Calling all Parents! Homework Help to the Rescue

dlrhomeworkhelp.jpgIs your kid’s homework getting YOU down? How’s that “new math” working out at your house? Fortunately for you and your children, The Seattle Public Library offers free homework help in-person on-line. Trained volunteers at some of our Branch Libraries are on hand to assist your children and teens with their homework.  Student who work with our Homework Help volunteers consistently report getting better grades and have much better understanding of their assignments.

Of course, sometimes you can’t get to the library (or the library is closed). With a computer and Internet connection (and your Seattle Public Library card number and PIN),  students may use our On-Line Homework Help. This service matches the student with an expert tutor in whatever subject and grade level they select.   

Check for the Branch Homework Help times and locations and the link to log into the on-line service here.

Rejoice! Let Homework Help ride to the rescue at your house.    

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One Response to Calling all Parents! Homework Help to the Rescue

  1. Toby says:

    And don’t forget that even when you’ve procrastinated until 2 a.m. on that paper, you can still get help finding information from a librarian. The library chat service is available 24/7:

    Chat with a Librarian Anytime!

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