At the Library
For students in grades 1 – 5.
Every Tuesday and Wednesday during the school year from 3:30pm – 5:00pm.
Learn how to use the library resources or get help with your homework.
Registration is required.
The non-fiction collection has books on many subject areas to help you with your homework or research. Browse, search the library catalog, or see a friendly librarian for help with finding the right book.
Children computers are available for research on the Internet and to type up your homework.
On the Web
How Stuff Works
This website explains hundreds of subjects from lockpicking to computers. If you want to know how something works, this is the place to go.
HelpNow – Online Tutoring
Get help from a real live person – online! Tutors will work with you one-on-one. You need a library card to use this service.
Kids InfoBits is perfect for kids like you. It has tons of content, contains trust-worthy information, is easy to use. Resource feature cover a broad range of educational topics. It looks pretty cool, too!
World Book Online
World Book Online has great information for all of your homework and research needs. Read the articles on your topic or check out the links for extra information. You need a library card to use World Book Online.
National Geographic’s kids website has information about animals, awesome activities, and fun games.
Digital Public Library of America
Includes photo and digital content of American History