Please enjoy this short informational video about the Richmond Public Library Teen Services S.A.T. Scholarship Program and the 2014 award recipients. By dougharrismedia.com.
By Christine Volker Twice a week during the school year, the Richmond Public Library offers free homework assistance to students in grades K – 6. Over two hundred children have benefited from the program this year. We sat down with Christina Nypaver, Children’s Librarian, to find out more. For how many years has the LibraryContinue reading “Homework Help”
by Angela Cox Teen Librarian, Angela Cox, interviewed Justin Rodriguez, a Richmond teenager and member of the Richmond Youth Council. Here’s a summary of his comments: Justin noted that many young people perform research for school remotely. He feels that personal contact with library staff is important because through that dialog, students can be introducedContinue reading “Interview with Richmond Teenager Justin Rodriguez”
by Christine Volker We reached out to community residents and our members about their perspectives on libraries and the Friends. For many, libraries evoke childhood memories – and sometimes a hint of romance. Read on to hear about their experiences: “My fondness for libraries dates back to when I was a child. When I wouldContinue reading “The Role of Libraries”