Oregon Department of Education (ODE) Students & Families page: Find resources on everything from school busing to graduation requirements
Parent/teacher conferences: Prepare ahead of time for parent/teacher conferences to feel more comfortable and confident.
Schools and COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) from the ODE.
Tutoring: We have listed a variety of free tutoring opportunities on our blog, including the library’s K-12 Virtual Tutoring service, providing 30-minute sessions with adult tutors once a week on Tuesdays.
Meal resources for families: We try to keep this post up-to-date on meal resources in Multnomah County (and beyond).
Mental Health Moment: Back-to-school anxiety: Going back to school has always made kids - and their caregivers! - anxious. We share some ideas to help smooth the transition.
Multnomah County Student Health Centers: Student Health Centers are like having a doctor’s office at school. They offer comprehensive primary and mental health care services to all Multnomah County youth ages 5-18. There are no out-of-pocket costs.
The Oregon Department of Education (ODE) Mental Health and Well-being Page: The ODE is committed to supporting the mental health and wellbeing of Oregon students and their families.
Talking with teens about mental health: As caregivers, we must listen to our teenagers and reach out if we see concerning signs. Here are some resources to help.
What we can do to prevent bullying: Library staff offer resources, information and book recommendations about bullying and bullying prevention.
Library computers and internet access: The library offers free access to computers, chromebooks, printers and scanners within our library buildings. We also offer technology assistance in other ways. Please contact our Tech Help for more information or call us at 503.988.5123.