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Angleton in Brazoria County is a city in Texas. It is part of the Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land metro. Founded in 1890, the city is named for the general manager of Velasco Terminal Railway's wife. Each year, the Brazoria County Fair is held in the city. The fair is the largest county fair in the state. The nine-day event features contests, a rodeo, live entertainment, and more. The contests include events like the BBQ Cook-Off, the Fair Mom Contest, the Photographic Art Exhibit, Little Mr. and Miss Contest, and many others.

Angleton Independent School District operates the community elementary, junior, senior, and alternative public schools. There is also one private school. Angleton High School is ranked the highest among the local public schools by the US News & World Report for their graduation and college readiness rates. These top schools might be ones you could attend if you reach out to private tutors in Angleton, Texas, for tutoring either in-home or online, to receive subject instruction or test prep. Private tutors in Angleton can provide you online or in-home tutoring instruction to assist with your challenging course or test prep. Brazosport College is a local, small, four-year institution that is open to the public. It offers a variety of undergraduate programs. Professional in-person or online tutoring in Angleton is a great way to try to get ahead in your class or test prep.

You can explore nine parks through the city. The B. G. Peck Soccer Complex is a large field that is home to the Angleton youth Soccer Association. The association sponsors adult and youth teams that play on the three adult and 13 youth soccer fields. There are also four small and one large pavilion, playgrounds, and a concession stand. The Officer Cash Memorial Dog Park is dedicated to "Cash," the first K-9 of the Angleton Police Department. It has two obstacle courses for small and large dogs, such as a seesaw, wiggle poles, Frisbee areas, a slide, and more. The Angleton Recreation Center is open around the year with fitness classes, a full gym, a large pool, a weight room, and more.

Angleton is home to many city and county events. There is the annual parade held in October through downtown Angleton, Senior Citizen's Day at the local auditorium, Hometown Hero's Day, and Special Children's Day. Each event provides activities, food, music, and fun.

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Tutoring review by Richard in Angleton, TX
We worked on Geometric Sequences and Series. We worked through the general concepts and worked on homework assignments for Monday and Tuesday.
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Tutoring review by Betsy in Angleton, TX
This was my first tutoring session with the student. During this session we reviewed material covered in class for a retest. We went over tangent and secant lines. We also covered several theorems involving angles of quadrilaterals inscribed in circles. I believe that with some extra practice she will be able to raise her grade to her desired goal.
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Tutoring review by Brittney in Angleton, TX
The student and I started by discussing his scores on the September exam and making a plan for our work over the next couple weeks. We will focus even more on Math and Science, since his improvements were smaller in those areas of the test. On his Reading homework, he earned a converted score of 31, so I am optimistic that he can already do better than the 29 he scored on the test. His English section was as great as expected. He missed only 2 on the two passages he worked on, so he is maintaining his ability to score well in the 30s. The rest of the session, he worked through a timed Science test, and we discussed the questions he missed. I am pleased to report that he scored a 28 on the Science section this weekend, so I know he can do better than the 25 he earned on the last test. Next time we will spend most of our time on Math!
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Tutoring review by Ibeabuchi in Angleton, TX
The student improved her quiz percentage to a 93%. We are on our way to obtaining our goals. Today we reviewed rotations and went on to rotations around a point other than the origins. She completed her assignment on transformations, and we began discussing congruency and transformations that lead to congruency. To wrap up the session, we completed 20 minutes of algebra skill work, as a solid foundation in algebra is the basis of understanding geometry.
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Tutoring review by Daniella in Angleton, TX
The student and I covered some of the topics on worksheets he received in class. Much of this was over the framers' discussion of human nature through the writings of Montesquieu, Hobbes, and Locke. We also discussed the ideas of representative and direct democracy and gave definitions for what these types of democracies look like. Furthermore, we talked about universal suffrage and the Civil Rights movement and their relationship to the Constitutional Amendments. Finally, he has a quiz over chapter 12 in his book so we went over some of the main points. This chapter covered congress so we discussed bicameralism, committees, how bills become law, etc. We looked at how congress interacts with the President and the Supreme Court, understanding how the system of checks and balances works.
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Tutoring review by Rachel in Angleton, TX
We covered the verbal and reading comprehension sections of the SSAT. When the student answered questions with words that she knew, she was pretty confident about them; she just felt insecure about the fact that there were still so many she didn't know. She was also a little unsure with reading, due to the fact that some of the questions had multiple good answers. With practice, these issues will resolve themselves. Overall, she has shown significant improvement with her work. Scores: 45/60 verbal, 4/4 reading comprehension.
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