Homework Help

HOMEWORK HELP GUIDE

Homework Help Centers at YOUR Library

Need HELP? Homework Help Assistants and DML volunteers are standing by, ready to help! Students in K-12 can visit a Homework Help Center at available Branch Libraries to get help with homework and school projects, or to get extra practice in a subject area of their choice. There are also free STEAM activities, educational games, and reading coaching for students without homework or for those who finish their homework early. Computers are available for use and printing is free! Students under the age of 8 must be accompanied in the Library by an adult.

No Appointment Needed! - Just drop in!

Burkhardt Branch Library
4704 Burkhardt Ave., Dayton, 45403
Homework Help Center: 937.496.8643
Monday - Thursday, 3 - 6pm

Northwest Branch Library
2410 Philadelphia Dr., Dayton, 45406
Homework Help Center: 937.496.8599
Monday - Thursday, 3 - 6 PM

Trotwood Branch Library
855 E. Main St., Trotwood, 45426
Homework Help Center: 937.496.8629
Monday - Thursday, 3 - 6 PM

Huber Heights Branch Library
6243 Brandt Pike, Huber Heights, 45424
Homework Help Center: 937.496.8930
Monday - Thursday, 3 - 6 PM

Southeast Branch Library
21 Watervliet Ave., Dayton, 45420
Homework Help Center: 937.496.8931
Monday - Thursday, 3 - 6 PM

West Branch Library
300 Abbey Ave., Dayton, 45417
Homework Help Center: 937.496.8627
Monday - Thursday, 3 - 6 PM

West Carrollton Branch Library
300 Central Ave., West Carrollton, OH 45449
Homework Help Center: 937.496.8926
Monday & Wednesday, 3 - 6 PM

Your Library is here to support you and your student's Homework needs. We do this through specialized online resources, and our Homework Help Centers. Explore the tools you find here and empower your kids with you Library's Homework Help Center.


Need Help?
Let us know with our Ask Me Anything online form, or call our Ask Me Line during open hours at 937.463.2665.

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Dayton Metro Library is committed to providing access to all of our events. Please contact the Ask Me Line at 937.463.2665 to request accommodations for sign language interpretation, audio amplification, and/or language translation. Additional accommodations may be available upon request. Advance notice is necessary to arrange for some accessibility needs.

Good for Older Students

Good for Elementary Age Children

Meet Our Homework Help Team

Liz Hale serves as Dayton Metro Library's Homework Help Manager. She advocates for education equity by drawing from her strong community development and poverty alleviation experience and civil rights roots. She specializes in afterschool education support that nurtures student learning and wellness, promotes parent advocacy, and champions for youth leadership. John Taylor Gatto is her favorite educator. She views having access to a trauma-informed, responsive public library as an essential element of social justice work in our community.

She has a special interest in placemaking and information/service design. She also enjoys time with family and friends, reading, basketball, writing poetry, and collaging.

Daria Dillard Stone has been the Parent Engagement Liaison for the Dayton Metro Library since July 2017. She serves in the Homework Help Center, equipping and engaging students while encouraging parents to be the champion of their STAR (smart, talented, awesome, respected) student(s). She has a passion for making education a priority and brings a wealth of experience to DML from multiple community organizations: Dayton Urban League, Preschool Promise, Parents Advancing Choice in Education/PACE, and Dayton Public Schools.

Looking to Volunteer? We rely on dedicated Homework Help Center volunteers to support our mission. If you are interested in joining our team you can apply online here!

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