A student can lose up to 2 ½ months worth of material previously learned in school. Don’t let them start off the new school year rusty. We can prevent this with summer tutoring. Call Y3K Tutor In Your Home today, before schoolwork goes the wrong way!
The summer is the best time to catch up on anything that your student was behind in school. Without the distractions of additional subjects and assignments, your Y3K Tutor In Your Home tutor can focus directly on the issues and have your child ready for school where they should be on day one! When schoolwork goes the wrong way, call Y3K Tutor In Your Home today!
Y3K Tutor In Your Home is thrilled to once again donate our test prep and tutoring services to the Devotion School in Brookline, MA. This time we support the Edward Devotion School’s 2016 Camps & Family Thrills Auction.
As one of the largest public lower and middle schools in Brookline with more than 900 students, their needs are great. Thanks to our donation and your purchase of our tutoring certificate, the proceeds will go directly toward major needs of the school. These include new technology, athletics, music and other critical needs that support all of the students at the school.
Y3K Tutor In Your Home was recently honored with the following award:
BEST OF THE BEST FAMILY FAVORITE 2015 – Top 5 Tutoring or Educational Support Program as voted by the readers of Boston Parent’s Paper.
We thank all of you who voted for us. We sincerely appreciate your support!
One can endure sorrow alone. It takes more than one to be happy. Y3K Tutor In Your Home is here for you. Let us help.
At the John Pierce School in Brookline MA, Y3K Tutor In Your Home will have tutoring and test prep donated to the upcoming auction. Your support will help the Pierce School students.
Summer is a great time to catch up on skills without the pressure of additional assignments from a classroom teacher getting in the way. Call now to schedule summer sessions of Y3K Tutor In Your Home tutoring and test prep.
Here are some local Y3K Tutor In Your Home communities average property tax bill and their % increase in property taxes from 2004 – 2014.
Brookline: $13,954 per year 41.6% increase
Dover: $13,245 per year 57.5% increase
Natick: $6,459 per year 57.2% increase
Needham: $8,765 per year 67.2% increase
Weston: $17,832 per year 58.7% increase
Wayland: $10,974 per year 44.5% increase
Wellesley: $12,469 per year 70.3% increase
Newton: $9,907 per year 45% increase
Sudbury: $11,544 per year 43.9% increase
The next time your town asks you to raise your taxes to pay for another school project, tell them “NO”. Tell them to cut out waste and reduce administrator salaries.
Tomorrow we will look at how and why senior citizens are forced to move or starve to pay for always increasing school projects.
In addition to the tax increase to pay for non-residents, Brookline MA also will be asking voters to approve $49,850,000 to renovate the Devotion School. Yes you read that correctly. Almost fifty million dollars! The extras they want include a new kitchen and café, a new gym with smaller attached fitness room, and 2 pre-kindergarten classrooms. They even plan on putting in an underground garage.
This spending spree will raise the taxes for each homeowner by $208 for 25 years beyond the thousands they are currently paying. If these people in Brookline have their way, each homeowner will have to pay an extra $658 ($450 covering non-resident students in the school system and $208 for the renovated school) in taxes beyond the thousands they are currently paying each year.
Tomorrow we will look at how much money they have already grabbed and wasted on outlandish administrator salaries.
The town of Brookline, MA is about to ask residents to vote for an additional $7,655,000 beyond their current school budget. This is $450 extra property tax per homeowner beyond the thousands per year they are currently paying. The schools claim that this money is needed due to 1,200 new students that have entered the system from 2004 to 2014.
What they are not telling you is that a large amount of these new students are non-resident students. These non-residents causing local citizens to pay for their expenses.
Tomorrow we will look at another giant rip off the town is about to ask voters to approve.