Subjects / Library Resources
Help For Your Students BrainFuse – HelpNow! is a great place for all ages to get that extra help with homework for free! Tutoring is provided by current or retired school teachers and is available for all subjects including Math and all grade levels including college. Here you will also find skills building resources, a writing lab, practice tests, make flash cards or games to help with learning, or get help with foreign language assignments. For teachers - use Flashbulb to create flash cards, crossword puzzles, games, quizzes and tests.
The Librarian's Brain Updated daily provides creative teaching ideas using the library's online resources. The Lesson Plans tab is where you can find lesson plans for all subject areas to use with the online resources. The Tips tab is a great information to teach kids on how to do research. The How-to-Videos tab provides brief instructional videos on how to use the library’s online resources. The Games tab provides fun ways for students to learn information literacy.
Homework Help Centers
Homework Help Centers The Centennial Hills and West Las Vegas libraries have dedicated Homework Help Centers for students to use during library hours. For more information call Centennial Hills at 507-6114 or West Las Vegas at 507-3983.
Reference eBooks, Always Available
Gale Virtual Reference Library Hundreds of reference books available at your finger tips for both you and your students. Download sections or chapters to your computer or eReader. Get the Access My Library app for your mobile devices for reference on the go!
Services to Schools
Curriculm Support Staff in any of our Youth Services departments can select books and other resources to supplement your instruction. Call your nearest branch to make your request. Please allow 5 days for staff to pull materials prior to pickup.
How can my students access the Library's databases? Do you have students who live in Henderson, North Las Vegas or Boulder City? Your student can use the statewide databases on the Search by Topic page with his/her library card. Contact Ask a Librarian - firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how they can access the other Library databases.
Students who live in the remaining areas of Clark County, may obtain a library card which will allow them to access all the library's databases.
How your local library can help you. Library staff can visit your classroom, arrange a tour of the public library, participate in a school event, or meet with your parents. We serve the public and private schools in our service area, and homeschoolers. Call the Youth Department at your nearest branch, call the Outreach Department at 507-6329, or contact us via email at email@example.com for more info.