Parent FAQs

We seek to be partners in your child’s progress.

It is Miss B’s primary goal to assist every child in reaching and maintaining proficiency in the areas of reading, math, and science. Parenting is not easy, and we seek to be partners in your child’s progress. Along the way, we aspire to see your child move from being a passive learner to be an inspired, self-confident, and motivated learner. We want to teach them how to learn and to have fun in the process.

If you think Miss B’s is right for your child, please email complete an enrollment application below.

The program is only $30 per week so that you may focus on supporting your child’s learning. 

We provide academic enrichment at the Intergenerational Center Monday – Thursday from 4 – 6 pm; Monday and Wednesday from 4 – 6 pm at the West Wabasso Outreach Center.

We provide academic enrichment at the Intergenerational Center Monday – Thursday from 4 – 6 pm; Monday and Wednesday from 4 – 6 pm at the West Wabasso Outreach Center.

First and foremost, we require you to support your child’s consistent attendance. Research shows that the more children are present in the afterschool program, the more successful they become in reaching and maintaining proficiency.

The following are essential parts of the parent/guardian contract:

Miss B’s Learning Bee’s afterschool academic enrichment program is provided at a nominal fee, but participation and your child’s attendance are mandatory for them to be successful. Each child is required to be in attendance for the entire time allotted.

As a growing nonprofit, there will be times when your active involvement is needed for special events, field trips, and volunteering to host events with other nonprofit organizations. We ask all parents to give ten hours to the organization.

Miss B’s communicates with each child’s teacher to better support the child. Miss B’s may also request and receive documents from a child’s teacher and school. This information is limited to information only including assessment results of I-Ready Growth Monitoring/Diagnostic Assessments results and the Florida Assessment Of Student Thinking (FAST).

Transportation is offered to our students Monday thru Thursday to increase accessibility.

Provides all participants with daily snacks and meals aligned with USDA guidelines for proper nutrition.

Assists when necessary to support students’ mental health and provides nurturing support when interventions are required.

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Yes, up to two children from one household may be enrolled at the same time.

Children may be enrolled from the time they attend kindergarten through grade 12.

Students enrolled in the program benefit from our services in different ways. First, they develop self-confidence – they learn that if they try, and are persistent, they can be successful. Second, they learn to work well with others, become aware of their feelings, and learn self–advocacy. Third, they receive mentorship from our volunteers which extends beyond the classroom to help them navigate challenges and build self-esteem. 

The afterschool program currently utilizes a waiting list to monitor the demand for access into our program.  If your child is placed on a waiting list it does no mean all hope is gone. We are working daily to increase the amount of resources so that we are able to serve every child that will benefit from access to our program. 

Miss B’s primary goal is to assist children from high pockets of poverty to reach mastery in the areas of reading and math. Miss B’s is different than any other afterschool program because of our unique approach. We mobilize the services needed while also eliminating the barrier of transportation, which increases access. Each of our students works one on one with a certified/ retired teacher to help fill the cracks in their academic foundation. We also utilize an online learning system that develops Individual Actions Plans for each student. Each action plan is unique and specific to the child’s needs. This year we will begin to work with a Behavior Analyst to assist students with improving their overall behaviors.

Yes, all enrolled students are asked to:

  • help their family members remember the days they have academic enrichment.
  • attend as many sessions as they can.
  • not give up when it gets tough.
  • complete their lessons in order and not pick things that are easy for them.
  • ask for help when they do not understand.
  • follow directions given by the teachers and volunteers at their site.
  • do all of their homework.
  • check FOCUS each Wednesday to monitor their homework.
  • do their personal BEST.
  • have FUN while learning.

In the event of inclement weather, Miss B’s Learning Bee’s follows the school district’s lead for cancellations. If the School District cancels school, the Academic Enrichment program will be canceled. If the Academic Enrichment program is in session, and the weather becomes dangerous, the parents are encouraged to arrive early to pick up their children from their prospective sites.

Yes — we support ESOL students too!

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