Tween & Teen Programs
Please click on the program to view the full description and view registration information.
Tween/Teen Subscription Boxes!!
What is it?
Books, snacks, crafts in a box, handpicked especially for you!
Interested patrons can fill out the questions on the back of one of our cards & drop it at the library ATTN Ms. K. or use our Google form at https://bit.ly/aplsubbox
Return the books and keep the rest. THINK GREEN: return the box with your comment card to get a sweet treat!
Tell Ms. Katherine when you’re ready for more.
Planning for the Future
LearningExpress College Library – AP, ASVAB, ACT & SAT test prep, career guidance, and more!
LearningExpress Advanced Placement – Full-text journals and magazines for high school students enrolled in various Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) courses.
Let Aram Public Library help you get behind the wheel!
Thanks to a partnership with Driving-Tests.org, Aram Public Library is proud to offer free online test prep for students preparing for their Wisconsin driving tests! Visit our exclusive website, where you can choose from several different permit tests. No library card number or personal information is needed! This resource is also great for anyone looking to brush up on their knowledge of Wisconsin’s traffic laws or interested in getting their motorcycle license. A helpful FAQ section addresses questions residents might have about visiting their local DMV.
I Drive Safely
I Drive Safely is an online driver’s education and traffic school. This learning center service is absolutely FREE. It provides teens with many different informational articles and tips for automobile issues and state-specific laws. The mission at I Drive Safely is to provide reliable driver’s education training for new drivers and to install safe driving habits in teens. The self-paced courses allow students to complete the courses at their own convenience and from the comfort of their own homes. Click Wisconsin Safe Driving – Learning Center for more information and to get started.
Please Note: Interpreters are available for all programs upon request.
Please notify the library at least 3 days in advance of the program date.
Looking for volunteer or community service hours? Why not volunteer at the library! If you’re interested, stop by the Children’s Desk for more information and an application. (Please note, volunteers must be entering the 7th grade or older.)