Monroe Langston
    Tutoring Program

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  • About

    Monroe Langston Tutoring Program provides expertise, experience, and encouragement. Monroe Langston Tutoring Program does not provide “answers” but rather assist the student in problem solving and discovering how to achieve their intended goal.

    Monroe Langston Tutoring Program is individually tailored to meet the specific needs of each student. This enables our students to advance their skills. We are committed to each child's progress and offer an open-ended commitment to our student’s success. Our students benefit from Monroe Langston Tutoring Program by receiving:

    • one on one instruction,
    • instruction tailored to specific learning styles and needs,
    • instruction free of competition because students can progress at their own pace.
  • Services

    available for students in K-12 in all subjects

    Enrichment support enables students to practice, master, and stay up to date and ahead of their academic studies.


    This is appropriate for students who have minor difficulties with academics but need additional practice or study skills or are preparing for academic or standardized tests.
    A great way to review for students.

    Homework Help
    available for students in K-12 in all subjects

    Homework help is for the student to complete classroom homework and skills building in alignment with current classroom concepts.

    This is appropriate for students who are struggling in a single subject, and/or who need only assistance with homework completion. A guarantee homework will get done. Students receive additional perspective on the topic, additional tasks and problems to complete in order to enhance learning, and much more.

    Intervention &

    available for students in K-12 in all subjects

    Intervention is the effective for re-teaching of material not previously mastered when it was originally taught.
    This is appropriate for students working below grade level and in need of building basic skills. Student receives individualized learning plans and delivery of information. Materials are chosen specifically for the student’s particular needs.

    Students are assessed before beginning the program and throughout the program to measure growth and retention.

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    The Importance of Sleep and Understanding Your Body’s Internal Clock

    Have you ever still felt tired after sleeping for nine hours or more straight? You probably felt confused and tried to recalculate the hours slept over and over or, blamed it on other things. Well turns out, there’s an explanation to this sleep frenzy and it’s quite simple. Your body has a
    circadian rhythm (also known as your sleep/wake cycle or body clock) which is a natural, internal system that's designed to regulate feelings of sleepiness and wakefulness over a 24-hour period. This internal system is controlled by an area of the brain that responds to light; This is why humans are most alert while the sun is shining and are ready to sleep when it's dark outside.


    Your circadian rhythm causes your level of wakefulness to increase and decrease throughout the day. If you follow your body’s natural cues regarding when to go to sleep and wake up, your circadian rhythm should stay balanced, but a change in your schedule (like if you stay up late studying for a test or stay up late watching a movie on Saturday), can disrupt your body clock. This is why it’s not only important for students and younger children to get all of their rest, but also adults. Eight hours are recommended for children and nine hours are recommended for adults. Following these three tips will keep your body’s circadian rhythm functioning as it


    Step 1: Stick to a consistent sleep schedule. Waking up at the same time daily will keep your circadian rhythm in check. This includes those moments when you may want to sleep in on the weekends or while on vacation but be aware that these sudden changes can throw off the balance of your body’s circadian rhythm.

    Step 2: Get some early morning sun. In the morning, exposure to the sun or indoor lighting will give you an energy boost and can also reset your circadian rhythm.

    Step 3: Limit bright lighting in the evening. Decreasing your phone’s lighting to 0%, turning off the lamps and, turning off the TV while sleeping, can all help get your circadian rhythm back on track. Artificial blue lights that many electronic devices emit, can confuse the brain into
    thinking its daytime and not time to shut down for sleeping. Try to turn these lights off a few hours before heading to bed.

    References: Sleep.org



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