Science, Solar Ovens, & S'mores!
Grades 5-8 (& CCPL teen volunteers) celebrated the National Week of Making by learning how to build solar ovens from pizza boxes and then testing them outside by making s'mores. Next time, we'll learn coding with transparent, spherical robots called Sphero SPRK.Mark your calendars for Sphero SPRK!
Questers is a twice-monthly club, meeting in both June and July. This club is a place for teens in middle school and high school to connect during the Summer Challenge, share their favorite books and do fun activities. All Quester programs are free of charge and do not require registration. Supplies are provided by the Friends of the Carmel Clay Public Library.
This program will be held in the Program Room and is for students in grades 6-12.
Carmel Clay Public Library's Teen Library Council (TLC) is an advisory board of students in grades 7-12 who meet monthly with the library's Young Adult Services staff to discuss books, movies, and music and to give input on library issues related to teens.
The TVC is for teens in 6 - 12 grade. The library uses teen volunteers in a variety of activities and for many different programs.