DCL Learning Labs
By Carin R. Kirkegaard
During this atypical school year, the Douglas County Libraries (DCL) is offering a helping hand by providing professional support opportunities to study, experiment and learn for all grade levels.
For middle and high school students who might be struggling with online or hybrid learning, DCL hosts dedicated space for students to work on school assignments and get help with math, language arts, and science from qualified tutors on-site. Study halls are available Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. or from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
For elementary students DCL is offering traveling mini-camps that focus on enrichment beyond the basic classroom subjects.
Registration is required for study halls as well as the enrichment camps. Space is limited to accommodate social distancing guidelines, and DCL adheres to all health guidelines and mandates regarding masks.
For more information on DCL study hall and student support and to register for a session, visit DCL.org/learning-lab or call (303) 791-7323.
For more information on DCL mini-camps and to register, visit DCL.org/learning-lab.