While my original plan for my Capstone was to work with English and Reading-challenged students to help them better understand and comprehend what they’re reading, the actual practice rapidly diverged from that plan. While the core of the project remained, that is helping students comprehend their work, what work I assisted them with broadened into anything they needed help with. At school I helped them keep on task, reminding them they have work to do and even assisting with some work, and after school, I’d tutor one of the students in math over a Zoom call. I’m particularly proud of the tutoring sessions because it wasn’t even my idea, it was kind of sprung on me and I adapted to it, even coming to enjoy it somewhat. I feel that my work benefited the community of Science Leadership Academy at Beeber, which is both the students and faculty. The students benefited by receiving assistance with their work and staying on task, as well as the enrichment of their experience. The faculty benefited because by assisting the students myself, I freed up some of the workloads from the teachers because they don’t get paid enough to deal with us, so any help is probably appreciated.