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Prosser, WA  99350
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September 21, 2016
Off the Shelf: Library News

Off the Shelf: Library News

Off the Shelf: Library News

We have two programs for kids 6-12 this week, a Soccer Clinic today at 2 pm at Prosser City Park and LEGO Club at 3 p.m. this Friday. They're the perfect activities to fill in the "Explore" and "Create" activities in the Summer Reading Challenge! Turn in your form any time to claim your prize - a book for kids and teens or a bookbag for adults.

We have two programs for kids 6-12 this week, a Soccer Clinic today at 2 pm at Prosser City Park and LEGO Club at 3 p.m. this Friday. They're the perfect activities to fill in the "Explore" and "Create" activities in the Summer Reading Challenge! Turn in your form any time to claim your prize - a book for kids and teens or a bookbag for adults.

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School                                         September 7, 2016
Off the Shelf: Library News

Off the Shelf: Library News

We have two programs for kids 6-12 this week, a Soccer Clinic today at 2 pm at Prosser City Park and LEGO Club at 3 p.m. this Friday. They're the perfect activities to fill in the "Explore" and "Create" activities in the Summer Reading Challenge! Turn in your form any time to claim your prize - a book for kids and teens or a bookbag for adults.

On Sept. 7, Ms. Kolleen's preschool and baby storytimes will return to the Prosser library every Wednesday and Friday at 11 am! Come check out the new stories and songs we have for your little ones. We also have a Paw Patrol themed preschool hour coming up  on Sept. 12 from 4 to 5 pm.

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STEM Taking Schools by Storm

An increased focus on STEM education is one of the most influential initiatives to reach schools in recent years. STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. The world has become increasingly complex and competitive, and today's youth need to be equipped with the knowledge and skills to evaluate ideas and turn them into productive applications. These are two of the key hallmarks of STEM.

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Start of School Means Limits on Work Hours for Teens

Tumwater The start of school signals changes to work hours and requirements for teens. Employers have a Sept. 30 deadline to renew and have on file permission from parents and schools for teens to work during the school year.
"Parents, schools, teens, and employers all play an important role in determining work hours and duties for youth," said Josie Bryan, child labor specialist with theWashington State Department of Labor & Industries(L&I).
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Washington's ACT Results Continue to Rise

Olympia - For the 13th straight year, Washington students scored above the national average on the ACT exam, according to results released today.
Washington's average composite score for the graduating class of 2016 was 23.1. The number includes both public and private school students.