Homework Help @ Your Library
Stuck on a math problem? Not sure how to cite your sources? Need help finding articles for your research paper? Looking for a book to read that's not boring? We can help you find the answers to these questions and more! The Library has a wide collection of books, databases and other electronic resources to assist you with your research needs from within the library or at home.
Click here for Children's Homework Help.
Online video-based test preparation couses. Prepare for the SAT, PSAT, ACT, PLAN and SSAT tests.
Need homework help? Brainfuse provides access to online tutors that you can chat with live. Tutors cover subjects such as math, English, science, and social studies in both English and Spanish and they are available from 2-11 p.m. every day.
The Library offers a library of licensed, Internet-accessible databases selected by professional librarians in Suffolk County and the Northport-East Northport Public Library. You will need a valid library barcode to access these databases.
With over 40 subject categories, you can link to NENPL librarian-selected websites. The subjects include art, disaster preparedness, health, history, literature, science, etc.
Learning Express offers various Learning Centers, including for middle school and high school students. You will find practice tests, exercises, and fun lessons. Practice tests are also available for High School Entrance Exams, AP Exams, ACT, PSAT and SAT exams and more.
Forgot your textbook? Northport School District middle and high school textbooks are available for in-library use. The textbooks are located next to the teen computers in each building.
Northport-East Northport School District Homework Server
View course assignments and information as posted by your teachers in the elementary schools, middle schools and high school.
View past Regents Exams and Scoring Keys in English Language Arts, Languages Other than English, Mathematics, Social Studies and Science.
Reference Librarian -In Library, Email or Phone
Email, call or stop by the Reference desks at either of our buildings to speak with the Reference staff. You can request books or articles, ask questions about a particular topic, and receive assistance with your research strategies.