Select Page

Back to Basics honors outstanding tutors

By Beverly Stewart, M.Ed.
Article appearing in the Community News April 8, 2008

Back to Basics Learning Dynamics honored its top tutors in its annual performance awards.

C. Keith McGowan of Fairfax was named the “Most Diversified Tutor” for his range of subjects and grade levels and willingness to travel to multiple locations. He tutors in 32 subjects.

Jacqueline Berger of Wilmington was honored for 16 years of continuous service as an English, French and Spanish tutor.

E. Talley Brown of Pike Creek was named “Outstanding Homeschool Instructor.” She teaches students in Back to Basic’s alternative education program.

Kimberly Dorda was named “Outstanding New Tutor.”

Long-time tutors Sara Nehra of North Wilmington and John Yunger of Pike Creek received “Star Recognition” for continued excellence and dedication to students.

Back to Articles Index

Beverly Stewart, M.Ed.

Beverly Stewart, M.Ed. is President and Director of Back to Basics Learning Dynamics, Inc., an area leader in 1-on-1 tutoring and test prep for children and adults, and translating/interpreting since 1985. In addition, Back to Basics is a Department of Education approved 1-on-1 Private School for K-12, as well as a Business and Trade School for ages 16+.
Email Beverly at beverly@backtobasicslearning.com, call her at (302)594-0754 or visit on the web at www.backtobasicslearning.com or www.backtobasicsprivateschool.com.

Back to Basics Learning Dynamics, Inc. is located on 6 Stone Hill Road, Wilmington.

Beverly Stewart inducted to Hall of Fame of Delaware Women

Call Now Button