COVID-19 Updates from Areteem Institute
Areteem Institute is dedicated to continue serving students and families through the uncertainties caused by coronavirus (COVID-19).
First and foremost, Areteem wants to focus on everyone's health and well-being. As with everything we do, education is key. We all can help slow the spread of coronavirus by washing our hands, practicing social distancing, and staying home when possible.
- See the WHO's page on hand washing by clicking here. It shows how to wash commonly missed places such as in-between your fingers and the back of your hands.
- See the CDC's "How to Protect Yourself" for more tips by clicking here.
Learning Safely Online
Areteem has paused onsite tutoring and onsite classes during the COVID-19 pandemic. All instruction is currently taking place online. As it is safe to do so, onsite activities with small groups of students or individuals will resume in compliance with local, state, and national guidelines.
Areteem online programs are unaffected as students can attend live classes and watch recordings for self-paced courses in the safety of their own home.
Areteem is committed to giving students additional options for online learning if their normal school schedule is disrupted.
- Free practice and additional discussion is available as part of our Zoom International Math League (ZIML). Check out the ZIML website by clicking here or download the free ZIML App here!
- Visit our Youtube Channel here for free videos, sample problems, and live sessions. Subscribe to stay up to date!
- Follow our blog (available here) for advice on how to take learning into your own hands to prepare for future math competitions or organize your own self-paced study.
Let us know how we can help! We're available by phone at (949) 305-1705, email at email@example.com, WeChat with IDs areteemhelpdesk or areteemsupport, or Twitter @Areteem.
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Last updated: February 10th, 2022