We need you to volunteer this summer! The Children’s Department of Sewickley Public Library is looking for students going into grades 7-12 to volunteer for the Summer Reading Program. This is a great opportunity to earn some volunteer hours during… Continue Reading Calling All Teen Volunteers!
We are over halfway through this year’s Summer Reading Program! You probably already know that reading and logging your minutes earns you entries toward weekly prize drawings. But did you know that you can earn extra entries by completing the… Continue Reading Summer Reading is More Fun with Activity Badges
In addition to the great research databases provided by the state and county, students now have access to a comprehensive collection of reference databases from Infobase. Through July 1st, users can access this collection of history, geography, medical, literature, and… Continue Reading New Resources for Students
Tutor.com through the Sewickley Public Library is available to help students continue their learning from home. With a library card, students can use all resources at the Sewickley Public Library, including access to Tutor.com, which is available every day (even Sunday!) from 12… Continue Reading Tutor.com Is Here to Help
Before the bells ring out for another school year of mandatory reading, enjoy one last fling with a really good, enjoyable read. Wilder Girls by Rory Power Friends Hetty, Byatt, and Reece go to extremes trying to uncover the dark truth… Continue Reading Last-Chance Summer Reading for Teens