Young Adults Programming

 


Mouse.orgMouse.org is a STEM website that empowers students to “engage with computer science and creative technology to solve real problems and make meaningful changes in our world” through an online platform.
Butler Middle School Students! Interested in trying a Do-It-Yourself technology project? The Butler Public Library has been given FREE access to a variety of online projects and courses created by mouse.org; available until May 2021. Keep reading to learn about some of the DIY projects available (To start any project, please have your parent send an email to luis.rodriguez@butlerlibrary.org) Click here for a list of projects to complete.

Teen Book Cloud: The growing collection features over 1,000 titles for teens in grades 7 – 12, including student-favorite Graphic Novels, enhanced e-books with full audio narration and highlighted text, classic literature, National Geographic, and more.

 


Testing & Education Reference Center
TERC  Important Information
Access to Testing & Education Reference Center is available within the library and remote access is permitted to patrons of the subscribing library with their login credentials. Such remote access is limited to non-commercial purposes. Remote access from a non-subscribing location or institution is not permitted. If your institution subscribes to Testing & Education Reference Center, you may be able to access the product by entering your credentials.


ON HOLD FOR NOW:  CONTACT MS. ARLENE

Volunteer at the Library: Community Service Hours: call 973-838-3262 for more information.
Children’s Services Volunteer Application: (PDF) Fill in both sides completely, and bring directly to Ms. Lisa or Ms. Arlene on Mondays, Tuesdays, or Thursdays.  If there is a volunteer opportunity in the Library we will call you.  Thank you so much for thinking of the Butler Library.

We welcome student volunteers for the Summer Reading Program. Contact Ms. Arlene in April through June each year for this opportunity.