KIDS & TEENS WINTER READING CHALLENGE
Friday, Nov. 20 – Monday, Jan. 4
Holiday Bingo Card for this year’s Winter Reading Challenge! We have bingo cards for students in elementary school and teens. Complete your card and bring it back to Vail Public Library to win prizes such as books, gift cards and sweets.
The reader who spends the most minutes on task will be awarded an Amazon Fire HD8 reader.
This year’s Winter Reading Challenge will begin on
Friday, Nov. 20, and end on Monday, Jan. 4.
VIRTUAL MIDDLE SCHOOL BOOK CLUB
MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID
When our world changes quickly and suddenly because of things like COVID-19, it is common to experience changes in our thoughts, feelings and behaviors. Feelings of anxiety, fear or worry are typical in stressful situations.
The award-winning Teen Health & Wellness provides middle and high school students with up-to-date, nonjudgmental, straightforward curricular, and self-help support. Topics covered include diseases, drugs, alcohol, nutrition, mental health, suicide, bullying, LGBTQ+ issues and more.
FINANCIAL PATH TO GRADUATION
The tool helps students with financial aid offers decide whether to enroll in a specific school and how to pay for it, using data and guidelines. This page explains where and how we got those numbers and guidelines.
Looking for an opportunity for leadership?
Mountain Youth’s work ensures Eagle County youth remain a priority; striving to be a community where young people are equipped with skills that support healthy bodies, healthy minds and improved decision making and leadership skills to guide their lives. We are a nimble organization focused on creating a better Eagle County for all — giving youth a voice in our community.
YALSA’S TEENS’ TOP TEN
The Teens’ Top Ten is a “teen choice” list, where teens nominate and choose their favorite books of the previous year!
LITTLE FREE LIBRARY PROJECT
Over the summer, our Teen Reading Group built five little free libraries! Have a book? Leave a book! Want a book? Take a book! Always free, the little free libraries are the “town square” of a community and thanks to our amazing teens, Vail has five.