Tutoring help is available at Maxwell for middle and high school students, homeschool or other, from a retired teacher.
Free, but an appointment is required.
Ask Melissa or Rena for details.
Perfect for extra help in reading, language arts, basic science, study skills, DBQs, and/or test prep.
Portrait of Henry VIII possibly by Hans Eworth, after Hans Holbein the Younger’s destroyed mural at Whitehall Palace
License: Public Domain
- Summer is getting close!
As usual, our Summer Reading Program (this year a cooperative program with Fairmount) will start July 1. The theme this year is Tails and Tales.
Each 20 minutes spent reading earns a ticket in the end-of-summer prize drawings. You can register for the program (and keep track of your reading) at READsquared.
Also, we are again able to present Wild Wednesdays—fun programs for the entire family each Wednesday evening! Though we can’t have programs in the library building itself, Melissa has arranged to use Munro Park down the street from the library as a venue.
The lineup of programs features favorites
- Dan the Snakeman
- The Great and Powerful Dave (formerly Moreland the Magician)
- Jeff the Magic Man
Summer Reading at New York Libraries Logo used with permission from the New York State Library.
- The first step toward discovery: Kids Mode
- College Planning
Find information and resources for college planning at the Website of the New York State Higher Education Services Corporation.
Frontansicht des Hauptgebäudes der Humboldt-Universität in Berlin (Frontview of the main building of Humboldt-University in Berlin) by Christian Wolf (www.c-w-design.de)
License: CC BY-SA 3.0 DE
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