Positively Osceola asked a number of positive leaders in the community to share their hope and their plans for the new year, and how we can encourage and support each other in 2022.  We asked William Morea, Assistant Director with Huntington Learning Center in St. Cloud, to share his hope and outlook for 2022.

The midst of a pandemic is an inopportune time to open a new business, much less one involved in education. But within two years’ time, we have proven just how essential this community needs individualized academic support. It’s not merely enough to provide homework help when many students have foundational gaps that must be addressed.

We at Huntington Learning Center believe any child can become better versions of themselves in 2022. Our students get caught up where they struggle so they don’t fall further back.

Parents, likewise, can be assured of their child’s progress with interim conferences for transparency into how their child’s program is custom designed. By reaching out to stay connected to the child’s school and teacher on a regular basis, we seek to establish a common ground that we are not an isolated support.

In the new year, we ultimately look forward to further expansion while fulfilling our mission statement: To give every student the best education possible.

William Morea

Assistant Director , Huntington Learning Center