While students across the Cobb County School District are engaged in digital learning, some may need a little extra help with their work. In addition to the help from their teachers, Cobb students also have access to free tutors thanks to the Cobb Schools partnership with the Cobb County Public Library.
Cobb students are able to access free library resources, like tutoring, through their Library PASS (Public library Access for Student Success) account, which is connected to their school student ID.
The free Tutor ATL program is available virtually through the public library 9 A.M. to 11 P.M. The one-on-one and on-demand tutors provide assistance to K-12 students. Students can get help in math, essay writing, SAT prep, and much more. Bilingual Spanish tutors are also available.
Those interested should go to TutorATL.org. Cobb students will use their Cobb County Public Library PASS account by logging in with their student number. The password is their birthday (2-digit month and 2-digit day).
Middle school and high school students can also access free tutoring from fellow Cobb students who are offering their help through the student-created Virtual Outreach Tutoring program.
In addition to the tutoring, the Cobb County Public Library offers a robust range of online digital resources for all ages. Students and families are encouraged to use the Library from home to find eBooks, eAudios, digital magazines, streaming videos, language courses, and more for all ages. All the library digital resources are available to Cobb students through the Cobb Schools extended partnership with the Cobb County Public Library.