The Lifelong Learning Center offers free tutoring for learners of all ages. Confidential and private tutoring is available during library hours.
|K-12 Students||General Studies, Math, Reading, Writing, Spelling, Science|
|Adult||English as a Second Language, Reading, Writing, Spelling, Grammar, Science|
|Adult - Citizenship||USCIS Speaking and Writing Interviews and US Civics test prep|
If you need a tutor, please fill out the Student Enrollment form.
If you would prefer to talk with a staff member about the program, please call 265-2665. We would be happy to assist you.
Are you interested in becoming a tutor?Volunteer tutors are necessary to make our program successful. Please begin by filling out the Volunteer Application. Prospective tutors should also feel free to contact us to make an appointment for an interview and orientation. Following the orientation, tutors will be matched with a student based on the compatibility of the student's needs and the tutor's skills. An appointment is made for the tutor and the student (and parent(s) if it is a minor or child) to meet with the literacy coordinator in the Lifelong Learning Center office. The tutor and student determine the best time for the tutoring sessions to take place. Generally, students and tutors meet once a week for an hour. These sessions can be held any time that the library is open. Meetings cannot take place in private homes. Confidentiality is important. The Lifelong Learning Center coordinator is available to follow-up, and support and assist as needed.
Exam Proctoring Services
If you need a proctor, please fill out the Proctor Application
The Sandpoint Library offers free, beginners computer classes on Saturday mornings at 8:15:
- Basic Computers - How does a computer work? What's inside a computer? What do all those terms mean? Find out the answers to these questions and more in this informative class.
- Basic Internet - The amount of information available on the internet is staggering. Learn how to shift through it efficiently to find useful information.
- Library Educational Resources - Did you know your Library has a wealth of resources available from anywhere with internet access? Find out how to access downloadable books, music, magazines, and much more information- all available for free to you as an EBCLD Patron. Learn more about online resources available on the Library's website.
- Basic Microsoft Word - Learn how to create and save documents and basic tools to help you make use of Microsoft Word.
- Basic Microsoft Publisher - Learn to create professional-looking brochures, newsletters, and other documents.
For specific class dates, see our Events Calendar.
Pre-registration is required for each computer class. Call the Library at 263-6930.