Library Squad is a community of library-loving middle schoolers that meets monthly, and whose opinions, ideas, and help form the foundation of our programming. Library Squad meets after school on the first Friday of each month from 2:45 – 3:45 at the library.
The purpose of Library Squad is to talk about and share ideas. Librarians come to every meeting with a list of things to ask members about. Members answer questions about what’s going on in the schools and about current trends. They share what they and their peers are reading. They recommend reading program prizes and what snacks to offer and help vet activities for upcoming programs. When we have a program idea we’re uncertain about, we might run it by them. (Nobody should be afraid to say so when it sounds lame!) Members offer their ideas and opinions, help us make things happen at the library, and most of all have fun! To be an active member of the Library Squad, we ask that you commit to attending at least 3 monthly meetings.