Laura Gilman is a teacher licensed in birth-grade 12 special education and grades 5-12 general education. She also holds a Master of Arts in Special Education/Autism Spectrum Disorder, B.S. degrees in History and Anthropology, and a Master of Arts in Anthropology/Archaeology.
President - Carrie Rice, licensed teacher
Vice President - Aaron Grimm, licensed teacher
Secretary - Gretchen Petterson, LSW
Staff, including licensed educators, retired educators, and teachers-in-training, will work with students of all ages and abilities on academic areas such as Language Arts, Math, Writing, Social Studies and Science, plus organization and independent work skills. Call us for more details or to make an appointment.
Come in and use our extensive collection of learning materials for pre-K through adult learners. We have everything from hands-on learning activities and games to flash cards and worksheets. Practice a new skill or reinforce an existing skill. These activities are designed for all ability levels. They offer a great opportunity for adults to work with their children or for children to work independently. There's something for everyone!
Individuals meet with one of our licensed educators to identify which services are needed. Children should be accompanied by parent or guardian.
Students in grades 1-12 work 1:1 with a tutor to strengthen skills in an academic area.
Tutors work with small groups of students in grades 1-12, who are at the same age or ability level, to strengthen skills in an academic area.
Do you have an assignment due and you could use some support or advice? Meet with one of our educators to get the help you need! Initial consultation not needed for Homework Help, just make an appointment.
Work with one of our educators to write and revise essays for college and scholarship applications. Available by appointment.
Independent work systems are sets of academic or fine motor work that are visually cued and can be completed independently. They are ideal for anyone wishing to strengthen academic, organizational, or fine motor skills. They build independent work skills and and can be used by anyone of any age. These activities are available on a walk-in basis.
Free and open to the public
Bring a used book, take a used book! Check our calendar for upcoming book exchanges. Adult and children's titles available.
Lectures and discussions on reading-related topics. Check our calendar for upcoming lectures.
Exhibitions that connect both art and literature. Check our calendar for upcoming exhibits.
Book groups, happy hours, literary dinners, and afternoon book teas. Come alone or with friends! Check our calendar for upcoming events.