More Programs

Programs are open to grades 6 – 12, and are held in the Teen Library.
Need Homework help? is free for Westchester library cardholders.
No Fear Math Mondays – 2019
@ 4 – 5:(30)**
Teen Library

Former High School Math teacher will be on hand to answer any questions. This program follows the Mamaroneck School District schedule; if school is not in session, there will be no teacher.

Open to Middle & High school students.
** Must stop by between 4 – 5pm to receive tutoring services. 

Attention Teens: SYNC has released its free audiobook titles with a target audience of teens that will be available during the time period of April 25 – August 1.  For more information, click here.

Summer Reading 2019 Teen Video Challenge!
Create a Summer Reading Video using this year’s theme, A Universe of Stories
  • Open to all NY State teens, aged 13-18
  • 5 winners will receive $200 cash prize. Winning videos will be posted to the CSLP national website (Collaborative Summer Reading Library Program)
  • Include your interpretation of the 2019 CSLP slogan “A Universe of Stories” for the 2019 Summer Reading Program
  • Promote libraries and the fun of Summer Reading activities

Submissions accepted from June 1, 2019 – Aug. 2, 2019. Contact Ellen in the Teen Library (914) 630 – 5875 for further details.

Sign up for Summer Reading, and enter our Summer Reading Raffle contest!
Play the Mamaroneck Teen Summer Reading Bingo!
Math Help – Middle & High School
Mondays @ 4 – 5:30pm

Middle & High School Students
Free SAT/ACT Math Prep & Homework Help

Former High School Math teacher, Lynne Prior will be on hand to answer any questions every Monday in the Mamaroneck Teen Library on the lower level.

Homework Help follows the Mamaroneck School District schedule. If the schools are closed, there will be no Homework Help.

Call the Teen Library (914 – 630 – 5875) for further details.

Recommended Reads!


Speak with Ellen in the Teen Library Room.

Teen volunteer application form.

YALSA’s Teen Book Finder is a free app to help teens, parents, librarians and library staff, educators, and anyone else who loves YA literature access the past five years’ of YALSA’s awards and lists on their smartphone. Interested? Click here.