What is TAB?
The Teen Advisory Board is a group of middle and high school students who meet every month to plan and promote exciting teen programs at the DeSoto Public Library. They are committed to encouraging teen recreational reading, promoting teen literacy, and participating in community service projects.
Do you have a great idea for a teen program? Would you like to recommend books, movies, or other library materials? Would you like to meet new people? Then join TAB.
TAB has created a teen space at the library created just for you. The Spot - 'where style meets creativity'
For more information, please call
Marq Runnels at 972.230.9663.
Click here to apply for the Teen Council.
Saturday, March 15, 2014
3:00 - 4:30 pm
Here's what we'll be working on. Come and join us!
UPCOMING TEEN EVENTS
Click on flyers to view them!
We celebrated 'Love Your Library Month' by helping to make sure that our library stays in tip-top shape, by straightening books on library shelves and putting them back in order. We were a great help to the library staff.
Our Christmas Toy Drive was a success. We want to thank everyone who donated a toy and supported us. With your help, we collected 42 toys for the Santa's Helpers program.
The Manager at Desoto's Tom Thumb was very grateful.
We've been busy 'Making Our Summer Count!'
Check out all the things we've accomplished!
Some of us received summer jobs at the DPL Teen Empowerment Summit.
We read with our Book Buddies. We made duct tape ties and wallets.
We helped our Book Buddies to write their own stories. We took a t-shirt print screening class.
We learned about careers at the Art Institute. We learned how to manage our finances with City Credit Union.
Thanks Mr. Newkirk, we really needed that!
We performed picture book skits for children. I won an IPod for volunteering.
We learned how to communicate We participated in a Teen Talk Forum with City leaders.
I won Beats by Dre for volunteering. Former TAB Members helped out during their summer break.
We did mock interviews and created resumes.
Whew! That's a lot, but we were determined not to waste our summer. We made it count!