The number of children in homeschooling has been steadily increasing nationwide, so it makes sense there would be a strong homeschool presence in Niles. That became all the more clear March 4 when 13 homeschooling mothers and their 22 student-children visited the Niles Public Library to learn about the full range of supportive resources it provides.
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If you’re like me and tend to leave assignments to the very end, then you may have some last minute summer reading to do! Be sure to check out our high school summer reading lists.
If you don’t see the title you need on the list, then try searching our catalog.
Also, if you’re in middle or junior high school then be sure to check out the Rebecca Caudill nominees; you’ve got a bit more time to read them.
Many of you will be required to read at least one book (maybe more) over the summer. Before you go out and buy those books, you may want to try the library. We’ve got local public and private schools’ summer reading lists, and can help you locate the books. Search our catalog now.