Please remember that teens must register for our volunteer programs, so fill out the form today. Teens can drop off or save and email forms to our teen department at email@example.com. Volunteer programs are only open to West Babylon School District residents in grades 6-12 AND each applicant must reapply each year.
ADVANCED BATTLE OF THE BOOKS
Teens in grades 9-12, join our team and get ready to battle! Advanced Battle is a jeopardy style contest based on three teen novels. Regularly scheduled meetings will be held January through March. You can start looking out for registration dates in December!
BATTLE OF THE BOOKS
Battle of the Books is a trivia style contest where teams battle against other Suffolk County Libraries in a trivia contest about pre-picked teen books. Are you ready to BATTLE?!
Orientation: Wednesday, May 16, 2018, 4:30-5:00 PM
Registration begins Friday, April 13, 2018.
Teens entering grades 6-12 can volunteer and help a younger child read.
Tuesday June 10, 17, 21 & 31, 11:00-12:00 PM
Registration begins Friday, June 8.
Did you know that you can sign up and volunteer to help with many of our Children’s programs like the Children’s Winter and Summer Kickoff parties!? Fill out a form today (see above) to get started!
Thank you to all of our Teen volunteers this year! At WBPL, winter is a special time! Volunteer at our annual community holiday event. Be one of Santa’s elves, help with raffle tickets/prizes, you can even lend a hand serving light refreshments. Whatever the task, help make this event magical!
PAWS ME! ADOPTION TAILS!
Share with us your paws-some pet adoption “tails!” How did you rescue your furry friend? Fill out these FORMS, include a picture and drop off in the Children’s department. Remember, forms must be completed in order to receive volunteer credit. Your story may help encourage others to adopt!
PET ADOPTION FAIR
If you love animals, then volunteer today! A big thank you to all of our volunteers who helped out at our 5th annual event this past April! Lots of shelter animals found their FURever homes!
QUICK PICKS: READ & REVIEW!
Read and review because teen opinions matter! We will provide a list of pre-selected titles from the American Library Association; you can choose any of these titles to read on your own time, review and give us feedback! Volunteer credit will be awarded to all members who complete reading logs and an evaluation form. Please contact Ms. Peters for more information.
A huge thank you to all of our teen volunteers this past February!
Love science? Then Science Buddies is right for you! Teens are paired with children in grades 1-5 to help them learn and conduct fun experiments! Look out for this program in February 2019!
TEEN ADVISORY GROUP & JUNIOR TEEN ADVISORY GROUP
Our Junior T.A.G. is open to Tweens in grades 6-8 who are interested in helping with various activities within the Library including: developing fun programs, choosing book displays for Tweens by Tweens and so much more! Our Junior T.A.G members meet every other month. Register online through our WEBSITE. Also, print and fill out our APPLICATION today so you can bring it to the next meeting!
Upcoming meetings: Junior TAG members do not meet during the summer months (June/July/August). Our next regularly schedule meeting will be on Wednesday, September 26, 7-8 PM.
Our senior T.A.G. members (grades 9-12) conduct various activities within the Library including: creating our monthly YA book display, a monthly contest for the young adult area, choosing the “book of the month,” developing outreach programs and so much more! Print and fill out our APPLICATION today so you can bring it to the next meeting! No registration required.
TAG members do not meet during the summer months (July/August). However, be sure to stop by our drop-in movie nights on Monday July 23 & Monday, August 27, 6:30-8 PM.
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