Coopalo specializes in personalized one-on-one tutoring, our tutors are creative, engaging, and a master of their discipline. Tutors go through an in-depth interview process, which ensures that they are fully prepared to provide superior academic support.
Christian, the 2016-2019 Idaho Writer in Residence, is a fiction writer, poet, journalist, and teacher of fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, and journalism. His work has appeared in McSweeney's, Glimmer Train, Ploughshares, The Chicago Tribune's Printers Row Journal, TriQuarterly Hayden's Ferry Review, Greensboro Review, Chattahoochee Review, Gulf Coast, Bat City Review, Every Day Fiction, The Pinch, Santa Monica Review, Handful of Dust, The Strip, Story Houston, The Master's Review, Revolver, Writers in the Attic and elsewhere. His short story collections of NAKED ME and What's Wrong With You is What's Wrong With Me are out from Dock Street Press. He teaches and has taught fiction and poetry with The Cabin, Boise State University, College of Idaho, College of Western Idaho, and independently. He has written for The Boise Weekly, Thrive, The Idaho Statesman, and Idaho Magazine. He is the founder of the Writers Write fiction workshop series, co-founder and Director of Storyfort, and curator of Modern Campfire Stories and the Couch Surfer Artist Series.
BA Early Childhood Education, U of Missouri St. Louis
MA Elementary Education, Webster university
Mary Anne has over twenty years of experience teaching Kindergarten in the Fox School District. She enjoys tutoring because it allows her to work one-on-one with students to identify their interests and incorporate their strengths and challenges into meaningful and productive learning experiences. When not teaching she enjoys traveling, her family, and her two Shih Tzu
B.A. Early Childhood Education, Western Governor’s University
"Until I can risk appearing imperfect in your eyes, without fear that it will cost me something, I can't really learn from you." Rudolph Dreikurs
Jon is a para-professional at Sage International Charter School. Jon’s work experience teaches him the many depths to individual learning styles, differentiated curriculum, and behavior management. Jon enjoys tutoring because it allows him to uniquely assist with each student’s learning styles and strengths. Jon provides individualized and developmentally appropriate interventions for children with challenging learning styles; his goal is increased confidence and achievement in and out of the classroom.