Working parents have always had to juggle their roles at the office and at home. With many homes and offices now merged, parents are experiencing unique challenges including taking on new responsibilities, especially as it relates to their children’s care and education.
Hoot For Companies is an innovative solution that directly supports your company’s working parent population through a relevant company benefit that working parents urgently need. Our program delivers effective, one-to-one tutoring lessons to your employees’ children, giving working parents the relief and support they need to be high-impact, productive contributors to your organization.
Go above and beyond the traditional and show your parent employees you truly care for them and their families.
Provide working parents with an innovative perk that addresses a real need and supports their productivity.
Reduce stress for and enhance overall mental wellness by supporting employee’s children's’ academic success.
Kindergarten through grade four is a critical time in a child’s academic journey, as they have these four short years to make the leap from learning to read to reading to learn. Daily reading practice is important for all levels of readers from struggling to average to accelerated readers.
Our personalized program, with highly skilled teachers, is designed to enhance your child’s reading fluency, comprehension, and critical thinking skills, while simultaneously building vocabulary and confidence.
Online reading practice with certified teachers, from the comfort of your home.
By having 1:1 attention with hand-selected teachers who love to teach literacy (it’s why kids stay so engaged), parents see a huge difference in their child’s reading level at the end of the program.
Levelled books are carefully selected to meet your child’s interest and reading level, but challenging enough for teachable moments throughout each lesson.
Guided reading lessons include personalized instruction and assessments. The goal is to help students learn to use reading strategies like context cues, letter and sound knowledge, and syntax or word structure, and to eventually apply these strategies on their own while becoming independent readers.