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Located in Cook County, the village of Alsip, Illinois, is a Chicago suburb. Settled by Dutch and German farmers, the village was named for Frank Alsip, a brickyard owner in 1885.

There are several districts that serve Alsip. You may be in Alsip-Hazelgreen-Oaklawn School District 126, Atwood Heights District 125, Community High School District 218, and Cook County District 130. You can additionally choose to be placed into another school. The top Chicago school is Northside College Preparatory High School. It has a ranking of #1 in the state by the US News & World Report. If you seek online or in-home private tutoring for test prep and general subject instruction from Alsip, Illinois, tutors, you could potentially increase your odds of getting into your top school choice. Looking to advance your education through private tutoring in Alsip? You may enjoy receiving instruction, either in-home or online, for your class or for test prep. University of Chicago is ranked #20 in the United States by Niche. The institution offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs, as well as several degrees. Finding excellent Alsip tutoring online might help a great deal with test prep.

Each September, a day is dedicated to the Alsip Street Fair. There may be a big lottery or grand prize raffle giveaway, as well as numerous activities, live music, food, and more. There are children's activities, like face painting, three-legged races, and others. The Alsip Park District organizes many planned events during the year. There are movies in the Apollo Recreation Center, lunches around the town, and special classes and workshops offered in various areas.

The Children's Museum, in Oak Lawn, is a 12-minute drive away. The museum provides birthday parties, group visits, field trips, and a variety of exhibits. You can explore the We the People, an exhibit dedicated to the 9/11 attacks in 2001. There is the 'What if?' station, where you can learn sign language, as well as about hearing and hearing loss. The Nanoscale exhibit focuses on STEM in terms of "smallness." There are several other exhibits available that offer hands-on excitement for children regardless of their age. Attend the special events in the village of Oak Lawn, such as Movies on the Green and Summer Concerts in the park. There is the Easter Egg Roll and the Fourth of July Parade as well, which offer games, music, fireworks, and more.

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Tutoring review by Spencer in Alsip, IL
We looked at derivative rules and continuity. We discussed strategies for approaching the student's next worksheet and she is going to let me know how it goes.
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Tutoring review by Richard in Alsip, IL
We covered circle properties. Specifically, we went through the definition of radius, diameter, circumference, and area of a circle. The student was strong at these concepts. We practiced indirect uses via my textbook to get him practice in abstract uses of circle properties. The student picked up the patterns of problems we were seeing without much trouble.
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Tutoring review by Aaron in Alsip, IL
Today we worked on vertical multiplication involving two-digit numbers. At first, she was a little rusty with her times tables, but it came back to her quickly. We reviewed the fundamentals of vertical multiplication, which she remembered pretty quickly even though it had been a while since we practiced it. She will still need more practice to make those fundamentals stick, but overall I'm satisfied with the speed through which we're moving through the material. She'll be ready for fractions soon.
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Tutoring review by Natalya in Alsip, IL
We had an extra tutoring session with the student today to review the material before the test. Various probability problems, problems on finding the expected value, combination and permutation problems, and binomial expansion problems were in the review packet. He worked very well. My only suggestion to him before the test would be to read the question of each problem carefully and check that he understands it correctly.
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Tutoring review by Anne in Alsip, IL
The student and I worked on the homework for sections 5.1 and 5.2. This covered extrema, the mean value theorem, and monotonicity and concavity. In addition to becoming comfortable with the mean value theorem, most of the homework was aimed at discovering extrema and then using the first and second derivative tests to identify the kind of extreme each represented, as well as interpreting them in a biological context.
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Tutoring review by Alexandra in Alsip, IL
Today, we went over the student's biology assignment. She said that they have been doing biochemistry and organic molecules repeatedly for a while. We decided it was because it's a hard topic, and they don't fully understand it yet. So, we went over organic molecules again, and she seems to be improving with them, especially when it comes to prefixes and naming organic compounds.
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