program that will help students during three different study hall periods during the school day. She said she plans to utilize students who are National Honor Society members or on the Student Council for the tutoring. She said that letters will be sent to parents notifying them of the new peer tutoring.