Homework Centers

The Library isn’t just a place where students can DO their homework. Our branches actually offer homework HELP.

Students in grades K-8 are invited to visit one of our 10 Homework Centers for free after-school help with:

  • Language Arts
  • Math
  • Reading
  • Science
  • Social Studies

Our centers are now CLOSED for summer; check back later for Fall registration, held in person at these Homework Center branches:

Brook Park
4:00-5:15 / 5:15-6:30
4:00-5:15 / 5:15-6:30
Garfield Hts.
4:00-5:15 / 5:15-6:30
Maple Hts.
4:00-5:15 / 5:15-6:30
North Olmsted
4:00-5:15 / 5:15-6:30
4:00-5:15 / 5:15-6:30
Richmond Hts.
3:30-4:45 / 4:45-6:00
South Euclid-Lyndhurst
4:00-5:15 / 5:15-6:30
4:00-5:15 / 5:15-6:30
Warrensville Hts.
4:00-5:15 / 5:15-6:30

Homework Centers are in session Monday through Thursday during the school year.  Centers are staffed by the following:

  • Program Coordinators
  • Homework Coaches trained through the America Reads programs at 
    Cleveland State University, Baldwin Wallace University, and Cuyahoga Community College
  • Trained volunteers:   Interested?  see Volunteer Opportunities

Homework Center Guidelines

While in the Homework Center, students will be engaged in learning activities and follow the posted Library Rules of Conduct and Homework Center guidelines.
  • Students will follow a suggested schedule while in the Center that includes time working in three major areas:
    • Homework or reading/math assistance
    • 20 minutes of reading practice
    • 20 minutes of educational games or activities
  • Homework Center participation is limited to one session per day lasting one hour and fifteen minutes.
  • We can accommodate 25 students in each session.
  • Registration Form available at the Branch Homework Center.
Our Homework Centers are made possible through generous support from the Cleveland Foundation.

Printable Family Literacy Nights scheduleFamily Literacy Nights

Join us as a family for refreshments and to discuss a variety of topics that will help your students to success.  Family Literacy Nights are held monthly during the school year and are open to all interested families! 

Registration is required for each  Family Literacy Night— at select branches, returning this Fall.