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Using the Library After School

A guide for middle schoolers and their parents

Middle schoolers and parents, The Tenley-Friendship Library offers after-school programs, homework help, books, computers with Internet and online databases to help make your school year a success. This is the time of year when we receive questions from middle students and their parents about using the library after school. We’ve prepared responses to some of our frequently asked questions.

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Back to School Health and Fitness Program

Thank You for Participating!

A hearty thanks to the Capitol View and Marshall Heights communities for their participation in our Third Annual Back-to-School Health and Fitness Program. On Thursday,  Aug. 20, 131 children, youth, teens and adults turned out for the exciting four-hour event. In addition to receiving school supplies that included 125 backpacks, kids and teens enjoyed hip-hop music, face painting, double dutch jump rope and plenty of hot dogs, chips, cookies and soft drinks.

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Third Annual Bellevue Back-to-School Bash

Kick off a successful school year!

Join us for a FREE celebration, hosted by Bellevue Neighborhood Library and Community of Hope, for the whole family to help kick off a successful school year with backpack and school supply giveaways! The event will also include : Live music Face painting Local book authors Vendors and information tables Raffle prizes Carnival snacks and more Nearby Metro Stations: Anacostia and Congress Heights Bus Lines: A2, A4, and A8  

Children of Imprisoned Parents International

Workshop: Parental Incarceration and Children’s Misbehavior

Tuesday, Aug. 11, 6:30 p.m.

Children Under the Arms of Community is a workshop for successful family functioning & parenting among families with a parent in prison. In this workshop, you will learn about: Effective Parenting Responsibility and Discipline Better Family Relationship Redirecting Misbehavior Co-Parenting  All are invited: parents, caregivers and educators.  

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