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Stallings, North Carolina, is located in both Union and Mecklenburg Counties. The town has a population of approximately 14,000.

Only 14 miles away from Stallings in Charlotte is Providence High School. The High School is ranked among the top 15 schools in the state and is in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School District, which serves the Stallings area. If you are looking for private tutoring, whether in-home or online, you may enjoy working with Stallings tutors. Their instruction and test prep could take you far. Skilled in-person or online Stallings tutors might help students get ahead in their courses or test prep with one-on-one tutoring sessions. Nearby Charlotte offers several top colleges and universities, including the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and Queens University of Charlotte. You might improve your chances of getting into the best schools if you take advantage of Stallings, NC, tutors for either online or in-home private tutoring and test prep instruction.

Stallings is home to multiple community events. Stallings Fest takes place each September in town. The event is free and held at the local Stallings/Blair Mill Municipal Park. The festival has local food vendors, a barbeque cook-off, rides, live music, carnival activities, and magic shows. The Stallings/Blair Mill Municipal Park provides a gathering place for community members. The park allows you to enjoy a playground, walking path, bandshell, and picnic areas. The most popular attraction at the park is the interactive fountain area, which is perfect for cooling off on hot summer days. The park also hosts youth summer programs, day camps, and daycare. The month of June programs are focused on safety, including home safety, water safety, and bike and helmet safety. July programs explore nature and teach kids about the environment. August programs focus on the whole family, with interactive and educational family programs throughout the month. The first week of August, the park holds the local National Night Out. The free event has safety education programs led by the local police department; you can also enjoy live music and food at the event. Twelve miles away in Monroe is the public library. The library has several free youth programs throughout the year, including Paws-Awhile-To-Read, Back to School Crafts, story times, and Tumble Books. The Paws- Awhile-To-Read program aids students who need a little extra help with reading out loud. The program allows you to stop in at the library and read to a therapy dog for 15 minutes.

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Tutoring review by Valentina in Stallings, NC
The student and I went over factoring in Math and completed his exercises for test review. We also completed some of his worksheets for the upcoming history test.
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Tutoring review by Elisabeth in Stallings, NC
This was the first tutoring session for this student and me. She and I first spent time getting to know one another. I learned about her learning style. We used a quick math survey to discover what she sees as her strengths and weaknesses, and likes and dislikes when it comes to math. She is very intuitive and has a good reflection of her own strengths and weaknesses. She and I focused on her 5th grade math work from today. She has a practice sheet that was handed out in class. We went through and discussed different strategies for the problems . The problems specifically focused on the four multiplication properties and mental math. She had her textbook and class notes to go along with the topic. She was very strong in her verbal communication skills. She did a nice job identifying the equations that match each multiplication property. We came up with some fun ways to remember each property. We used some highlighting and annotating strategies to break down the word problems of the practice. Besides the math content, we also discussed some organization and "math work" tips. She seems to be well organized in her thoughts and physical math work. She had a very upbeat and positive outlook throughout our time together. I also left her with a small dry erase white board that she can use to practice math problems. We will use this throughout our sessions together. For next session, she will continue to bring any math homework or materials from her class. I will be in contact with her teacher to get her input on the student's math strengths and areas of improvement. Besides reinforcing topics covered in her class, we will also be working on fractions, as she stated that this is a topic that she is a little muddy on still. In the future, she and I will make use of math manipulatives and some interactive websites during our session. I greatly look forward to our future work together!
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Tutoring review by Randi in Stallings, NC
Today the student and I reviewed factoring by completing the square. We reviewed the steps involved in this type of problem, and he completed many on his own. We also reviewed rules regarding reducing terms with radicals. We also worked on solving systems of equations. There are several methods for completing this type of problem, and we reviewed two of them. This topic builds upon the ability to factor quadratic equations. The student has an excellent base understanding of all the topics so far. He works hard to practice many problems in each area so that he feels completely comfortable handling them.
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Tutoring review by Caleob in Stallings, NC
The student and I reviewed for an upcoming exam, mostly going over lines of sample code and estimating the likely output. In particular we did several examples of nested for loops and estimated their purpose and likely results. In connection with this we talked about loop invariants and what is held constant through every loop.
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Tutoring review by Alexandra in Stallings, NC
Today, I helped both students with their homework. Student 1 had a social studies assignment on the Trans Pacific Railroad. He did well. He needed some assistance creating complete sentences in the past tense. He was able to complete his math homework independently and only needed assistance with one problem. Student 2 completed his math homework on his own prior to my arrival. We reviewed the concepts on his homework. After our quick review, he was able to correctly answer the questions independently. We then completed note cards to use for his upcoming social studies exam on Friday. He demonstrated 80% accuracy on the key terms he put on his notecards.
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Tutoring review by Jennifer in Stallings, NC
We went over the geometry and algebra homework sheets I'd assigned the student on Saturday. He had done a good job on the homework. He had some trouble adding up algebraic expressions properly and had a tendency to leave off the variable when adding like terms a few times. We will address this further in our next session. We will meet again on Wednesday for his final session before he sits for the SSAT.
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