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Columbus libraries reopens homework help centers

A Hilliard schools student completes classroom work with an iPad.
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The Columbus library school help centers are opening as thousands of Central Ohio students grab their backpacks and head back to the classroom this month.

It's a welcoming and friendly place to get homework help Monday through Friday.

The school help centers are available at all of the Columbus Metropolitan Library's locations, said library spokesperson Ben Zenitsky.

“Our school help centers are dedicated spaces in each of our locations where students K through 12 can get the help they need from staff and volunteers and also get connected to resources, school supplies and our entire catalog, “ said Zenitsky.

The hours vary at some locations to accommodate school schedules and centers are very user-friendly.

“All you need to get started is your Columbus Metropolitan Library card it is free and your students will use it to log in to the homework Google Help Center when they when they arrive but if they don't have a library card now's a great time to get one”, Zenitsky said.

Williams was a reporter for WOSU. Natasha is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and has more than 20 years of television news and radio experience.