LEARNING DOESN’T STOP AFTER THE SCHOOL BELL RINGS.
 

SUPPORT STUDENT SUCCESS.

Hip-hop coding. Picture book putt-putt. Build-a-bot robotics. Movie writing for moguls.

Out-of-school learning is never dull at Cuyahoga County Public Library. Whether it’s in a Homework Center, over a weekend or during summer break, CCPL provides engaging programs that keep kids learning.

You can support student success by donating new supplies for use in our Homework Centers and youth programs. From August 12 through August 25, drop off new supplies at your local library branch:
  • Crayons
  • Dry Erase Markers
  • Erasers
  • Loose Leaf Paper
  • Pencils
  • Washable Markers
Then, join us on Wednesday, September 5 for a Day of Giving. Volunteer to sort donated Homework Center supplies. Make a gift to support the Library’s youth learning programs.
 

HOMEWORK HELP

Homework doesn’t have to be a nightly struggle. Students in grades K-8 who participate in the Library’s Homework Center and Homework Mentor programs receive help with assignments and test prep. The model works – 82% of students report improved grades and more confidence!


SUMMER LEARNING CAMPS

From staging a theatrical performance to creating digital animations, the Library’s free summer camps keep kids from falling behind due to the summer slide. The camps also provide much needed enrichment in low-income communities where summer learning opportunities are limited.

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1•2•3 READ

Students who struggle with reading at an early age are less likely to graduate high school – and research from the Annie E. Casey Foundation suggests that four of every five students who come from low-income households don’t meet reading proficiency requirements. The Library’s 1•2•3 READ program connects trained volunteers with at-risk children for one-on-one reading tutoring. The goal? Help kids improve their reading skills so they can pass the Third Grade Reading Guarantee.

EVERYONE CAN HELP.

On Wednesday, September 5 join the Library’s Day of Giving! Volunteer to sort donated Homework Center supplies.

Support the Library’s youth learning programs.

Ask your friends and family to support student success at the Library!