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In-Person or Online Tutoring and 

Over 25 years of experience teaching elementary students as a classroom teacher and literacy specialist.

Lessons to review and teach grade level skills and standards as students return to the classroom after distance and hybrid instruction.

Instruction and support for homework assignments.

Communication with classroom teacher and progress reports for parents.

Consultation with parents and school Special Education staff concerning learning issues and IEP's.

Fostering academic confidence and a lifelong love of learning while supporting students and busy families.

Sue Olson: State of Oregon Certified Elementary Teacher

I educated elementary students at all levels for over 26 years in the Beaverton School District and believe all children can learn and thrive. My expertise includes teaching all subject areas in the classroom, as well as targeted instruction for small groups and individual students. I designed and implemented remote lessons using SeeSaw and Google Classroom applications during Covid 19 school closures.


While not teaching young students, I enjoy spending time with my husband, children, grandson and my sweet Goldendoodle Oliver. I have a passion for figure skating, both watching and practicing. When not at the rink, I love taking walks and working in my garden.

Reading and Writing

Lessons to promote reading and writing growth and prevent further learning loss during school closures and summer vacation.

Time Management

Support for students in managing learning time at home and completing online assignments. 


Targeted grade level skills practice and instruction. Support for distance learning and reinforcement of skills during summer months.

Support for Parents

Reports on student progress and communication with the classroom teacher on assignments and student growth. Communication with school staff members regarding Special Education concerns, IEP's, and accommodations.

Research on the Impacts of Covid School Closures

Learning loss from Covid school closures and distance learning is a concern for parents and teachers. Many students will need additional support and instruction to regain academic skills and make progress towards new learning goals. 


"Projections suggest major academic impacts from COVID closures for students, especially in mathematics. Preliminary COVID slide estimates suggest students will return in fall 2020 with roughly 70% of the learning gains in reading relative to a typical school year. However, in mathematics, students are likely to show much smaller learning gains, returning with less than 50% of the learning gains and in some grades, nearly a full year behind what we would observe in normal conditions."- Dr. Megan Kuhfeld and Dr. Beth Tarasawa, NWEA

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