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Homework Help

  • To get a library card or to register a library card from another local public library system, you must have a photo ID, proof of date of birth, and proof of your current address. Visit any library location to complete registration.

  • Homework Help is available weekday afternoons at most branches. Check our Events calendar for more info.

  • Our Homework Help centres are a place for students to study, do homework, and get help with their questions from volunteer tutors.

    • Students in grades K-12 who need help with any subject
    • Students in grades K-12 who need a positive place to do homework
    • Anyone up to age 21 studying for their GED

    You may use our Homework Help centres to study even if you don't have a question for the tutors.

    • Students in Grades K-6 can get help in all subjects.
    • Students in Grades 7-12 can find a tutor who can help with subjects up to the college-prep level.

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Using the New Website

These are the features of the updated website

13 Delightful Book Pairings for Kids and Parents

There are plenty of benefits of reading with your kids, but one we don’t often think about is how reading (and re-reading) your children’s…

The Power of Play: 6 Benefits for Child Development

It’s been said that play is the work of children. Play is a means of learning about the world, oneself and interacting with others. It’s so…

Get Homework Help

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

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

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