Space for Teens!
We've converted the old activity room into a Maker Space where teens 13+ can hang out, play games, try out new technology, do DIY projects and more. Need a computer? Bring your laptop and use our free Wi-Fi, or check out a laptop at the front desk.
Banned Book in a Jar Challenge
Guess which banned book is in a jar at the circulation desk. A correct guess enters you for a chance to win a $10 gift card.
Find out more about our robotics, film, photography, 3D design and printing, and maker programs here: Project Next Generation
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Tuesday, December 4
Join us during homeroom from 12:50-1:38 in the high school library to discuss what you're reading, watching, and writing. Do simple DIY projects and get advanced reader copies of books before they're released. Don't attend the high school, but want to come? Sign in at the front desk, and then come up to the library.
Battle of the Books
Are you competitive? Do you like to read? Form a team with your friends, read this year's Battle of the Books titles, enjoy monthly book-related activities during lunch, and compete for glory and gift cards in a book-related trivia battle against other teams. Battle of the Books is open to students in Mrs. McKinty and Mrs. Maher's English classes. Find a list of this year's titles here.
Teen Reads See what books and things are popular with other teens!
eBooks Download to computers, tablets, eReaders, and mobile devices.
Rocket Languages Learn or get help with world languages, also includes American Sign Language.
Note: You will need your library card barcode number and pin to access the above services. For assistance, please contact library staff.
Testing Practice & Resources (GED, College Prep)
Have questions about any of our services, contact Katie @ email@example.com