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Special Needs Resource Fair

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This fair is designed for you to meet with agencies and learn about the types of services available to students of all ages with all disabilities. The fair is open to all students, their parents/guardians, teachers, and counselors of any town or district. This is a great way to be informed of some of the services that may be beneficial to your child if he/she qualifies. Over 50 agencies will be attending. All are welcome to attend. No registration required.

 

 

Presentations Include:

  • Transitioning Out of High School with IEPs & 504s
  • Walter Mayer, Associate Director of Admissions and Development, New York Institute of Technology
  • SSI
  • Dr. James Puchta, Director of Benefits Advisement, Long Island Center for Independent Living
  • Special Education Process
  • Randy Young, Education Outreach Specialist, Long Island Parent Center
  • Supplemental Needs Trust
  • Russo Law Group
  • Could it Be ADHD?
  • Eleni Sfiroudis, CHADD

 

 

Reserve Our Museum Passes Online!

We have two types of passes:

Print on Demand Pass: Passes may be reserved up to two weeks in advance and can be printed from home or at the library. This pass will only be valid for the Date of Visit listed on the confirmation page.

Pick Up/Return Pass: Passes may be reserved online up to two weeks in advance and can be picked up at the Youth Services Desk. These passes MUST be returned one day after check out to avoid a fine. In order to not incur a fine, passes are due on the due date by 9PM. Starting November 1, passes may be returned in the AV Drop. Empty cases will be charged a late fee.

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Join Our 1000 Books Before Kindergarten Reading Program

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Registration is ongoing for families with children who have not yet started Kindergarten. For UFSD #22 residents only.

This program is designed to encourage reading together. Simply read with your young child and keep track of what you have read in your reading log. When you’ve reached fifty books, bring your reading log to the Children’s Desk for a small prize and a new log. We’ll have stickers, bookmarks, and a few surprises along the way to 1,000 books! 

 

 

Book a Librarian

Need one-on-one assistance? Whether it’s research, finding business, government, or health information, we can help!
To schedule an appointment please call Reference Librarian Stuart Schaeffer at 516-249-9090 ext. 203.

 

 

Tutor.com

This online tutoring service, connects students to tutors in an online classroom. Users can review and share previous sessions, prepare for a test or practice skills with practice quizzes, use the Princeton Review to prepare for your SAT or ACT and store assignments, class notes and projects while using Tutor.com. Users will be required to have a valid library card number. (For students in Gr. 4-12 & College.)

 

 

 

Notary Service

The library offers a free notary service for the benefit of the residents of our community. It is recommended that you call the library at 516-249-9090 first to check on availability. 

For hours, please call the Reference Desk at 516-249-9090.

Guidelines: notary

  • Do not sign your document in advance.
  • You must supply your own witness.
  • Photo ID required.
  • Document must be in English.