Military Connected Support Activities

This page is for information about program like Tutoring.com, DoDEA grant activities, and AYPYN activities. As additional programs develop, we will add those updates into the website.

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Tutoring Information

Need tutoring for classes to get back on track? May not have time to stay after school?
You can now get help online at http://tutor.com/military

As the semester continues to unfold and assignments come due, talk to your teachers about study habits, missing assignments, and other academic needs.

Other teachers who are available for tutoring in different subjects are listed below.

AYPYN Campus Tutoring Schedule

M-F 4:30-5:30

Math: C. Vasquez Room A200
Science: Jeffrey Hernandez Room C245
English: D. Churchill Room C248
Social Studies: O. Harris Room A204
Engineering: C. Logsdon D259
AP Science: J. SY Room S281
AP/Dual Credit SS: J. Lawson Room S283
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The DoDEA Grant Program 

DoDEA (Department of Defense Education Activity) supports research-based programs that aim to increase student achievement and ease the challenges that military children face due their parents military service. The grant program provides resources to military-connected local educational agencies (LEAs) to develop and implement projects that are designed to: 

Promote student achievement in the core curricular areas. 

Ease the challenges that military students face due to transitions and deployments. 

Support the unique social and emotional needs of military students. 

Promote distance learning opportunities. 

Improve educator professional development. 

Enhance and integrate technology. 

Encourage parental involvement. 

Since 2008, DoDEA has awarded nearly $200 million in grants to over 180 military-connected school districts. These three year projects impact nearly 280,000 military-connected students and more than 670,000 students overall in 900 schools. 

For additional information, please visit http://www.dodea.edu/Partnership/grants.cfm 

Chapin High School is the only high school included in the DoDEA6 Grant awarded to El Paso ISD. The grant specifically targets both the Pre-Engineering Magnet and Science programs at Chapin.

Through the DoDEA6 Grant, the Chapin science and Pre-Engineering Magnet and programs received support for the following: 

  1. Science Program: Funding for science tutors, science reading material, technology resources, general supplies
  2. The Pre-Engineering Magnet Program: A fully equipped Dry Lab in which Magnet students work on course projects and prototypes for senior capstone projects, funding for Magnet senior students to purchase all materials needed to complete their capstone projects, materials and resources for all engineering courses


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