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Free Tutoring Sessions
Did you know there is free tutoring available at your library? Sessions are available six days a week and last for 30 minutes. Time slots fill up quickly so be sure to book yours soon. Each tutor has varying availability. Click on a tutor's name to see their individual schedules. Once you select a date and time, there is a short form to fill out. If you have any questions about the tutoring program, call the Youth Services Department at 618-632-3783, ext. 2
This service is provided in partnership with Americorp and Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.
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Note: Tutoring is only available for students K through 8th grade. Students are limited to one tutoring appointment per week.
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