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Digital Community Service

Stars of HOPE
Sign-up for a digital star.  Print and decorate it, or decorate it digitally.  Return the star electronically to Stars of HOPE or put it in a window as a beacon of hope to our community.
Share and tag your Star of HOPE on social using #starsofhope and @starsofhopeusa. Challenge 6 of your family, friends, or colleagues to make HOPE Viral!

GLOBE Observer
What is GLOBE Observer?
1) A citizen science app allowing volunteers in GLOBE countries to take observations and contribute to the Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) community
2) A way to collect data to track changes in the environment in support of Earth system science research, and interpret NASA and other satellite data
3) An open data set available to scientists, and supporting students of all ages in doing real scientific research through the GLOBE Program
Download the app and follow the instructions to get started. Always follow guidelines from your local officials, and only participate in GLOBE activities or use the GLOBE Observer app if it is safe to do so.

2020: Hunger Challenge from Students Rebuild
Register and then create recipe cards.  Submit the recipe cards and the Bezos Family Foundation donates to cure hunger.

Teens in grades 9-12 can earn community service hours by attending our monthly Teen Library Council meetings. The hours earned at each TLC meeting will vary by month.

Fill out our volunteer form to become a member.

Summer Reading Club Packets
Friday, May 8 • 4pm – 5pm

Summer Program Prep
Wednesday, June 24 • 3pm – 4pm

Community Service Programs for grades 6-12. 

Troopons: Cut Coupons for Troops – Wednesday, May 27 from 7 – 8 p.m.
Online registration begins Friday, May 1st.

Teen Room Graphic Novel Signage- Friday, June 12 from 3:30 – 4:30 p.m.
Online registration begins Monday, June 1st.

Community Service Programs for grades 9-12.

Students can volunteer for the Children’s Summer Reading Club.
Registration begins May 18th in the Children’s Room. 


Teens in grades 9-12 can earn community service/volunteer hours by reading a book and submitting a written review. Each review we approve counts as an hour of community service. Teens can earn up to 8 hours each school year from this project.

Submit your reviews online or stop by the Teen Desk for a printed form.


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