While our building remains closed, we will be accepting returns in our outdoor book drop starting June 8th, and will be offering Curbside Pickup by appointment starting June 15th. Click here for more information.
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Are you a student looking for a fun, rewarding volunteer experience? Become an FFL Teen Volunteer!
Middle School (Middle School Volunteer Application) students are invited to participate in the Teen Volunteer Club that meets every Thursday at 4pm in the FFL Teen Space. The Teen Volunteer club helps with our collections, preparing supplies for upcoming programs, and creating book displays for the teen space.
High School (High School Volunteer Application) students get to set their own schedules and select their volunteer activities based on their interests and goals.
Submit your completed application to Margaret at firstname.lastname@example.org or drop it off at our front desk.
Did you know? You can do a ton of fun stuff in our Teen Space!
- Check out and play PS4, WiiU, and Xbox One video games
- Use our teen computers to do your homework (or whatever)
- Find and use one of your school textbooks
- Check out the best new books for middle and high-schoolers, including fiction, graphic novels, college prep books, and more.
Stop in and check it out today!
Teen Advisory Board
Join our Teen Advisory Board to help make the library what you want it to be!
The Teen Advisory Board (TAB) functions as a planning and advising body on programs, services, and spaces in the library for teens. We meet every month for 90 minutes. Meetings are super fun and include pizza, chips, and soda! For upcoming meetings check the calendar. For more information or to offer suggestions, email Margaret at email@example.com.
Homework Help & Test Prep
Visit our Homework Help & Test Prep page to access premium online tools to help you with your homework, exams, SAT prep, and more!
The FFL has a complete set of textbooks that align with the Fayetteville-Manlius middle school and high school curriculums. They are available for use inside the the library.