Castro Valley Library

Got homework? Help is here! by deniseqbaker
Wednesday, August 29, 2007, 2:30 pm
Filed under: Children, Displays, Programs


Our Homework Assistance Center will open Tuesday, September 4th. But until then, you can get help online—our Live Homework Help never takes a day off! You get free help from real, live tutors right from the library via the Internet!  Live Homework Help is available for 4th – 12th grade and college introductory level students from 1:00-10:00pm every day all year long.  Children and young adults visiting the library simply log in via a link on the Alameda County website homepage. Those at home will have to log in with their library card number first, and then enter their grade level and the subject they need help in. They will be connected to an expert tutor within a few minutes. Students can receive help in math, science, social studies or English. To learn more about the service, call the library at 510-670-6280. 


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We love your bulletin board! We are going to steal your idea! Do you mind??
FRM Children’s

Comment by Debbie Wiley

You are welcome to use the idea–glad you like it!

Comment by Denise Baker

I too think this bulletin board is great! We have extra stickies – so great way to use them.

Thanks for the idea.

Comment by Kay Lingo

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