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I have been reading a lot about the White House initiative Educate to Innovate that aims to improve the STEM skills of American kids. What is the library doing to support this initiative?

The Educate to Innovate initiative is a commitment to provide students at every level with the skills they need to excel in the high-paid, highly-rewarding fields of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).  Thanks to a generous grant from The Dallas … Continue reading

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The Polk-Wisdom Branch Library is now open!

Polk-Wisdom Branch Library On Saturday, April 13th, the Polk-Wisdom Branch Library hosted a re-opening celebration. Many gathered to meet community leaders, listened to wonderful programs, and enjoyed the newly remodeled facility! Features: The newly remodeled Polk-Wisdom Branch offers: Pending LEED … Continue reading

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Children’s Events at Grauwyler Park

It was a SEUSSational day at Grauwyler Park Branch Library! Over 70 children and parents filled the children’s area on Saturday, March 2nd, to help celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday. During the birthday event, children had the opportunity to make fun … Continue reading

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Library Web Wednesday: Holiday Books

Looking for some fun children’s holiday books?  Check out NoveList K-8 Plus!  With NoveList K-8 Plus, you can search and find the perfect book for the holiday season!  NoveList K-8 Plus also offers an easy-to use interface for young readers, … Continue reading

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Free Jeans at Grauwyler Park Branch Library

“I scream, you scream, we all scream for free jeans!” That was the theme during the free jeans event hosted at Grauwyler Park Branch Library.  Juega Conmigo, a bilingual child development program, presented a Back-to-School event for all parents and … Continue reading

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