Monroe Langston
    Tutoring Program

    Learning Continues Here

  • Services

    is 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 do students who have minor difficulties with academics. It is also suggested for students who need additional practice, study skills, or who are preparing for academic or standardized tests. This is a fantastic way for students to review!

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

    Homework Help is a way for students to complete classroom homework while also building skills aligned 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. An assurance 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 &

    is 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.

  • Blogs

    Mental health is something that should not be overlooked during these trying times for students. It can be hard to focus on schoolwork while also being stressed anxious or even sad from the effects of COVID and regular life grievances. In understanding a student’s typical demeanor,https://youtu.be/8k32x-_aYI4 you can recognize, and notice changes in their mental health happening early on. More schools have been advocating for students to reach out for help when needed, even if it is not related to their academics. A quote that resonates with many is that one must “never suffer in silence”. In younger students, it may be easier to help them with issues they may struggle with. They tend to be more vocal, but do not always know exactly what is wrong or how to ask for help. Older students, on the other hand, tend to be less vocal yet have a deeper understanding of their emotions. To ensure your student is aware of their emotions and how to healthily respond to them, I have attached a link to a video that is fun and interactive for all age levels.




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  • Videos




    Properties of Triangles

    Math Facts Multiplication Part 2

    Math Facts Multiplication Exercise

    Order of Operations

    Measures of Central Tendency

    Basics of Algebra:
    Substitution and Solving

    Basics of Algebra: Balancing Equations Part II


    Basics of Algebra:
    Balancing Equations

    Change to Decimals: Expressing Decimals with Number Lines

    Change to Decimals - Number Lines


    Change to Decimals - Relative Value to 1/2


    A Question of Triangles


  • English Language Arts

    Grammar: Prepositional Phrases

    Grammar: Homophones

    Parts of Speech

    Parts of Speech: Adjectives, Adverbs, and Conjunctions

    Grammar: Subjects and Predicates

  • History

    The US Constitution, Part III

    The US Constitution, Part II

    The US Constitution, Part I

  • Science

    The Moon, Part I

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