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Robins AFB Library: Homeschool Help

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BookFlix – (PreK – 3rd grades) our online literacy resource that pairs classic fictional video storybooks from Weston Woods with related nonfiction eBooks from Scholastic to build a love of reading and learning in all children.

FreedomFlix (from Scholastic) is a digital literacy resource that brings history to life by capturing the dramatic and defining moments in American history. It features dynamic e-books of the Children's Press best-selling Cornerstones of Freedom series that include embedded popup features such as maps, timelines, virtual tour clips, primary source videos and audio clips.

Mango Languages provides access to more than 70 languages. English Language Learning courses, films, and numerous specialty courses are offered.

Early Learning- The perfect tool for pre- and emergent readers to explore independently or learn with an adult. Developed with experts on early childhood education, Early Learning is designed for preschool students with tools and content that reinforces early childhood curriculum via short videos, read-aloud stories, printable activities, and matching and tracing games, among others. The guided reading program, lesson plans, and curriculum correlations make teaching easier for educators and parents. (Recommended ages: 2-8) 

ScienceFlix – (grades 4-10 with STEM Middle/HS focus) – Science for the Next Generation!

TrueFlix – (grades 3-5) Bringing award-winning True Books to Life to help students master Social Studies and Science content knowledge through literacy!

The children (grades K-12) of all Active Duty military and Active Reserve can get help from a professional tutor anytime they need it with Tutors are online and available to help 24/7, offering assistance in 100 different subject areas. Free mobile companion " To Go" for iPad, iPhone & iPod Touch is also available. 

Early Learning- The perfect tool for pre- and emergent readers to explore independently or learn with an adult. Developed with experts on early childhood education, Early Learning is designed for preschool students with tools and content that reinforces early childhood curriculum via short videos, read-aloud stories, printable activities, and matching and tracing games, among others. The guided reading program, lesson plans, and curriculum correlations make teaching easier for educators and parents. (Recommended ages: 2-8) 

Kids- An ideal learning resource for elementary-aged students designed to build confidence and encourage creativity with image-driven navigation and inquiry-based activities. The site features easy-to-read articles that can be read aloud or translated and a wealth of engaging games, science projects, and activities. Encourage self-direction with our visual navigation in Explore, independent learning with WebQuest and compare and contrast skills with Compare Animals and Compare Places. Additional teaching tools for educators and parents make this a complete solution for early learners. (Recommended ages: 6-10)

Student- World Book’s beloved Encyclopedia comes to life in a digital format, perfect for elementary and middle school learners to access information from trusted sources. A one-stop shop for cross curricular learning, Student includes translations to 100+ languages, a Biography Center, current events, research guides, and seamless integrations with Google Classroom and Microsoft OneDrive. The My Research and Citation Builder features assist learners in organizing and analyzing their findings. (Recommended ages: 8-16)


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Robins AFB CYES School Liaison Office

Welcome to the Robins Air Force Base School Liaison Office — your one-stop shop for all matters related to Pre K-12 military connected child education!

The mission of the School Liaison is to eliminate barriers and build bridges for the academic success of military connected children through networks and partnerships with local communities. Robins AFB is located within the Houston County School District where over 90% of Robins’ military children attend school.  Our surrounding school districts are Bibb County and Peach County. We have an excellent relationship with the local school districts and our community.

Georgia House Bill 224 (HB 224) allows military families who live on base (Robins II) the option to request a school transfer to any school within the district. Approval is based on space availability. Please refer to the HB 224 guidelines at:

Students who do not live on base are required to attend the school zone in which they reside. Inbound families are encouraged to contact the School Liaison upon receiving orders to discuss zoning.

The School Liaison is the point of contact between the military installation, school administration, parents, and the community as a whole. Primary responsibilities include advising the military command on matters concerning student education and school operations, fostering a responsive and cooperative relationship between local school districts and the military community, and assisting military families with education matters that are unique to the military lifestyle such as school transitions, frequent moves, deployment, and education inconsistencies that exist from state-to-state.

The commitment of Robins AFB to our local schools is very strong, and we ask for your help in growing our partnerships. We encourage parents and our Team Robins members to take an active role in volunteering in our local schools.  Units interested in Adopt-A-School programs should contact the School Liaison.

School Liaison:
Renee Daughtry
(478) 327-5524
DSN: 497-5524
Airman and Family Readiness Center
Building 794
725 9th Street, Ste 100
Robins AFB, GA 31098
Hours of Operation:
Please call for an appointment.

