You’ve Got Homework, We’ve Got Helpers!

 The St. Louis Public Library has more to offer than just books and websites to help with student’s homework. We have Homework Helpers; real live people that are able to help youth, kindergarten through high school, finish their homework. Homework helpers are not tutors, but they can keep kids focused, help kids and teens understand assignments, and help them find information that they need for class.  From reading to math, Homework Helpers are there to encourage and guide students through their homework.

Students that work with Homework Helpers can earn Library Bucks that they can use to pay down fines or for prizes. Students can get one library buck for every 30 minutes with a limit of two library bucks per day.

Homework Helpers are free to the public, no library card required and available at most branches. Hours for homework help can vary from branch to branch, so make sure to call your local library location to find out when Helpers will be there.

Homework Helpers are provided by the Friends Of The Library

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