The New Providence Memorial Library has programs and services for teens in middle and high school, grades 6-12. Use the quick links below to jump to the info you need! We're always updating our Teen Calendar with new programs, so be sure to check out the full listing HERE. Scroll down this page for more details.
Teen Winter Reading Challenge - February 1 - March 15
- Students in grade 6-12, participate in our first Teen Winter Reading challenge for a chance to win the grand prize!
- Each book you read and log will enter you into a raffle for a basket filled with cozy treats, perfect for the cold weather.
- The more you read, the greater your chance of winning! 8 entries maximum.
- Log your books here: https://bit.ly/npmlteenreading
February Teen Take Out Box
- Box of goodies that go out to teens in grades 6-12 every other month
- Contains a YA Fiction book selected for you, plus lots of other fun treats!
- Keep the goodies, just return the book when you finish!
- Sign up for next Take Out Box will open January 25.
SAT Math Help
- Tutoring sessions for high school students who are looking for help with the math portion of the SAT.
- High school students will take a practice test and discuss the sections they need help with.
- Please bring a laptop/tablet and a notebook.
- High school students only, please.
Join the Math Club!
- Join the NP Math Club every Friday from 3:50-4:45. Hone your problem-solving skills while meeting with other math enthusiasts.
- Run by NP Teens, open to all students in grades 2-12.
Join the Chess Club!
- Instruction @ 4:30-5:30
- Games @ 5:30
- Run by New Providence Teens enthusiastic to teach & share chess knowledge & fun!
- Chess Instruction lectures offered before club meetings @ 4:30PM each Monday.
- Open to Kids, Teens & Adults. Register online at least 1 day in advance through NP Chess Club
Book Review Bloggers
Book reviews serve the community by helping others find the right reading materials. If you love to read and want to share your opinions, you can join our Teen Book Review Crew and earn volunteer service hourse at the same time! All you need to do is read a book in the library's YA or Adult fiction collections, and do a write-up including a brief summary and your opinions. You'll submit all reviews and edits via email, making this a great opportunity for teens with busy schedules. Finished reviews will be published right here on the library's Book Review Blog on our website!
Interested? Click here for full Guidelines or Email Emma for more information.
Don't forget about all the great digital downloads that are available through the Library, too!
- Hoopla for ebooks, audiobooks, movies, TV series, music & comics
- Libby by Overdrive for ebooks and audiobooks
- Kanopy for independent films and documentaries
- BrainFuse for FREE live online tutoring
- LinkedIn Learning with more than 3,000 online courses in a wide variety of subjects
- Tumblebooks with picture books, chapter books, National Geographic videos, non-fiction books & graphic novels for kids