o   Where are you from?

Great Meadows, NJ

o   Where/what are you currently teaching? 

When not tutoring for Teacher Time To Go, I also tutor at Villanova University’s Math Center in Statistics.

o   Do you participate in extra curriculars/club at your school?

I am currently helping the Statistics Department create the first ever graduate Statistics Club!

o   What are 3 words to describe you?

Driven, confident, and fun!

o   If you could learn any skill/hobby what would it be?

I would really love to be able to play the piano. I took lessons as a kid, but unfortunately didn’t retain any of it.

o   Tell us something that may surprise us about you!

I have been in over 20 theatrical productions.

o   If you have 30 minutes of free time, what do you do?

If I have a little free time, I like to spend it playing video games and drinking tea.

o   What is the best place you’ve traveled to?

Ocean City, Maryland. I’ve gone there every summer since I was a kid. The beach is my happy place!

o   How do you spend your summers?

I try to relax as much as possible during the summers. This means I go mini golfing, read outside, and sleep in late. However, I can only do these things when I don’t have an internship or job.

o   If you could spend time with anyone who would it be?

Taylor Swift, she’s such a great role model (and my top artist on Spotify for 2021).

o   What advice do you have for kids struggling in school?

Don’t be afraid to ask for help, or think less of yourself because you can’t do something by yourself. Life and school is all about collaboration and helping each other. Being able to ask for help is an important skill, because we all get by with a little help from our friends (and our tutors).

Paris is an Elementary, Middle and High School tutor on our Team. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from Lafayette College. Paris is now working towards her Master’s Degree in Applied Statistics from Villanova University. Paris enjoys working with students to improve their math skills from elementary up to college level!



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