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Community Learning Resources

K-12 Help with Math and Reading

The Homework HELP Program pairs academically gifted and talented tutors with elementary, middle, and high school students to promote academic excellence and positive work habits. Tutors are selected to support, nurture, and guide students towards academic success. They provide structured one-on-one instruction and coaching. Sponsored by the Norwalk Public Library Board of Trustees This program is free and open to the public.

Registration is available online or by calling 203.899.2790 ext. 15903.

Adults Learning English

You can learn to speak, read, and write English more fluently with free tutoring from a trained volunteer, depending on tutor availability.  To be eligible you must:

  • Be at least 18 years old and not attending high school.
  • Take an assessment test to determine your English language level.
  • Commit to attending class for one year or until goals are achieved.
  • Arrive on time for all scheduled classes and contact the tutor if you cannot come to class.

If you are interested in English classes, contact Norwalk Library ESOL Coordinator Debbie Crawford at 203.899.2780 ext. 15181, to schedule a registration appointment and assessment test.