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Anne Van Dyke, Monrovia Reads Board Secretary and Presenter,
Kendra Christian – Joanne Spring Scholarship Winner
Megan Barrett, Sarah Avalos, Ashley Jauregui, Madison Barr, Luca Ammon
Our mission is to create and support an environment where reading is valued and resources are provided
in order that all community members know how to read and do read.
The Monrovia Public Library is proud to provide an online resource, Brainfuse’s HelpNow, which offers free live tutoring every day from 1-10pm (except holidays) with trained professionals across the country. It has a writing lab where students can upload a draft of their report and a tutor will review it and respond within 24 hours with feedback.
They offer tutoring in English or Spanish. They serve K-12 and college students in a variety of subjects, including: English, math, social studies, Spanish, science, writing, biology, chemistry, history, and other topics. The subjects covered differ by grade level. They also offer SAT & ACT test prep as well as accuplacer tutoring (the pre-college placement tests HS students can take for higher course placement in college).
How To Use Brainfuse’s HelpNow
Watch Andrea show us how to use Brainfuse’s HelpNow! Free with your library card, you have access to expert tutors and one and one homework help. Visit the Online Resources link here to access it today: https://www.cityofmonrovia.org/your-government/library/ebooks-other-resources
Posted by Monrovia Public Library on Wednesday, July 15, 2020
To access HelpNow, students will need a library card to login. If they don’t have a library card, they can sign up for an e-card on our catalog https://monrovia.biblionix.com/catalog/ by clicking on “Sign Up” in the upper right-hand corner.
Parents and students can find more information on the website at https://www.cityofmonrovia.org/your-government/library/ebooks-other-resources or on the library catalog at https://monrovia.biblionix.com/catalog/
We have a program of regular distribution of new books to families with children in poverty or lower socioeconomic status.
The Monrovia Reads Mini-grant program is for teachers of the middle school and high school classes that provides class sets of selected literature books.
Read Across Monrovia is a very Popular Community event where Firefighters, Police, Public Officials and other Community volunteers read twice yearly to all classes in grades K-5 at all 5 elementary schools and both T-K classes.
The Pro-Active Tutoring (PAT) Program at the elementary, middle and high schools that supports struggling students in after school programs.