Child and family care during COVID-19

At-home learning resources

Updated October 16, 2020

While the best place to start when planning or adjusting your home learning plan is with your child’s school or school district, the resources below will help you supplement their materials to help your child stay engaged in learning during the pandemic. If you are looking for child care during the school day please check out the child care options and resources website.

Online educational materials

Does your family need help paying for internet to access remote learning? Washington state’s K-12 Internet Access Program connects students in need to internet access at home, with no cost to the student or family.

Tutoring and learning support

  • UW College of Education: The UW College of Education Community Job Board connects families interested in hiring students to provide tutoring or enrichment opportunities with students interested in work opportunities.
  • UW Child Care Connections: UW Child Care Connections is a service that connects UW students willing to provide child care or learning support to UW employees and graduate students who need caregiving support.
  • Free tutoring through local libraries: King County Library System members have unlimited free access to Tutor.com. Each session is 20-30 minutes long and is designed to help learners with 1-2 questions. Learn on the King County Libraries website. Pierce County and Sno-Isle Librariesmembers have access to HelpNow, a live, online professional tutoring service. Learn more on the Pierce County Library System and Sno-Isle Libraries websites.

Special education resources