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Do Your Homework @ the Library

Do Your Homework @ the Library

Got Homework? We've got help!

The Do Your Homework @ the Library program offers FREE homework assistance for students to support out of school learning and engagement.
 

The program includes:

  • Free access to paid Coaches and caring volunteers who are available to help K-8 students with their homework assignments;
  • Free access to learning materials; and
  • Free access to computers, online research tools, and other digital resources available at the library
 
 

Volunteering

COVID-19 Update: We are not currently onboarding any new volunteers. We are looking forward to the time that volunteers will be back serving in our libraries.

We need volunteers! Do you have what it takes?

Learn more about volunteer opportunities at the library here.

If you have questions or are interested in volunteering as a homework coach, contact the the Do Your Homework @ the Library program at 619-238-6687.

Homework Resources

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If you need help with your homework, we offer free, live online tutoring 24 hours a day, every day via Brainfuse HelpNow. Get help in English or Spanish, for all grades K-12. In addition, you'll find writing assistance and help with standardized tests, such as the SAT, ACT, AP, TOEFL, GED, and ASVAB.
 
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For parents and caregivers who are educating their children--either via distance learning or homeschooling--we have curated a list of free, well-established academic resources on a variety of subjects. Resources are broken down first by grade level, and then by subject.

FAQ

Is the program open to students from all school districts and San Diego County at large?
Yes. Homework Help is available to all students.
 
Where can I go for in-person Homework Help?
Please refer to the PDF icon DYH@L program flyer for a listing of the currently open homework centers.
 
Am I guaranteed a spot?
There are no guaranteed spots. We will help as many students as possible during the session allotted time.
 
Can high school or college students receive homework help?
They can receive help, but our homework help coaches are trained to assist Kindergarten to 8th grade students. If the library staff is unable to help, they will provide alternative resources that may help the student.
 
For questions about the program, please contact the Do Your Homework @ the Library program at DYHAL@sandiego.gov.