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How Fort Valley, GA, got its name is a mystery; the town, whose history dates back to its founding in 1836, was never a fort. Instead, it is believed that the town was originally called Fox Valley, and the name was changed accidentally with a transcription error when the post office was named. The town holds the headquarters of the Blue Bird Corporation, a large bus manufacturer.

The Peach County School District only has one public secondary institution in the town, known as Peach County High. Expert tutors in Fort Valley could help you get ahead with in-person or online test prep tutoring. you could get ahead of the competition by taking advantage of tutoring in Fort Valley, GA. One excellent college is in the city, Fort Valley State University. Other top institutions in the area include Mercer University, Virginia College, and Wesleyan College in Macon. Are you looking for private instruction to help you get into your top college? Online or in-home test prep tutoring in Fort Valley, GA, is available to help you work towards your goals.

Are you interested in seeing the basics of how a large farm is run? You will love being able to visit Lane Southern Orchards. This growing farm is peach-based and welcoming to visitors. The cafe has a wide range of peach-based dishes, including peach cobbler, peach ice cream, and peach tea. If you head to the back of the farm's store, you can see how the peaches are processed and packed as they come in. The location has a playground for children, and a farm tour will teach them all about how their food is obtained and the work it takes to grow crops.

Do you love camellias? The Massee Lane Gardens is the place for you. This small but gorgeous botanical gardens is owned and maintained by the American Camellia Society, and thus, is focused on the beautiful camellia plant. The gardens contain over 1,000 varieties of the flower, along with hundreds of other plants that are native to the southeastern United States. It is an excellent place to relax and explore, while also teaching you a lot about plants in the process. A Boehm porcelain collection is available to view in the garden's Annabelle Lundy Fetterman Educational Museum, along with information about the gardens and a gift shop.

Looking to advance your education through private tutoring in Fort Valley? You may enjoy receiving instruction, either in-home or online, for your class or for test prep. 

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Tutoring review by Kimberly in Fort Valley, GA
The student finished her exploration assignment and discussion post. She started the test and should be able to finish tomorrow.
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Tutoring review by Luisa in Fort Valley, GA
We spent the majority of the class time introducing the verbs "ser" and "estar," including their conjugations, usage, and definitions. We also discussed how to identify the gender of nouns by looking at the general word ending types while learning the exceptions to a few of the common rules. We will meet as a class tomorrow evening and will start to learn the conjugation of a few regular and irregular verbs.
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Tutoring review by Nicholas in Fort Valley, GA
The student and I went over Cramer's rule today. To perform the computations of Cramer's rule, I had to explain to him how to find a determinant. This involved defining matrix minors and minor cofactors. I showed him a more compact way to write Cramer's rule down, which will make it easier to remember. I also explained the practicality of Cramer's rule: it's really not good for solving an entire system. But Cramer's rule is really useful if we only need to solve for one of the variables in a system.
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Tutoring review by Ivana in Fort Valley, GA
I helped three students with geometry. We specifically covered proofs. There was little understanding of the concept, so we started at the very beginning on identifying congruent angles and worked our way up. By the end of the session, one of the students seemed as if she gained a better understanding and another seemed as if she already knew how to do the work.
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Tutoring review by Ryan in Fort Valley, GA
Concepts: Average - Median - Standard Deviation - Scatter Plots. The student finished studying for his in-class math quiz.
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Tutoring review by Ahren in Fort Valley, GA
The student and I began working on the preterite tense today. We first reviewed the regular ar, er, and ir verbs, noting that er and ir verbs are conjugating in the same way. We then looked at some irregular verbs in the preterite such as: tener, poder, poner, saber, and estar. We also looked at some stem-changing preterite verbs such as dormir and pedir, where the irregularity only occurs in the third person singular and third person plural forms. We spent a fair amount of time working on reading comprehension by doing a fill in the blank exercise in his text. The blanks all required the use of an irregular preterite verb. Some of the verbs were difficult to conjugate because the paragraph included quotations. We practiced changing the form of the verb from the third person singular to the second person singular (i.e., from "her" to "you") as required by the use of quotations.
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