Bay Village Library offers after-school homework help

Since 2002, Cuyahoga County Public Library’s (CCPL) Homework Center program has helped thousands of students in grades K-8 improve their grades and subject comprehension. The Homework Center program is currently offered at 10 CCPL branch locations.

This fall, CCPL is expanding its after-school homework help services to 12 additional branches, including the Bay Village Branch, through its new Homework Mentors program. Trained mentors will be available to provide students in grades K-8 with homework assistance from 3:30-5:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday – no appointment necessary. Students in need of extra assistance with their homework may simply bring their assignments to the library, where they will connect with a trained mentor.

“We are pleased to bring such a valuable service to the Bay Village Branch,” said branch manager Jessica Breslin. Homework Mentors will be available beginning Oct. 19.

CCPL’s Homework Centers and Homework Mentors programs are made possible through the support of the Cleveland Foundation. For more information, visit

Sarah Polace

Sarah Polace is the children's librarian at the Bay Village Branch of the Cuyahoga County Public Library System. 

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Volume 8, Issue 20, Posted 10:27 AM, 10.18.2016