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After-School Homework Club   Tags: education, homework, ste(a)m, stem  

The library provides one-to-one homework assistance to any public school student in Tulsa County at six branch libraries and educational activity centers for group STE(A)M-based activities at six branch libraries.
Last Updated: Aug 28, 2015 URL: http://guides.tulsalibrary.org/homeworkclub Print Guide RSS Updates

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who can participate in the After-School Homework Club? Any student attending a public or charter school in any one of theTulsa County school districts.

What grades do you serve? Students in 3rd-8th grades.

Which library locations offer After-School Homework Clubs?

One-to-One Sites

Hardesty Regional Library
8316 E. 93rd St, Tulsa 

Martin Regional Library 
2601 S. Garnett Rd, Tulsa 

Maxwell Park Library 
1313 N. Canton, Tulsa 

Nathan Hale Library 
6038 E. 23rd St, Tulsa 

South Broken Arrow Library 
3600 S. Chestnut, Broken Arrow 

Zarrow Regional Library 

2224 W. 51st ST, Tulsa

Education Activity Centers

Brookside Library 
1207 E. 45th PL, Tulsa 

Collinsville Library 
1223 W Main, Collinsville

Jenks Library 
523 W B St, Jenks

Owasso Library 
103 W. Broadway, Owasso

Rudisill Regional Library
1520 N. Hartford, Tulsa

Suburban Acres Library
4606 N. Garrison, Tulsa

 

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Assist students in grades 3 through 8 in
completing their homework assignments.

Provide students with a positive
learning experience within the library.

Offer opportunities for cooperation between local
school districts and Tulsa City-County Library.

 

Participation Guidelines

  • Pre-registration is required to participate at any of the After-School Homework Clubs (ASHC).

  • To receive help in an ASHC One-to-One program, students must bring a homework assignment, books, and any supplies needed to work on or complete their assignment.

  • Involvement in an ASHC Education Activity Center requires all pre-registered students to actively participate in the day's pre-set schedule of activities.

  • Students are required to sign in when they arrive. 

  • Students and parents will periodically be asked to complete program surveys.

  • While students are in the ASHC, they will be under supervision of AmeriCorps Members and ASHC Staff and Volunteers.

  • Students will leave ASHC at the end of their booked time. 

  • AmeriCorps Members, ASHC Staff and Volunteers, and library staff are not responsible for students once they leave the ASHC.
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