Resources for Homeschoolers

Teacher Collection Requests

A teacher may request a collection for his/her classroom or homeschool. Requests may be made by topics or specific titles using the appropriate request form below.

Please allow 1-2 weeks for the collection to be prepared.  If books must be ordered through interlibrary loan, please allow up to four weeks. When the collection is ready for pick-up, an email or phone message will be sent.  Collections must be picked up within seven days. The collection will be bagged and checked out in advance. Please bring your photo ID to the circulation desk to pick up your collection.

To request books for pickup at the Main Library click here.

To request books for pickup at the Clinton-Massie Branch click here.

 

Be sure to check out our web pages for Kids and Teens.

 

Citation Machine

Citation Machine.pngNeed help with citing a particular source? Citation Machine is a great tool to use if working on a research paper or assignment. This tool automatically generates citations for books, journals, websites and more in the style (MLA, Chicago, APA and more) of your choice.

Google Sheets Planner

Planner Sheet.PNGIf you use Google Drive, here is a planner that can be used to keep track of assignments and can be shared with others. Click here to access, copy and paste the cells into a new Google Sheet (this file is not editable).

Home School Leagal Defense Association

HSLDA.PNGOhio homeschooling laws.

Ohio Department of Education Home Schooling Page

ODE.PNGFind the forms, rules, and guidelines you need. 

Southern Ohio Education Service Center

SOESC.pngCounty specific information about home education.

Wide Open School

Open School.pngWide Open School is a free collection of the best online learning experiences for kids curated by the editors at Common Sense. There is so much good happening, and we are here to gather great stuff and organize it so teachers and families can easily find it and plan each day.