Learning Resources

Virtual learning may still be the best option for some schools this semester, making the social and recreation needs of youth with disabilities even more important.  If your child needs assistance doing virtual schooling, contact the Recreation Council for information on our Learn and Leisure Program.  

Learn and Leisure Funding for St. Louis City and St. Louis County residents with developmental disabilities.  If you live in STL, you can apply for Recreation Council Extended Day Funding to hire a person to assist your child ages 5-21 with virtual learning and learning center costs.  Click HERE for more information

Learn and Leisure Funding Applications

Learning Resources

Miriam School TutoringIn partnership with the St. Louis County Library and funded through the CARES Act, Miriam Learning Center is offering free, in-person and virtual tutoring with special education, reading, content, and other certified teachers!  www.miriamstl.org ~ FREE tutoring is available to St. Louis County residents in grades PreK-college, from February 22-May 28, 2021. Eligible participants should require in-person instruction or specialized virtual tutoring in order to learn, and must have a household income of less than $80,000 for a family of 1-4 or less than $90,000 for a family of 5 or more, to qualify for services.  Students may receive a maximum of two 50-minute tutoring sessions each week.

Tutoring is offered at the following locations BY APPOINTMENT ONLY:

  • Miriam Academy, 1138 N. Warson Road, Olivette 63132
  • Miriam School, 501 Bacon Avenue, Webster Groves 63119
  • The St. Louis County Library branches listed below,
    Monday through Friday, 10:00am-4:00pm
    Florissant Valley Branch (North County) – 195 S. New Florissant Road, Florissant 63031
    Rock Road Branch (North County) – 10267 St. Charles Rock Road, St. Ann 63074
    Cliff Cave Branch (South County) – 5430 Telegraph Road, St. Louis 63129
    Daniel Boone Branch (West County) – 300 Clarkson Road, Ellisville 63011
    Headquarters (Southwest County) – 1640 S. Lindbergh Blvd, St. Louis 63131


STL Library

St. Louis County Library Online Tutoring Service (St. Louis County only) – The STL County Library is connecting students in grades K-12 with live tutors in a safe and secure online classroom. Students can access academic tutoring, homework help and test prep assistance. Resources are also available for early college students, adult learners and job seekers. Anyone with a valid St. Louis County Library card can use this service: www.slcl.org/tutor



Imogene Learning Pods: This new service coordinates in-home schooling pods that pool a small number of children together to supplement virtual learning. Families volunteer to become a home pod site and Imogene connects each pod with educators willing to work in-person with that group of students ~ www.imogene.life


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