With schools out and Clubs clubs closed, we understand many parents may be struggling to help kids stay on track with schoolwork. At Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta, we know the key to success starts with a solid education.
Check back for regular updates of resources to help the kid in your life stay engaged and on track during this time.
Club members who have an Atlanta Fulton Public Library account, and/or Cobb County Public Library account, have free, unlimited access to live tutors through TutorATL.
TutorATL offers free, on-demand, online tutoring to metro Atlanta students with expert tutors in over 50 subjects, K-12, including AP and honors courses. They also have bilingual tutors in several languages.
Visit TutorATL.org for more information.
- Atlanta Fulton County library cardholders, login here.
- APS students can login using their MyBackpack login.
- Cobb County Library cardholders, login here.
- All sessions are recorded
- No video capabilities; youth/mentor share a whiteboard and can hear each other speak
- All mentors are fully vetted, background checked, and hired/monitored by Tutor.com
Keep Kids Engaged
Even though school is closed, there is plenty kids can do to keep their mind and body active and engaged.
We will be updating daily with new games and interactive lessons so check back regularly.
With schools out, Clubs closed, and certain items difficult to find, we know that finding nutritious food for your family is important. The health and safety of our members, our staff, and the community is our #1 priority.
We have pulled together a list of food support in your community.
From financial to housing assistance to emotional support and healthcare, we are here for you.
Community partners across the state are stepping up. Check out our list of resources to support you and your family.
We follow the operating schedules of County/City district schools so if your County/City district school has a closure, your local Club will be closed as well.
Help Us Continue to Serve our Mission
As Atlanta’s kids and families face challenges with food insecurity, financial instability, mental health, social distancing and homeschool, Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta has stepped up to fill the gap. We need your support – now more than ever.