Join the Teen Advisory Group and meet the first Wednesday of each month to advise library staff on programs and services. You’ll have opportunities to volunteer at library events, plan activities and have fun. You can use your volunteer hours to meet your school’s community service requirement. Open to teens from Raynham in grades 7 through 12. Start here by completing the application.
Guys Read: book suggestions and topics guys like
Reading Rants: out-of-the-ordinary teen booklists
The Michael L. Printz Award: books recognized for excellence in young adult literature
Billboard Online: music ratings, current top ratings and songs, what’s new, etc.
Explore Careers: tells you the training and education needed, earnings and outlook for hundreds of different jobs
College Preparation Checklist: use the checklist to find out what you can do to prepare yourself for college.
Online College Plan: SAT and ACT prep resources, including practice tests
Peterson’s Guide to Colleges and Universities: a guide to college information
Unigo: college students share reviews, photos, and videos from campuses across the country. Find out what college life is really like.
Federal Student Aid: get help paying for college
College Financial Survival Guide: solid advice and links to more information
Safe Surfing for Teens: protect yourself online by learning these simple rules
Teen Health: all the answers could be here
Teenink: Teen Ink magazine offers some of the most thoughtful and creative work on a variety of subjects, generated by teens for teens.
The Raynham Public Library begins the reopening phase that allows for limited capacity in the building by appointment on Wednesday, July 8. You cannot enter the library without an appointment.
HOW DO I MAKE AN APPOINTMENT?
You can schedule a 30-minute appointment up to three days in advance on the library’s event calendar or by calling 508.823.1344. Appointments can be made between 10:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Monday-Wednesday, 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Thursday and Saturday, and Friday, 10:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
WHAT SHOULD I DO TO PREPARE FOR MY APPOINTMENT?
Here are a few things that will ensure your appointment is safe and will run smoothly:
Curbside pickup is still available by request. You do not need to enter the building (or make a reservation) for curbside pickup in the front lobby. All Holds are considered Curbside.