After School Homework Club
We have our own campus of two buildings on the grounds on Terenure College.
Our facilities are state of the art, custom built schools and activity centres.
[For Workshops, call for more information] Various schedules are available at the following library locations: Volunteer coaches will be provided an orientation to Library resources and training on how to ask children the right questions to best support their homework needs.
To receive help in an ASHC One-to-One program, students must bring a homework assignment, books, and any supplies needed to work on or complete their assignment.Our taxi driver, Carmel Walsh is well known in the area and has been providing this service for us since 2000.Click here for details on our morning breakfast Our lunches are supplied by Little Dinners, a family owned and run business established in 2000.Writing Lab – Simply upload your document, and one of their writing experts will analyze it and provide useful comments. Choose from nearly 40 languages, including: IXL Practice Math and Language Arts To use the full resources this site is fee-based, but there are excellent tools offered for FREE for children's practice activities based on their skill level.Flashbulb – Create and share flashcards, tests and games. Grade 3 Skills for example includes Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication in the Math section and in Language Arts practice on Nouns, Pronouns, Compound Words and more. Cool Math Explanations on topics from algebra to fractions, pre-calculus, geometry and trig.Tulsa City-County Library is here to help with After-School Homework Club!In order to provide this much needed service, the library is reaching out to the community asking for volunteers/Homework Coaches to work with students at any one of its After-School Homework Clubs.Homework Coaches are positive role models for the children with whom they work.Homework can be a hassle and a stressor for many students.They will also promote appropriate library resources and materials.Volunteers must be at least 18 years old, well-organized, and team players who can communicate effectively with children, parents, and Library personnel.