Get Homework Help Year-Round

All good things must come to an end—summer break included. The first day of school is around the corner. Whether you are a teacher, parent, or student, get set up for the best school year ever with the library’s many resources! 

Students and Families:
Sno-Isle Libraries offers homework help for every grade, across every subject, every day. With a library card, students can get personalized support with their homework and research projects. To serve our students’ diverse needs, we offer multiple options for schoolwork support: Students can swing by a local community library after school to pick up a book or print out materials, or use our popular online tutoring service, Brainfuse HelpNow, available daily from 1-11 pm in English and Spanish. To explore even more resources, check out Online Resources for kids and teens on our website. 

Educators: 

Sno-Isle Libraries is proud to support educators through school visits, an educator newsletter, clock hour classes, and more! Want library staff to make your students a list of books to enhance an upcoming unit, or need some help researching for a future lesson plan? Simply fill out our School Support Form to request help year-round. Educators can discover more great resources in our Back to School Toolkit. 

Library staff members are available to visit your school or classroom to share homework help tools, student accounts, or resources for a specific project or assignment. We’d love to attend your PTA events, Literacy Night, STEM Fair, and more. 

Sno-Isle Libraries serves over 150 schools and many homeschool families—making students and educators a vital part of our community. From the first day of kindergarten to post-high school exam prep, our library staff is available to help navigate every step of learning.  

 

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