Yes, of course we opportunities @ Your library, but there are other opportunities as well.
There are bunches of opportunities here through the city of Fremont. I think the internship at the Patterson House looks interesting.
And there is a very new opportunity at Tri-Cities Youth Court; if you have any interest in law it could be fascinating.
Well the CDC has been useful in the past — not only are they useful if a disease breaks out , but they have helpful information if there is a hurricane, tornado or Zombie Apocalypse .
but if you wish to be more practical , May I suggest The Zombie Survival Guide?
Ten Fremont students have earned Merit Scholarships ! Here is the Argus article
and the list:
Two Irvington High students: Jinelle Fields for Scripps College in Claremont, and Divya Gowthaman for the University of Southern California.
Three Mission San Jose High students: Akhil Sundar for Washington University in St. Louis, Douglas Wilson for the University of Oklahoma and Joy Xu for the University of Southern California.
Two American High students: Albert Sung for the University of Southern California and Puneet Thiara for Northwestern University.
Three Fremont students attending the Harker School in San Jose: Samir Asthana and Victoria Liang for the University of Southern California, and Roshni Bhatnagar at Northwestern University.
Good Job everyone! Have some fun this summer before you head off to school!
I love Maker Fair. That link is just a list of some of the stuff you couldhave done. and doesn’t include all you could have seen . I find the change of season is a good time to start new project and explore new ideas. Now you can find books on crafts, science, green ideas at the library – but there is so much information here. You could look at Make Magazine or Craft . Or you could go here and try one of the library ‘s new on-line classes. . I know I said class, and I am talking about summer . But they are go-at -your-own-pace and some of these are fun things.
I know we aren’t there yet – but have a great summer exploring new ideas, just because you can
May 26th 4:00-5:00 pm
Risha Krishna is a Fremont resident and teaches Social Studies at Mission San Jose High School.
The Curry Club is a coming of age novel full of 80s pop culture references. It is humorous and presents a story of two girls, one Latina and the other Indian, growing up in Southern California.
May 31st 7:oo- 8:30pm
Finding the College that Fits
Learn how to focus on finding a good fit in your college search process. Topics include: the elements of fit-academic, social, and financial; developing your own college criteria; resources for finding new colleges to consider; keeping an open mind and making trade-offs; and timelines.
A free workshop presented by Vicki O’ Day founder of Willows College Consulting, and a member of the National Associationfor College Admission Counseling (NACAC), the Western Association for College Admission Counseling (WACAC), and the Higher Education Consultants Association (HECA).
Call the Fremont Information Desk 745-1430 or email Beth : firstname.lastname@example.org
How many guessed this would be this weeks trailer ? Since I could watch Johnny Depp read the phone book , Here it is:
and here is a list of the dvds we have with Johnny Depp. I had no idea he did a voice over part in Spongebob Squarepants.