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Stuyvesant is a town situated in Columbia County, New York. Stuyvesant has a population of approximately 2,300. The town was established in 1823. Kinderhook Creek passes through the southeast portion of Stuyvesant. It is an agricultural town with a welcoming resident and business community.

Coxsackie-Athens Central School District operates near the town of Stuyvesant. It serves around 1,600 students in grades kindergarten through twelve. Coxsackie-Athens High School is the closest secondary campus in the area. If you are worried about that big exam coming up, online and in-person tutoring in Stuyvesant might help you improve in your test prep. If you're looking for colleges in the area, Columbia-Greene Community College, Maria College, the Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, and the College of Saint Rose are some of your available options. A Stuyvesant, NY, tutor can offer you private instruction, through either online or in-home tutoring sessions, to help with your test prep and try to get into your top school choice.

Hunting is one of the activities you can participate in Stuyvesant. Toward that end, Stuyvesant Outdoor Adventures is a fine place for your hunting needs. The site offers plenty of land to hunt. It has a knowledgeable and friendly staff and clean guest facilities. It makes for an experience that all levels of hunters can enjoy. For a taste of local history, you can visit the Stuyvesant Railroad Station, the Johannis L. Van Alen Farm, and the William A. Witbeck House. These sites are registered with the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. To the east of Stuyvesant is the Martin Van Buren National Historic Site. The locale preserves the estate and mansion of Martin Van Buren, who was the eighth President of the United States. A visitor center operates on the grounds, with ranger-guided tours available. Approximately 20 miles north of Stuyvesant is Albany, New York. Albany has a population of roughly 98,400. It is the capital of New York. Points of interest in town include the New York State Executive Mansion, the Washington Park Historic District, the Times Union Center, and the Empire State Plaza. The plaza hosts performing arts, concerts, and art displays.

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Tutoring review by Luanna in Stuyvesant, NY
The student worked on his homework. He focused on variables again as his teacher is now introducing equations with variables to his class. We worked on how and when we combine like terms and how that leads to simplifying the expression.
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Tutoring review by Darren in Stuyvesant, NY
We looked at her Algebra II homework. We reviewed the majority of her homework problems, but we didn't finish. Her homework covered exponential functions and logarithmic functions.
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Tutoring review by William in Stuyvesant, NY
The student and I worked through her homework concerning fact triangles. We also continued practicing multiplication with a few games and worksheets. These also included some division, which she is becoming more and more comfortable with. Her teacher didn't assign her a multiplication fact sheet for homework, though I think she is more than ready to do such an assignment!
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Tutoring review by Anna in Stuyvesant, NY
We spent today's session going over the new material his class has started, solving one-step inequalities and graphing them. The student is fine with solving one-step equations. We also spent some time reviewing the signs rules for multiplying/dividing a negative by a negative, a positive by a negative, and a positive by a positive. The student did great!
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Tutoring review by Matthew in Stuyvesant, NY
During this session we worked on equations of circles. The student did a good job of picking up on the material. We also worked on parallel and perpendicular lines. As long as he takes his time and doesn't get parallel and perpendicular mixed up on his test today, he should do well.
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Tutoring review by Christopher in Stuyvesant, NY
The student has written over 10 pages of a free write assignment and I have encouraged him to keep writing the story because the topic interests him. I stressed character development, setting, and possible plot twists. I told him I expect 4 more pages when I see him again. His organized writing prompt discussed healthier menu items in schools and to argue a point. It was so much better than his other writing prompt last week, which discussed merging middle schools with high schools. His paragraphs were more organized and the transition sentences were a better fit. I asked him to write another one because he needs to work on his introductory sentences. While I grade his free-write, he works on his revised writing prompt with my corrections. When I grade his writing prompt, he free writes.
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