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"Read to Right Wrongs" a reading list for teens

Published by Jacquelyn White / September 17, 2020

Read to Right Wrongs (RTRW) is an effort to provide information around the many topics that the community is wrestling with, through programs, reading recommendations, outreach efforts, and more. Click through for book recommendations aimed at teens.

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Virtual College Prep Boot Camp

Published by Jacquelyn White / September 8, 2020

Our college-prep series is going virtual. Register to join weekly workshops cover topics such as the Common College Application, How to Write Great Personal Statement, How to Find the Right Colleges for You, and more. Workshops will be held on Zoom every Tuesday, starting at 6 p.m. The first workshop will be held Tuesday, September 1.


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Homework Help for Teens: Tutor.com

Published by Amber McClure / August 19, 2020

Miss Jacquelyn, Teen Services Supervisor, will show you how to use Tutor.com and give you an overview of homework help resources for teens.

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Mad Hatter's Virtual Book Club for Teens

Published by Mia Jordan / August 13, 2020

The Mad Hatter's Book Club meets virtually via Zoom. The participants (ages 12-18) research whatever they want related to a chosen topic. They could read fiction or nonfiction books, watch movies, read news articles, etc. We then discuss what we found out at our meeting. There is no pressure to speak. Be sure to wear a funny hat if you have one!


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