The students that volunteer their time and knowledge on Reach a Student are eligible to receive community service hours. We are looking to expand our roster of academic and athletic mentors, interviewers, and video editors to help inspire and answer school-related questions.
Reach a Student is a website established to give students direct communication access to student mentors in various grade levels. Students will be able to reach out to other students and ask any questions they have regarding student and campus life. The site will also stream videos of students sharing their experiences at Windermere Prep as well as activities around campus.
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No, we recommend that you ask a teacher for this kind of help. We only provide answers to questions pertaining to school life.
No, asking for questions or answers on tests is strictly unacceptable.
Remember that the mentors along with the student users, must abide by the honor
code. We suggest you contact your teacher if you are unsure what material is covered for a specific test.
No. Student mentors do not do homework for other students.
Yes, we encourage all successful students who have a positive attitude to help serve the WPS community via Reach A Student. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, since Reach A Student is dedicated to serving the community, we have arranged for students to receive WPS community service credit.
The goal of the site is to help students with relevant questions and in that regard, some questions might be researched among student mentors and WPS faculty in order to provide the best possible answer but the question and identity of the student submitting the question, will not be shared publicly online. Some questions commonly asked, might be posted with a non-specific answer in our Frequently Asked Question section in a general sense and shared in that manner to help others.
Yes. Your question will be answered in the best possible manner by another student and while they will attempt to provide the best possible answer to your question, they are students and in that regard, are 100% human and subject to error.
Our student mentors will always try to respond in a timely manner but since they are full time students, they might be engaged in several after-school activities including athletics, music, homework etc. and because of this, responses can take between hours and days to research and respond appropriately. Time sensitive questions should be sent to your teacher. It might be a good idea to check your spam or junk mail folder and if you are still having trouble getting a response from a mentor, please click to contact Jay directly.
Yes, please send your suggestion to email@example.com
Yes. We would love to include parents and their input would be greatly appreciated. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
For the most part, this site is operated and administered by WPS students and volunteers with assistance from parents, teachers and WPS school directors.
As the President of Reach A Student, Jay believes in helping children with learning disabilities. Helping students is the main focus of the website, and we should not forget to help others in our community as well.
You can ask any question as long as they are student related and is not relevant to any tests or other private subjects. For example students going to high school may be curious what the difference between IB and AP classes are.
Think about the honor code, if your question abides by it, then go ahead and ask it. If you are not sure if the question is relevant, then please ask a teacher or other adult.
Remember these are only student opinions; these are things they learned personally from their individual experiences. Everyone has different interpretations and information learned from certain experiences. If you find the question to be completely irrelevant, please click contact us, to speak to the head of the website.
No, asking for questions or answers on tests is strictly unacceptable. Remember that the mentors along with the student users, must abide by the honor code.
It depends, students are not permitted to give information on giving any answers, but they can give their advice on any student related problems.
No these must be student related questions, which means they have to relate to school. We advise consult an adult about anything personal.
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