From the beginning of this crisis, Town&Style has strived to be a source of good news, helpful information and positivity. With schools closed, education has moved to digital space, and we’re sharing resources to help teachers, students and parents keep learning on track. Together we are stronger.
PLEASE NOTE: COVID-19 information is constantly evolving, so please check an organization’s website for the absolute latest information.
Saint Louis University Workforce Center has added new online day and night courses in information technology, cybersecurity and other topics. Visit workforcecenter.slu.edu for more information.
Varsity Tutors is offering a free virtual school day toolkit for grades K-12. It includes online lessons and classes, practice tests and flashcards, and parent resources to make structuring the at-home school day easier.
Junior Achievement of Greater St. Louis is offering free online resources to both teachers and parents for grades K-12. Programs can be requested at jastl.org.
From math ebooks and children’s lit to podcasts and documentaries, Kirkwood Public Library offers access to a variety of online resources to help find engaging, educational activities. Visit kirkwoodpubliclibrary.org.
Your little bookworm can join the St. Louis Public Library Spring Challenge. By reading five books and completing five at-home activities, participants can earn a free book. Visit slpl.org to register and to access free eBooks, audiobooks, comic books and more.
Special Solutions is offering virtual conferences and tutoring. Services offered include one-on-one tutoring, ACT/SAT prep, coaching for ADHD, and organization and motivation techniques. To learn more, visit specialsolutions.com.
Guide: EducationApril 3rd, 2020