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St. Louis County Library providing free tutoring for special needs kids

In-person and virtual tutoring will be offered at five library branches from Feb. 22-May 28
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ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. — The St. Louis County Library is partnering with Miriam Learning Center to provide free tutoring for special needs children.

In-person and virtual tutoring will be offered at two Miriam locations and five library branches from Feb. 22-May 28. The tutoring is funded through the CARES Act, according to Miriam’s website.

Tutoring is being offered to St. Louis County residents in grades PreK through college. Participants must have a household income of less than $80,000 for a family of 1-4 or less than $90,000 for a family of five or more to qualify.

Students can receive one 50-minute tutoring session each week. Tutoring is being offered by appointment only at these locations:

  • Miriam Academy, 1138 N. Warson Road, Olivette 
  • Miriam School, 501 Bacon Avenue, Webster Groves
  • St. Louis County Library branches, Monday-Friday
    • Florissant Valley Branch – 195 S. New Florissant Road, Florissant
    • Rock Road Branch – 10267 St. Charles Rock Road, St. Ann
    • Cliff Cave Branch – 5430 Telegraph Road, St. Louis
    • Daniel Boone Branch – 300 Clarkson Road, Ellisville
    • Headquarters – 1640 S. Lindbergh Blvd, St. Louis

Visit the Miriam Learning Center website  or call 314-961-1500 to register.

The registration website has a form families can fill out to help determine if they qualify for the free tutoring services. Families who previously received tutoring from Miriam through the St. Louis County Library program don't need to fill out the application again.

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