Tutor.com is a free online tutoring service for grades K-12. Tutoring provided in both Spanish and English. Assistance is given in five subjects: Math, Science, Social Studies, and Writing.
To sign in to tutor.com, a student uses their library card number from any public library in Loudon County: Greenback, Loudon, Philadelphia, or Tellico Village. Students with Lenoir City library cards use a special access word. Contact Lenoir City library for that code. Access is through tvlibrary.org, then click on the tutor.com icon or the tutor.com tab on home page of the tvlibrary.org website.
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The Jane L Pettway Foundation has provided a grant to cover the cost of this program.
The Kegley Children's Corner is a cozy spot that is brightened by a colorful mural painted by the Art Guild of Tellico Village.
Children are invited to browse for books or cuddle up to the HABIT dogs Charley and Wilbur to read aloud.
A preschool computer loaded with appropriate educational games has been donated by the Kiwanis Club of Tellico Village.
Parent and Grandparents alike are invited to relax here and read to the children or enjoy a cup of coffee while the young ones find the perfect book or use the children's computer.
Both educational DVDs (free checkup) and preschool entertainment DVDs may be found here as well.
On the other side of the library is the Phyllis Baldani Collection for Young Adults. This growing collection is perfect for the advanced readers.
The 2017 Summer Reading Program will be centered around “Build A Better World.” The program will be held at Tellico Village Library on five consecutive Saturdays, beginning June 17, 2017 at 9:30 a.m. You must register your child at the library if you want them to participate. Registration forms are available at the front desk in the library.
An identical program will be held at the Lenoir City Boys and Girls Club, beginning Tuesday June 13th.
The program is free and open to all children ages 5-12. Retired teachers plan all the units with many volunteer helpers. There are challenges, fun and prizes for all.
The Kiwanis Club sponsors the Reading Program as does the Jane L. Pettway Foundation.
Call (865) 458-5199 for more information or e-mail www.tvlibrary.org.
We offer reading with one of our Ruff dogs to elementary aged childern. The child reads to the dog who is trained to listen. Saturday morning is the best day to do this, but we need some notice to make the arrangements. Call Mary Ann at 865-207-2626 or e-mail her at email@example.com to schedule an appointment.
Age appropriate educational DVDs are available in the Children's area. These are available for a one week check out at no charge.
Other entertainment DVDs for children are also located in the same area. There is a charge of $2 a check out for the entertainment DVDs.
Other DVDs with General or PG ratings are located with the main DVD collection. To search for a specific title or the availability of a specific DVD, use the online catalog.
We have established the library as a resource center for the home schooled children in Loudon County. We now have the resources to support the home schooling program. The computers are available to both parents and children for their education projects and research. If you have questions about this program, please contact us