For the month of October, the Bentley Municipal Library will be open for browsing with limited numbers. 

Tuesdays 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Wednesdays 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Fridays 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Saturdays 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM for curbside pick up only at this time. 


Our library staff members will be available to assist with instructions on how to request via the online catalogue, sign you up with a library membership, and fulfill your scanning/printing needs. Please contact us in person during curbside hours, via phone or email for assistance.

Resources

Homework Help with Solaro

Visit our eLibrary to access Solaro for homework help and tests for the Alberta grades 3-12 curriculum. 

Using Solaro:

  • Log in using your library card and agree to the Terms of Service
  • Click on 'add course'
  • Choose the region and grade you're interested in and click update. You do not need to enter anything in the License Key field.
  • Select the courses you want added to your account and click save.
  • Click on a course name to begin.

For more information on using these courses, watch this tutorial video.


Home Schooling Resources

Find resources and learn about responsibilities for K to 12 home education in Alberta.

Alberta Home Education

Alberta Homeschooling Association

Parent Education Resources 

Alberta Health Services- Support in Tough Times

COVIBook- Mindheart, education for children on COVID19

Healthy Parenting

School Resources

Learn Alberta

Online Reference Centre

Alberta Education

Canadian Parents for French: Alberta


Local Resources

Bentley Community Services/FCSS
Located in the Bentley Care Centre, first hallway to the left. 
4834-52 Avenue, Box 179, Bentley AB T0C 0J0
Phone: 403-748-2160 | Email: community@townofbentley.ca
Department Manager: Barb Carson

The Community Services Office is a department of the Town, operating under the mandate of Family & Community Support Services (FCSS) and receives 80% of its funding from the Province of Alberta. Information on the Family & Community Support Services mandate and guidelines can be found on the Associations website: http://fcssaa.org/

FCSS does not engage in crisis intervention directly, but may assist through referrals to appropriate agencies. 

Family Resource Network
Provincial Family Resource Networks (FRNs) deliver high quality prevention and early intervention services and supports for children aged 0 to 18. 

Networks provide a range of services and supports that focus on strengthening preventing and caregiving knowledge, social support, coping and problem solving skills, access to community supports and resources, improving child and youth development, building resiliency and fostering well-being. 

Lacombe County
Call: 1-877-994-5465 (option 3) or 403-896-3408
Email: karen.white@mcmancentral.ca