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Cleve J. Fredricksen Library

Homework Helpers

Thursdays 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 pm

October 2014 through the end of April 2015.

Teacher volunteers will be in the Fredricksen Library's Lower Lobby to offer individualized tutoring for students in grades 1-5. Tutors will be available to direct each student's study and homework completion, research and report writing, and/or test review.

Students, accompanied by an adult, should come to the library prepared with their homework information, relevant textbooks, worksheets and supplies. 

Fredricksen Library’s Homework Helpers is a free program, now in its third year. 

Excellence Not Perfection

Tuesday, September 23 at 12:30 pm

Learn how to recognize unreasonable expectations of self and others.  Explore the subtle attitudes and behavior of being perfect, expecting to be perfect and expecting perfection in others. Consider the healthier choice of excellence not perfection. Registration is now open. Sponsored by PinnacleHealth.

Mission Transition: Preparing for Kindergarten

Help your little one prepare for a lifetime of learning by participating in this innovative program developed by our own Pollock Children’s Library staff. Children entering kindergarten at Hoover, West Creek Hills, East Pennsboro, Shaull, Hampden, Sporting Hill, Washington Heights, Lower Allen and Highland elementary schools in Fall 2015 will do kindergarten readiness activities, hear stories, have parachute fun, and work with colors, numbers, letters, sorting, rhyming and science. Kids may meet other future students and make early friendships! Registration NOW OPEN with the first session starting Sept. 8th.

 

 

 

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