Free tutoring for grades K-12 is available at local libraries. Students can drop in any time during the scheduled sessions. For fall, sessions are Mondays/Tuesdays 4-6pm and Thursdays 6-8pm at the Algona-Pacific Library and Tuesdays/Thursdays 3-5pm at the Auburn Library. More information, including schedules for other local libraries: http://kcls.org/studyzone/
With a King County Library card, students can use Tutor.com for online tutoring services in any subject from 2pm-midnight every day. Direct link available at: http://kcls.org/teens/homework.cfm
The King County Library System provides free access with a library card to many databases that students can use for research and exploring topics. See the full list: http://kcls.org/learning/databases/
Computers, printing and internet access
The library offers two hours of computer access per day with a library card and up to 75 pages of free printing each week. There is also free wi-fi available.
All King County libraries are designated Safe Places. Teens in crisis can talk to library staff to be connected to the local Safe Place network and receive immediate support. http://nationalsafeplace.org/
And of course, the library has books, magazines, movies, and music available for checkout. Besides physical materials, KCLS also has an extensive eBook and digital magazine collection: http://kcls.org/downloads/. I invite you to explore the collections for your own personal use!