Teens

Stop by and see us when you are not busy doing homework, working, being grounded, etc…

Shelton High Students – Volunteer Hours

We regret to tell you that there are no more available volunteer shifts before May 1st.

Those seeking hours before May 1st can go to a list of pre-approved places to do their volunteering. This list is available in print at the library and here.

If you need hours in May or later, and you have volunteered with us before, please come in or call us at (203) 924-9461. If you seek hours from the library in May or later and have not volunteered for us, you will need to attend an orientation; our next orientation is Saturday May 13 from 10am to 12pm at Plumb Library.
You can also get your hours by contacting the Shelton Trails Committee – they sponsor work parties the second and fourth Saturday of each month. Call the Plumb Library at 203-924-9461 if you have any questions.

Teen Volunteer Orientation

At the Plumb Memorial Library on Saturday, May 13, 10am-12pm.  Teens – need community service hours? Teens who wish to volunteer in the Children’s Department must complete an orientation session; anyone who has already attended an orientation session need not attend another. Bonus – the orientation session counts as two volunteer hours! Contact Adam for details at 203-924-9461.

Picture Us!

Shelton Public Schools’ new program, Word of the Week, is designed to help Shelton students build their vocabulary.  Students go out into the community to find the Word of the Week posted at various participating companies and organizations, and take a picture of themselves with the word which is posted there.  Plumb Library and Huntington Branch Library are proud to support our students by participating in this initiative.  See how your company or organization can participate here.

Life Is Art

At the Plumb Memorial Library Thursdays at 6:00 PM. Tweens and teens, ages 10 and up, learn new techniques and express their inner artist with fun and different creative projects each week during this drop-in program.

Free program for student drivers

The Shelton Library System is pleased to announce a new database where student drivers can practice answering sample questions for their driver's test.  Look for the green banner in our database list or click here to try it out!