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Good Grades Start HERE!
The Library offers FREE help online and in the branches to help your child succeed in school!

Homework Help Online

PreKindergarten – Grade 5

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can learn to read and count, explore animals, learn songs to sing and print pages to color.

Elementary students caelementary signn find eBooks and other trustworthy information to help with a science project, write a report or complete
a homework assignment.

from BrainFuse offers FREE online tutoring to help students in English language arts, math, science, social studies and writing. Available in English and Spanish.

With the Writing Lab, students submit their writing to a tutor and receive expert feedback.

The Test Center lets students take practice tests to improve their skills in a variety of subject areas.

Explore BrainFuse’s HelpNow when your child needs professional homework assistance. This secure and reliable site is free through the Library with your library card.


Parent Night
includes resources on how to help with your kids’ homework and how to talk to your child about sensitive issues like obesity, drugs, cyberbullying and more.

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Teachers’ Toolbox offers help with lesson plans,
a guide to information literacy and a helpful list
of library resources that can help in the classroom.



Homework Help at the Library

Free in-person homework assistance is available from qualified tutors at many branches. Check with your branch in early September for dates and times.
Boy on Computer_2 2Free WiFi and computers just for kids provide databases with trustworthy information, word processing, PowerPoint and other programs to make school reports look great.

Remember, friendly librarians are available to help kids find what they need for school as well as for fun.


Find School Reading Lists on the Library's Website!

Your child's school sends us a reading list and we put it on our wGirls readingebsite.

Check out the list and then select the "Check the Catalog" button to see if the book is available. 


Urban Libraries to Stay Open Later

Clock at 8 pmStarting September 3, all urban library branches will be open one hour later, until 8 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Friday, Saturday and Sunday hours will remain the same, and hours at the outlying branches will stay the same.
Effective September 3:

                                        Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
                                        Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Special Edition
August 2013

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Learn about events, new books and library news. Tell us what you think and 
connect with us!

Highlights cover Fall 2013

Read the Fall issue of
 Highlights online now and at your nearest branch.

Library Locations
& Hours

A Few Upcoming Events and Helpful Links:


Find a Weekly Storytime
Just Right for You
and Your Child


Little Books
and Little Cooks

7-week program where parents and children read and cook together
To register call 507-3549

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Popcorn Readers
Practice reading this fall
Clark County Library
Multiple dates and times

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Help Your Child
to School Success

Tues., Sept. 10 at 6 p.m.
Centennial Hills Library

All Library District
programs are free and
open to the public.

More Library Events 

Las Vegas-Clark County
Library District
Administrative Headquarters
7060 W. Windmill Ln.
Las Vegas, NV 89113

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