Events and programs have been cancelled through April 25, 2020, reflecting Gov. Evers' Safer at Home order.
grades 6-12 / ages 12-17
Late Night @ the library
Friday, January 24 from 7-10 PM
Friday, March 20 from 7-10 PM
You pick the activities at this after-hours evening at the library with computers, video games, snacks, and hanging out. Permission slips are required and may be picked up at the Teen Desk at the beginning of each month.
Teens are also welcome at many events for kids and adults. Please ask staff if you have any questions.
We have tons of activities happening over Spring Break! Click the link to learn more.
Books and More
Our large fiction collection includes old favorites and the newest and most popular books. We have a selection of non-fiction, as well as audio books, magazines, graphic novels and manga.
We have board games and more for in-library use, including a chess set.
Six computers with headphones are available for use by teens in grades 6-12. Computer use is limited to one hour per day for each patron. Use your library card to sign in, or ask at the desk for a temporary pass. The Monroe Public Library does not filter internet access, and cannot guarantee supervision of internet use. Parents & guardians should discuss safe and appropriate internet use with their children. Please see our full Policy on Computers & Internet Use for more information.
Students ages 13 and older may have unlimited time at the library as long as their behavior is not disruptive. Please see our full Policy on Unattended Children and Policy on Appropriate Library Behavior for more information.
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PARENTS: Sixth grade is the milepost we use for participation in teen events. However, homeschooled kids and others who may not fall into traditional school divisions are always welcome. If you are unsure if a program is appropriate for your child, please consult the Youth Services staff.