This May 22 recording of NPR’s The National Conversation gives voice to kids’ concerns about the pandemic as we anticipate summer’s arrival. Click here to access the 40-minute broadcast, which also examines testing questions.
It’s that time of year again! Birds are searching for a place to make a family, and the kids are ripe for a parent/child project that will become a lifelong memory. This is a great project, even if the kids are just old enough to learn to use a hammer and nails. You can ...Read More
Quick — what is the opposite of being quarantined at home? If your answer included the words “Disneyland” or “Disneyworld,” have we got a YouTube channel for you. Virtual Disney World lets you “virtually experience all of your favorite attractions within an interactive 360-degree video environment. Virtual Disney World* offers ...Read More
Ready for a new book to read? We’ve got you covered. Find books and authors similar to your favorites or browse genres, reading lists, and more with NoveList. You can also sign up to get a monthly email newsletter from NextReads filled with new book releases in your selected areas ...Read More
Tuesday, May 26, 4 p.m. — This free workshop, intended for high school students 14 and older, will discuss the best way to pay for college, including dual-enrollment, state colleges, Bright Futures, federal grants and other funding options. Additionally, participants will search for scholarships, preview the FAFSA, and discuss public ...Read More
Podcasts are a great way to be entertained and sometimes learn something new. Whether you’re already a podcast lover or if you’re new to them, our staff has some favorites that you might want to check out. Podcasts are audio programs — like talk radio — that are made available ...Read More