Public Speaking Workshop
For Ages 9 - 14
@ The Cornell Cooperative Extension in Stony Point
January 7th - Febraury 4th
Call 845 429-7085 ext. 103 for more info
or email kal269 AT cornell.edu
Teens can rack up community service hours here at the library when they volunteer. The library provides volunteering opportunities during our special events, book sales, and during our regular operating hours. For more information, check our newsletter or give us a call.
Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center is also looking for enthusiastic individuals, 14 years of age and up, who would like to volunteer their time and talents.They ask that you consider volunteering 1 day a week for 4 hours, but would love if you are willing to donate more time as well. Contact Lynn Beers at (845) 386-5482, or at email@example.com.
The Alex Awards: The Alex Awards are given to ten books written for adults that have special appeal to young adults, ages 12 through 18.
Reading Rants: Out of the ordinary teen booklists. Check it out and find something new to read.
TeenInk: This magazine and website only published material written by teens. If you've got that creative urge, get your work in front of thousands of people by submitting it to TeehInk!
CliffsNotes: Brush up on your literature knowledge before you take the big test, but do us a favor and read the book! We're a library after all.
ACT Fact Sheet: Everything you might want to know about the ACT.
SAT - College Board: A one stop shop for everything about the SAT. Practice questions, dates, and a daily checklist to make sure you're ready to ace the test.
Subject Test Requirements: Find out which colleges require SAT subject tests for admission.
When do I take the SAT?: Advice on the best time to take the test, and whether it makes sense to take it more than once.
SAT Ninja: Advice from someone who's been there before. The SAT ninja offers prompts, tips, and tricks for you to put the SAT in its place.
Alice: Alice is an innovative 3D programming environment that makes it easy to create an animation for telling a story, playing an interactive game, or a video to share on the web.
iEmily: A place for information about health and wellness for girls.
Guiness World Records: A web version of the popular world record book. Can you set a record?
Draw Manga: Learn how to draw manga step-by-step.
Billboard Online: Music ratings, current top ratings and songs. Music news, radio, recordings, tours, etc.
Fun and Games
Maker Camp: Build cool stuff at home! Follow instructions for DIY projects, and share your own creations. A virtual camp for teens takes place every summer.
Kings of Chaos: Web-based massively multiplayer strategy game. Players build armies, recruit friends, buy weapons, and spy and attack on each other
Neave: A cool collection of toys and games. This site shows the power web technology tools.
PopCap: Java games that you can play right in your browser. PopCap are the creators of the popular Bejeweled, Peggle, and Plants vs. Zombies games.
Runescape: This is a massive multiplayer online role playing game in which you buy and sell items in exchange for gold. You will also fight many creatures and try to become the best overall fighter in the entire game. Free to play.
D&D at Wizards of the Coast: Come and learn a game where you put down the game controller and exercise your math skills and your imagination. It's not just for nerds anymore!