Congratulations to the winners of the 2020 Flash Fiction contest, a creative writing contest where stories are limited to 1,000 words or less. We loved reading through all the amazing entries and listening to your stories - and now everyone can read the winning entries!
We’re proud to welcome Jennifer Hunt as our new Deputy Director.
Middle school students can get one-on-one lessons in coding through the Library's Tech Bytes program. This technology-based program helps kids get ready for high school with the tech knowledge and experience needed to succeed. We've brought in two teens from the area to work as mentors.
Homeschooling, eLearning, hybrid model ... this school year is definitely looking different for many families. We're doing our best to help you navigate the change, including offering access to completely free worksheets, lessons, mini-books and more with Scholastic Teachables.
If you're interested in homeschooling, there are resources available to help! We've compiled a list of a few.
There’s no time like the present to talk about race, racism and anti-racism with your family. Join us for this hands-on, four-part series that will guide you through various aspects of understanding and talking about race. You’ll receive a virtual workbook and each session will include time for group discussions as well as conversations with your family members.
We’re proud to announce a new way for students entering grades 7-12 to volunteer: Virtual Volunteens! It's totally online and all volunteer activities can be completed at home, letting you safely earn and track service hours.