Homework Help V1 – 2019 Template


Homework Help

Need help studying for a big test, completing an assignment or finding the best science project? Or are you just looking for some fun online games to beef up your homework skills? Either way, we've got you covered!

When it comes to completing projects and assignments, think of librarians as your personal research coaches. There is lots of information out there, and librarians can help you find what you need to make your work the best it can be. Some of the things we can help you with include:


  • After-school programs
  • Resource lists for teachers and parents
  • Skill-building workshops
  • Study Groups


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Web resources for parents and educators to help students with school subjects including reading, writing, health and social studies.

Help your child learn with Explora

Explora provides easy-to-browse categories, making it easier to support student research and classroom instruction.

Get Homework HelpGet Homework Help at your local branch during weekday drop-in hours

All of our branches have drop-in Homework Help hours on weekdays. 

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