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school from Kenosha St. Joseph and completed her undergraduate work at Alverno College in Milwaukee and her master’s degree was received from Webster University in St. Louis.
Tyunaitis finds most students seeking her help for reading, but will work with any subject and any age student from pre-kindergarten to adults, spending about an hour of one-on-one time with each student. Special education students are also welcome at the center.
Tyunaitis is proud to have worked in education for so many years and is thrilled when she sees former students bring their children to her for help.
In addition to the learning center, Tyunaitis also runs a poodle rescue with 25 dogs currently in her care. Students who wish to can choose a dog to accompany them in the learning center classroom for their tutoring sessions. “The dogs relax them helping them learn,” Tyunaitis said. “The dogs are great for therapy.”
Tyunaitis invites parents looking for help for their children to contact her. “I will try to find out what their needs are and help them,” she said. “When I tutor students one on one it builds confidence and most advance two years.”
For more information on Miss T’s Learning Center and the poodle rescue, Tyunaitis can be reached at (920) 841-0737. The learning center website is located at: https://sites. google.com/site/misstslearningcenter/home.