Take a break from studying for high school finals and come pet a certified therapy dog to unwind. K-9 Reading Buddies works with various libraries, hospitals, and other facilities on the North Shore to provide a calming presence for those under stress. Drop in for a 10-minute session.
What Does Test Optional Really Mean? A Guide for Students and Parents
Tom Jaworski of Quest College Consulting talks about what it means to be test optional versus taking traditional standardized tests like the ACT and SAT to get into college. For students and parents. Limit 40.
Register by 9 PM on the Friday program date to receive a practice ACT or SAT test the following Saturday via email to take at home and return to College Nannies + Tutors of Glenview. Professional tutors review your test and send you your score. Please provide student name, phone, and email, and choose either ACT or SAT. Limit 20.
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Paint and decorate a ceramic snowflake mug, snowman figure, or pizza plate courtesy of Color Me Mine. When notified (5-7 days later), pick up your finished product at Color Me Mine, 1855 Tower Drive. All materials provided. Register by November 30. Limit 10.
Teen Service Project: Shelter Pet Blankets & Snuffle Mats
Have fun and make a difference by creating no-sew fleece blankets and snuffle mats for a local animal shelter. Service hour credit will be awarded. Limit 10.
EARN SERVICE HOURS
On a Positive Note…
Calling all high school teens! Earn service hours and keep your community connected by sending a positive, caring note to an older adult, whether it be a family member, friend, neighbor, or someone living in a senior building/care facility in Glenview. Get more information including how to earn service credit and a list of facilities accepting notes.
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