Did you watch the game last week? It may have been a rollercoaster, but it was inspiring to see our Seahawks come back in the second half of the game. Winter break always feels like half-time when it comes to the school year. Whether you are finishing your finals for the first semester in high school or gearing up for graduation in spring, the second half of the school year can be daunting! So many big questions come into play: How can I stay organized? What do I need to succeed? Who can I turn to for help?
One way to commemorate the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday on Monday, January 18, is to learn more about the experiences of people who were part of the struggle for civil rights. In recent years, a number of highly engaging books have been written for middle and high schoolers on this subject. Descriptions from Baker & Taylor.
Looking for something to do over winter break? Worried about finding presents for the people in your life? Do not despair--there is still time to create something fun for--or with--your family and friends, while using your imagination and creativity. And you can create while recycling old t-shirts, yarn, CDs and more!
Attention 12-18 year olds! Do you love to read? Do you like keeping up on the newest YA titles? And, do you love giving your opinions on books? If you answered yes to these questions, be part of Teens’ Top Ten!