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YOUNG ADULT ADVISORY COUNCIL
The Grafton Library invites you to join the Young Adult Advisory Council (YAAC) and volunteer your expertise on what teens need at their public library.
Young Adult Advisory Council membership is open to all Grafton teens, ages 11-18 years old, and will meet once a month to discuss and plan library services and programming for teens. YAAC members will give input on which books/magazines/cd's to order for the young adult collection, and help to plan and implement fun programming.
So get involved, let your voice be heard, and speak up about programs and services for teens at your public library! If you'd like to join the library's Young Adult Council, please contact Allison at 508-839-4649 or email@example.com
Here is a great link for homework help, as well as other resources,
Try this enlightening and entertaining site for those tough to answer questions.
This site has great links for help in all subjects (also has info on QR codes)
Great site for science fair project information and ideas!
All you need to know about DNA, RNA, cells, protein and cloning.
This is a great resource about how government works.
Check out the government at work. This is a list, with links, of government agencies and programs.
Want to learn more about the legislative branch of our government? Topics covered include the role of the U.S. House of Representatives, the legislative process, and House history. This site is good for all ages/grades.
Want to step inside a Courtroom?
Don't pull your hair out over that math problem...try these helpful sites.
Need inspiration for an english project?
Need information on Copyright? This web site explains the basics of copyright law.
Wondering what to read next? Check out these sites for a great list of book titles and reviews.
Also remember to check out the Grafton Library's Online & Digital Resources
page for great databases such as InfoTrac Student Edition, Biography Resource Center, American History Online, along with many others.
The Young Adult (YA) section at the Grafton Public Library serves teens in grades 6-12 and provides an array of materials, activities, and technologies for their educational, informational, and recreational interests.
Check the calendar for programs!