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Lackawanna, NY, is a city with a population of about 18,200. The city is six miles south of Buffalo, NY. The city began as a large steel manufacturer. In fact, it was the center of the steel manufacturing industry for a large part of the 20th century.

Global Concepts Charter School is a nationally ranked school in the Lackawanna City School District. Attending well-known schools can help you gain entrance to a prestigious college, but your test scores will still have to be impressive. If you're looking to pursue admission to your school of choice, take advantage of a Lackawanna, NY, tutor, who can offer you online or in-home private tutoring and personal instruction to help with your test prep. Professional in-person or online tutoring in Lackawanna is a great way to try to get ahead in your class or test prep. If you are aiming for a high ranked college, look no further than the local, University at Buffalo SUNY. The school is ranked 99th in the nation, making it an ideal choice for those who have performed well in High School. A private Lackawanna tutoring session can give you expert in-home or online instruction to potentially help you improve in your test prep or course.

While you are in Lackawanna, be sure to tour the town and learn about its history. Visit the local national shrine named our Lady of Victory Basilica. Beside the basilica is the parish cemetery, which dates back to the 1800s. The Catholic church's interior is an ornate example of basilica architecture and decor. The interior has been painted with several murals, and stained-glass windows bedeck the church. If you have an interest in the church's history, you can visit the small museum in the basement to learn about the church's founder, Father Nelson Baker. The museum tells of the priest's mission work of founding an orphanage and working with families in need.

Another building worth a visit from the 1800s is the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens. The since-renovated conservatory hosts a plethora of plant life and carefully procured specimen. The gardens within the building range from tropical to arid. Additional gardens line the outside of the building, which has native species that bloom in the summer and winter. Gardens within the building include the Florida Everglades; Panama Cloud Forest; Peace Garden; and the Ivy, Bonsai, Carnivorous Plants, and Medicinal Garden. The botanical gardens are open year-round for guests.

There is much to learn in Lackawanna, in and out of school. Set your goals high, and Lackawanna, NY, tutoring might help you get into the school of your dreams.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Tutoring review by Patrick in Lackawanna, NY
Today, we worked on force analysis. The student needs more practice in order to improve his problem solving skills. In addition, he can benefit from some trigonometry review. I think it will be necessary to go over similar problems in our next session, so I will prepare some practice problems.
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Tutoring review by Molly in Lackawanna, NY
The student and I reviewed a writing worksheet, covering writing sentences based on a given picture and scenario. We read a Harry Potter book.
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Tutoring review by Jackie in Lackawanna, NY
Today we reviewed the student's homework which covered system equations. He seems to understand how to graph the equation on the graphing calculator and I helped him rearrange the equation in Y=mx+b form. This helped him input the equation need to input into the calculator.
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Tutoring review by Rachel in Lackawanna, NY
We completed the students extra credit math work. The packet focused on using mental math to solve multiple digit multiplication problems. They both did well, making only a few mistakes each. This is to be expected since it is a new concept. We had an extra few minutes when the math was complete, so I showed them a little online interactive that introduced Egyptian hieroglyphs. They saw how to spell their names with hieroglyphs. Next week, we will focus our time on studying Egypt in preparation for their test.
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Tutoring review by Winnie in Lackawanna, NY
The student and I spent the bulk of our session working on a timeline for her Social Studies class. We went over how to label a timeline and how to set it up so that there is space for all the information that is needed. She also mentioned that she felt ready to complete her project on Egyptian homes and had research ready for her model and paper. We spent some time going over her homework, which covered ratio tables. I made sure that she understood that whatever multiplier was applied to one row of the table had to be applied to the other, and I gave her examples of word problems she may see in the future that she can use ratio tables to solve. Overall, she put in a good effort. She seems to have a good understanding of social studies, and although she initially had problems with filling out ratio tables, she seems to understand them better now. I look forward to seeing her in the new year!
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Tutoring review by Justin in Lackawanna, NY
The student and I worked on a review sheet dealing with solving systems of equations (by graphing, elimination or substitution). She still did well with all the material and worked pretty independently. I showed her a few tricks in simplifying large numbers and picking which equations to use that involve the least amount of work. She had a few more problems left, but she assured me she can do them herself.
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