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  • BookFlix® (from Scholastic) is a digital literacy resource that pairs classic video storybooks with related nonfiction titles to reinforce early reading skills and develop real-world knowledge. This cultivates key reading skills, supports reluctant readers and English Language Learners, and builds fluency, vocabulary and reading comprehension.
  • Britannica® Library allows users to find the most suitable content for school projects or for learning something new through its Children, Young Adults or Reference Center sections.
  • ComicsPlus® Library Edition offers access to more than 20,000 comics and graphic novels from more than 100 publishers. All major genres are represented ─ fiction, nonfiction, fantasy, thrillers, romance, indie comics, Sunday funnies and manga.
  • Gale in Context: Elementary introduces elementary students to database searching with resources featuring age-appropriate, curriculum-related content.
  • Gale in Context: Middle School is a reference resource for grades 6-12 by national and state curriculum standards.
  • Gale: National Geographic Virtual Library brings together a complete archive of National Geographic magazines — every page of every issue — along with a cross-searchable collection of National Geographic books, maps, images and videos. The magazine collection includes National Geographic Archive, 1888-2015; National Geographic Current, 2016-present; National Geographic: People, Animals and the World; and National Geographic Kids, 2009-present.
  • Gale Presents: Miss Humblebee’s Academy is an award-winning, online kindergarten-readiness solution for children ages 3 to 6. The program lays the foundation for a lifetime of learning success, building strength in core subject areas: language and literacy, math, science and social studies, art and music, social and emotional learning, and fitness.
  • NoveList® K-8 Plus provides a trusted source of information curated specifically for younger readers. It helps kids find books that are just right for their reading level and interests.
  • Primary Search® through Explora, EBSCO’s dedicated interface for schools and public libraries, provides easy-to-use features and reliable content from the world’s leading magazines and reference books. Designed for elementary school libraries, Primary Search is a full-text database providing popular children’s magazines, easy-to-read encyclopedic entries and a vast image collection. Students can learn about a variety of topics, including endangered species, famous musicians, fitness and space exploration. It is available on library computers and from mobile devices.
  • Scholastic ScienceFlix (grades 4-10 with a STEM middle and high school focus) offers science for the next generation.
  • TrueFlixTM (grades 3-5) brings award-winning true books to life to help students master social studies and science content knowledge through literacy.
  • Tutor.comTM for U.S. military families provides eligible students with free 24/7 live, one-to-one expert tutoring in more than 150 subjects, including AP® and SAT®/ACT® prep resources, in a safe and secure environment. Due to pandemic-related academic disruptions, tutoring services were temporarily expanded to support additional DOD populations. Visit the site to verify eligibility.
  • World Book Online is the premier suite of digital resources for schools and libraries, with content to engage and excite all minds, from prereaders to advanced researchers. The databases are progressive and align users with their appropriate learning level. It also seamlessly integrates with popular single sign-on providers and learning management systems, or links content to other platforms for teaching and learning. The built-in tools are accessible, flexible and easy to use. Use the virtual training guide for support material, promotional items and free resources. World Book Online is for all ages and reading levels.
  • ArtistWorks for Libraries provides patrons with world-class instruction through self-paced video lessons from Grammy Award–winning music and artistic professionals.
  • Britannica® Academic edition delivers fast and easy access to high-quality, comprehensive information.
  • Britannica® Annals of American History offers a rich and varied history of the United States.
  • Britannica® ImageQuest includes 3.3 million images from 62 leading collections that aren’t freely available on the web. Users can search by keyword, collection, image type and image ratio.
  • Britannica® School Edition offers a safe, up-to-date and age-appropriate information resource for Primary, Middle and High School. Contains encyclopedia articles, journals and periodicals, multimedia, primary sources, games, and other learning resources that are curriculum aligned and support student research and classroom teaching.
  • FreedomFlix: Who says history has to be boring? FreedomFlix (grades 4-10) features dynamic e-books of the Children’s Press bestselling Cornerstones of Freedom series!
  • LearningExpress Library® (DOD Test Prep) is specifically tailored to accommodate the needs of current and retired service members. Available test preps include: ASTB-E, ASVAB, Military Flight Aptitude Test, Officer Candidate Tests, CLEP, DSST, TOEFL iBT, IELTS and the SAT. This library offers resource guidance for service members transitioning to civilian careers; career certification prep for occupations ranging from air traffic controller, firefighter and electrician to border patrol. Test prep resources are available for elementary, middle school, high school and college students; GED, HiSET and TASC prep; popular software programs tutorials (i.e., Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop); and more. Note: Account creation required for access.
  • The Great Courses Library Collection offers access to hundreds of courses taught by internationally recognized university faculty members from leading institutions of higher learning across the globe.


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