Columbus Metropolitan Library offers Homework Help Centers at 23 locations

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As thousands of central Ohio families prepare to go back to school, Columbus Metropolitan Library’s (CML) Homework Help Centers reopen at all 23 locations.

Starting on Wednesday, August 15, K-12 students will have a free place to get help with their homework from library staff as well as volunteers.

Students have access to welcoming spaces to study and learn, computers, printers, digital research tools and CML’s catalog including eBooks.

Each branch sets their service hours to accommodate differences in school dismissal times among the 10 school districts that CML serves: Canal Winchester Local, Columbus City, Dublin City, Gahanna-Jefferson Public, Groveport Madison Local, Hamilton Local, Hilliard City, New Albany-Plain Local, Reynoldsburg City and Whitehall City.

Homework Help Center hours are as follows:

Monday-Friday   3pm-6pm

Canal Winchester

Franklinton

Livingston

New Albany

Parsons

Whitehall

Monday-Thursday   3:30pm-6:30pm    Friday 3pm-6pm

Driving Park

Gahanna

Main Library

Martin Luther King

Shepard

South High 

Whetstone

Monday-Thursday   3:30pm-7:30pm   Friday 3pm-6pm

Hilliard

Monday-Thursday   4pm-7pm    Friday 3pm-6pm

Dublin

Hilltop

Karl Road

Linden

Marion-Franklin

Northern Lights

Northside

Reynoldsburg

Southeast

For more information on CML’s Homework Help Centers, call 614-645-2275 or visit columbuslibrary.org/hhc.

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