The New Year is Almost Here!

We are sliding into 2023 with LOTS OF JOY! After almost three years of being entirely on Zoom, we are returning to in-person tutoring in 2023! We can’t wait—and neither can the kids! Will you join us?  **GO HERE IF YOU ARE A RETURNING TUTOR Click HERE to start tutoring in 2023! Last Chance to Donate…

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A Taste of the North Pole in City Heights

Our elves brought festive fun to the field at Ibarra this past weekend.    We had one of the best turn-outs of students at Saturday’s Cocoa & Cookies. The kids were eager for the festivities they knew that we had prepared all for them.   It may have been the warm, fuzzy socks. Or the brightly colored blankets. Or maybe it was…

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His Favorite Thing About SDRT Is The People

It’s that time for year-end giving. We know that you have a lot of organizations reaching out to you for both your attention and your wallet. Why should you consider giving to SDRT?  Because SDRT supports families, wherever they are in their academic journeys. Meet four members of one amazing family:Habon, Khalid, Suheib and Iklas.  SDRT supports…

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So Much Gratitude For The SDRT Community!

HAPPY THANKSGIVING! We at SDRT hope you enjoy a lovely day of delicious food and your favorite people. We hope you believe it when we say that you all, our SDRT tutors and supportive community, mean the world to us. We exist because of you. We don’t take your time and generosity for granted. Thank you for…

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Two Brothers and Two Tutors
Over 5 Years…

We are fortunate to have many tutors now who have been working with the same students such as these two boys, Rami and Faisal, for years and years.  Your financial contributions, whether one-time or monthly recurring, allow students such as Rami and Faisal, to not only receive the academic support they need but also to feel…

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101 Kids, 2 Nights, 5 States, + YOU!

Let’s hear it for the first week of our 14th year of tutoring completed! It’s in the books! We had ecstatic younger siblings show up this past week, ready to learn like their older brothers and sisters — and be part of our awesome group. Even with time zone differences, eight of our kids came from four…

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