School Age

Students up through eighth grade may choose from age appropriate programs scheduled after school.  Some programs require registration.  Register online by clicking the register link, stop in at the Children’s and Youth Services desk, or call (216) 226-8275, ext. 140.

Homework Help: For Students in Kindergarten through Eighth Grade

Monday through Friady from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. through Friday, May 26 in the Main Library Homework Room and at the Madison Branch.

Brain Recess: For Students in Kindergarten through Eighth Grade

Coloring sheets, puzzles, card games and board games may be sgined out at the Children's and Youth Services desk at the Main Library.

Pen Pal Club: For Students Entering Second through Fifth Grade

Monday, June 12 through Monday, July 24 in the Main Library Children’s and Youth Services Department. Make new friends, mystery friends. Visit the Library weekly and write a letter about the theme of the week. Practice your reading and writing skills at the same time! One letter per week will be mailed to your secret friend by the Library, and you will also receive one letter per week from your secret friend. Paper, envelopes and postage are provided by the Library. Celebrate your new friends at a Meet and Greet party at the end of the program.

Poetry Month Scavenger Hunt: For All Ages

Saturday, April 1 through Sunday, April 30 in the Main Library Children’s and Youth Services Department. Participate in Poetry Month by searching the children’s area of the Library for pairs of rhyming words. Then use those words to write your own poem! Enter your completed scavenger hunt sheet in a drawing for a prize. Pick up a scavenger hunt entry form at the Children’s and Youth Services desk. No registration is required.

Magnetic Poetry Board: For Students through Twelfth Grade

Saturday, April 1 through Sunday, April 30 in the Main Library Children’s and Youth Services Department and the Madison Branch. Welcome to the Library Poetry Board. Choose. Combine. Compose. So many words, so many choices. Stop in to the Children’s and Youth Services area during the month of April and take a crack at creating your own poetic works with our magnetic poetry board. Silly or serious, we’re eager to see your creations. Then check out our display for snapshots of our favorite poetry board features. No registration is required.

 


 

Minecraft Explorers

Are you a total blockhead? Have you explored every crevice of the Overworld, the Nether and the End? Created your own amazing architecture? Confronted the Ender Dragon and lived to tell about it?

Thursday, August 17, 2017 - 4:30pm

Main Library Multipurpose Room

Students Entering Third through Fifth Grade

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