At its Feb. 25 meeting the Board of Education approved a proposal to revise the school district\u2019s tutoring policy (P-4134) to require school principals to maintain a list of students who are being tutored by school district staff. The list must also include the names of staff members providing tutoring, subjects, amount of time and duration of tutoring. Superintendent Kevin Smith said revision was proposed so the district \u201ccan begin to get a handle on how widespread [tutoring] is\u201d in the district. The policy, which was first adopted in 1959 and last revised in 2000, prohibits staff members from offering to tutor students assigned to their classes for remuneration. It also prohibits staff members from tutoring a student who is not a member of their own class for remuneration \u201cwithout first consulting the student\u2019s teacher and school principal.\u201d Tutoring or giving assistance for remuneration in any school building is also not allowed. However, staff members \u201cmay accept unsolicited tutoring work at the request of a parent or guardian if no other qualified teacher is reasonably available.\u201d Click here\u00a0to view\u00a0Wilton Public Schools policies.