The Mid-MS Regional Library System (MMRLS)— which includes the Attala County in Kosciusko — is introducing a free one-on-one virtual tutoring service for students of all ages and levels through the experts at Brainfuse HelpNow.
Public school, private school, homeschool and college students in Attala, Holmes, Leake, Montgomery and Winston counties can begin accessing this new homework help resource on Thursday, Oct. 1.
The Brainfuse HelpNow service allows students to access on-demand, live tutoring from 2 to 11 p.m., and homework help available 24/7 throughout the year. All students need to get started is a valid library card and PIN.
Students can learn at their own pace, in a relaxed one-on-one setting, at a time that is flexible and convenient for them. All live tutoring sessions are saved and can be replayed as well as shared with friends and teachers. Subjects include math, reading, writing, science, social studies and more.
"The library is dedicated to helping all students continue to learn, grow and thrive. We believe the Brainfuse HelpNow live tutoring outreach service will benefit students, parents, and teachers in our communities during this time of distance learning and beyond. We also have great digital resources already available with the state funded MAGNOLIA academic journal/magazine article database and the LearningExpress test/career prep database," said Josh Haidet, executive director of the MMRLS.
For more information, call or visit your local MMRLS branch library or the library’s website midmisslib.com.