For immediate release: October 5, 2020
Douglas County Libraries (DCL) is pleased to offer its new Study Hall + Student Support service for middle and high school students who might be struggling with online learning. The free service, part of the DCL Learning Lab, offers dedicated space for students in grades 6-12 to work on school assignments and get help with math, language arts, and science from qualified tutors on-site.
The topic-specific Study Halls are available Monday-Thursday in morning and afternoon sessions, 8-11 a.m. or 1-4 p.m., at DCL’s Castle Rock, Highlands Ranch, and Parker locations.
- Math at Castle Rock (100 S. Wilcox St.)
- Language Arts at Highlands Ranch (9292 S. Ridgeline Blvd.)
- Science at Parker (20105 East Mainstreet)
Registration is required at DCL.org/learning-lab; please schedule only one session per student per day. Space is limited to accommodate social distancing guidelines, and DCL adheres to all health guidelines and mandates regarding masks. All tables and surfaces in the rooms are sanitized during the break between sessions each day.
“We hope that these study halls and the professional tutors will help support parents and teachers who are stretched thin with the pressures of blended learning and all that it entails for schools and families,” said Kerri Morgan, DCL’s Department Head Special Events.
For more information on Study Hall + Student Support and to register for a session, visit DCL.org/learning-lab or call (303) 791-7323.
The DCL Learning Lab also offers enrichment camps for elementary students ages 5-10, with new camps available after Douglas County School District’s fall break. Visit DCL.org/learning-lab to learn more.
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