Dr. Angie's Tutoring & Learning Resources Center combines homework help and customized tutoring in a fun, clean, and safe environment. We allow students to learn in their own way and at their own pace. We offer group sessions (3:1) for a fee of $5 per person. Students are grouped by skill level or grade. We also offer private tutoring (1:1) for a fee of $20 per session.  Dr. Angie believes academic support should be accessible and affordable to all students. Schedule your child's session today. Call 734-547-5558.

     

   

    School Year Hours (September-May):                                                          Summer Hours (June - August):

         Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 6 p.m.-8 p.m.                                        Monday-Friday, 6 p.m.-8 p.m.

         Tuesday and Thursday, 5 p.m.- 8 p.m.                                                         Saturday and Sunday by Appointment.

         Saturday and Sunday by Appointment                                                        

Help your child catch-up or stay up to speed in reading, writing, and math this summer.

 

Dr. Angie’s Summer Learning Program

317 Ecorse Road, Suite 1, Ypsilanti, MI 48198

734-547-5558 or angie@atlrc.llc

When: June 13- August 22, 2022, Monday-Friday

Cost: Come for an hour ($7.00); a day ($36); or the week ($150)

E-mail or Call for an Enrollment Form.

 

Tentative Summer Learning Program Schedule

10:00-10:15   Arrive

10:15-10:50   Social Skills Development

11:00-11:50   Reading

12:00-12:25   Snack

12:30-12:50   World Language

1:00-1:50      Writing and Grammar

2:00-2:50     Math

3:00-3:50     Supervised Educational Games and Pick-up


Regular Tutoring Hours

Monday-Friday, 6 p.m.-8 p.m.

Small group by grade or skill level (3:1), $5 per session

Private (1:1), $20 per session

Inside ATLRC.

What are parents saying?

Concerning getting homework completed: "You’re magical. That’s normally 6 days of griping and whining at home. 🤣" - A parent.

Dr. Angie

            I hold a doctorate in higher education from Bowling Green State University (OH); a master’s in English: professional writing from Wright State University (OH); a bachelor’s in communication and English from the College of Mount Saint Joseph (OH); and a certificate of deaf studies from Sinclair Community College (OH). I earned a PK-12 Administrators Certificate from the Michigan Association of Secondary School Principals in 2021. It is recognized and awarded through the Michigan Department of Education.

      I have taught developmental English, journalism, technical writing, composition, research writing, communications, and English as a Second Language for more than 20 years in higher education and served as a college administrator at two– and four-year colleges. I have also tutored reading with various literacy organizations such as Literacy Volunteers of America and America Reads.       

     My favorite flower is the sunflower, so I made it ATLRC's logo. Like people need knowledge and each other to thrive and to reach their full potential, the sunflower needs the sun and other sunflowers. When it’s cloudy and gray, sunflowers face each other and share their energy. Other unique aspects of the sunflower: 1) Faces the sun at all times; 2) Evokes feeling of positivity; 3) Taller than any other garden blooms; 4) Natural decontaminator; and 5) Used for medicine, dye, food and oil.

The Team

The dictionary defines a tutor as a person who gives individual, or in some cases a small group, instruction. Dr. Angie's volunteer tutors help students help themselves and assist or guide them to the point to which they like learning and seek to become lifelong learners.

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Aicha

Front Desk

Knox College

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Penninnah

Tutor/Front Desk

University of Michigan