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?
Martin Regional, Maxwell Park, Nathan Hale, South Broken Arrow, and Suburban Acres Libraries each offer traditional One-to-One homework assistance programs two to four days a week. On Fridays, ASHC is offered at Martin Regional Library.
Brookside, Rudisill Regional and Zarrow Regional Libraries each offer after-school education activity center programs two days a week.
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.
- 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.
After-school Homework Club, Site Supervisor
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