Needed: Teen Summer Volunteers!
If you are in 6th-12th grade (September 2018), this is your chance to have fun, help your library, and earn volunteer hours.
Click here for an application or pick up one at the Circulation Desk. Email questions to Dee O’Hagan, Teen Volunteer Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org. ONE orientation session is mandatory for new applicants (returning volunteers do not have to attend). Please email confirmation of attendance. Available dates are:
Sunday May 20th 4 pm
Sunday June 3rd 3pm
Saturday June 9th 3 pm
Sunday June 17th 3 pm
Magazines and Databases for Students
Includes Online College Database, Opposing Viewpoints, encyclopedias, journals, Grolier, magazines, and other research databases and web sites.
Practice your state's DMV permit test or drivers license test - no registration required! Click here to take your 2017 driving permit practice.
The American Presidency Project includes more than 111,400 documents relating to the presidency, including executive orders, proclamations, press conferences, weekly radio addresses, fireside chats, and State of the Union presentations with links to audio and video.
Book of the States is your source for state, commonwealth, and territory comparative data. Can elected officials serve executive terms? Which states legalized capital punishment? Agriculture, energy, elections, technology, human services and more. Fun facts include each state's offical bird, motto, song and flower.
Library Newsletter- Check our current newsletter for young adult programs.
LIbCal - Register through this link for young adult programs. You will need your library card.