Covid-19 Service Adaptations:

Online Education and the Covid-19 Coronavirus

If your student is suddenly a home-based learner due to a school closing, we can help. I have been supporting families in their educational journeys since 2003 . . . and I'd love to get to know yours!


Online services include:

  • Tutoring in most subjects . . . but Math is my specialty.
  • Consultation, because online classes aren't for everyone.
  • Accountability check-ins, so the work actually gets done.
  • Teacher Training in platform usage and/or mid-year transition.


My pricing is reasonable, but everyone receives my lowest prices for the duration of this Covid-19 emergency.

Basic Resources

Talking to Kids

"Courage is knowing what not to fear."

"Courage is knowing what not to fear."

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Panic doesn't help our kids . . . . but it does sell ad space on social media. This is a great discussion-starting resource!

"Courage is knowing what not to fear."

"Courage is knowing what not to fear."

"Courage is knowing what not to fear."

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Call 211 for New Hampshire specific Covid-19 updates. Check out the Center for Disease Control. . . . but don't hoard toilet paper? 🤷🏻‍♀️

Wash. Your. Hands.

"Courage is knowing what not to fear."

Wash. Your. Hands.

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Handwashing is an important safety measure. The CDC has some practical tips for you!

Library Resources

Stir Crazy at Home?

Wash. Your. Hands.

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In addition to these trusted resources from the Peterborough Town Library, there's always the option of borrowing eBooks online!

Stir Crazy at Home?

Stir Crazy at Home?

Stir Crazy at Home?

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Breakout.edu has assembled a curated selection of free, online, educational escape rooms for students to enjoy!

For Educators

Stir Crazy at Home?

Stir Crazy at Home?

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* US Department of Education

* UNESCO's Resource List

* NEA Resources on Covid-19

* Quizlet and Kahoot

* Equity and Resource Concerns

* Resources from the NY Times