Need help with your Homework? The Newburgh Free Library has several ways you can get help.
In-Person: Children in grades 1-6 can drop-in to the Story Hour Room at the Newburgh Free Library to receive help with their homework from Newburgh School District teachers. Monday through Thursday from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. from September 22, 2014 through May 21, 2015 when school is in session. No registration is required. Before you come to the library, especially if the weather is bad, call the recorded information line at 845-563-3633 or check the Calendar of Events for the most up to date information on Homework Help being open!
Homework Hotline: A website with helpful learning links and call in help for New York State students. For DIAL-A-TEACHER HOMEWORK HELP, call: 1-888-986-2345 toll free on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 4:00 to 7:00 pm.
Books and Research:
If you are looking for information on a topic, try searching the Library Catalog. You’ll find lots of material you can borrow or read for your research.
You can also try the Research Databases for Students. You can learn how to research and find information on your grade level. You will need a Newburgh Free Library card to access some of these resources.