East Providence Middle and High School Reading Assignments
TEENS CAN EARN PRIZES FOR READING AT HOME
Kids entering grades 6-123 may sign up for the Teen Summer Reading Program. Earn free books, raffle tickets to win gift cards and more!
SUMMER WORKSHOPS (register)
Presented by the Rhode Island Computer Museum
Presented by artist and improve actor Eric Fulford
Presented by Farm Fresh Rhode Island
Race against the clock to create a dish using only the ingredients given to you. You will be judged on presentation and taste.
Presented by RI Museum of Science & Art (RIMOSA)
Presented by Dean Watts of Rising Sun Jiu Jitsu
Presented by the RI Computer Museum
Librarians will lead computer based activities on Code.org.
Librarians will demonstrate how to plan, create, and print a 3-D print item. Attendees will make their own 3-D printed design.
Tie Dye, Duct Tape, Food Games
Celebrate summer with ice cream and new Wii games!
Check out LIVE HOMEWORK HELP to connect with tutors everyday from 2:00pm to 10:00pm.
Get help with homework, studying for an exam, or understanding today’s lesson. Math, Science, Social Studies, and English – all levels including AP.
East Providence teens can fulfill their community service hours at the library. Call our Teen Librarians, Meredith or Sharon, at 434-2453, to make an appointment for an individual community service project.
Farmers Market volunteer opportunity: We are seeking volunteers, ages 13+, to assist at our weekly Farmers Market on Thursdays, 4:00-7:00. Contact Joyce May at 434-2453 or email@example.com.
SCHEDULED COMMUNITY SERVICE DATE
Friday, 6/17, 2:30-4:30pm
VOLUNTEER TO BE A SUMMER READING BUDDY
The library matches volunteers, ages 13-adult, with elementary school children to read together for one hour each week at the library. Teens can fill out an application in the Children’s Room @ Weaver Library to be a Reading Buddy. Reading Buddies must be willing to commit to 1 hour per week for at least 3 months.
Do you have fines on your library card?
Kids 16 and younger can “pay” their overdue fines by reading in the library.
Just tell a librarian when you start and finish reading, and we will waive $1 for every 30 minutes of reading.