Throughout the month of September, YALSA will be featuring a post every day on topics ranging from collaborating with teachers to truancy in the public library to keeping your library curriculum current–all topics impacted by the changing of the seasons when many of us start our year.

Whether you’re an aspiring librarian, working in a school or public library, or providing services to teens in some other setting, we all know that September means big changes for the young adults in our lives. Some of them are anxiously navigating their first few days of high school. Others are getting behind the wheel as upperclassmen and new drivers. Others are making the transition to college. Still more are entering the workforce, traveling around the world, and contemplating military service.

What does the first day of September mean to you? This month the YALSA blog will bring you success stories, tips, and resources for serving teens during this time of transformation–both for our teens, and for our libraries.

About mk Eagle

I'm the librarian at Holliston High School, a bit west of Boston. In my spare time I advise my school's yearbook and Gay Straight Alliance, write about food, and root for the Red Sox.

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