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Davis Branch Library Offers After-School Program for Grades 4-7

Davis Branch Library Offers After-School Program for Grades 4-7

Pssst—kids!  Have you heard of The Spot?  If you are into gaming, crafting, movies or just chilling with your friends, The Spot is THE place to go after school.  Come to the Mary L. Stephens Davis Branch Library, located at 315 E. 14th Street in Davis, to find out what everyone is talking about! 

The Spot is a free after-school program for those in grades 4-7 to take part in fun, supervised activities, such as arts and crafts, video games, movies, outdoor activities, Minute-To-Win-It competitions, board games, STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) activities and homework help.  Kids are welcome to visit The Spot as follows:

Job Search Help Available

Job Search Help Available

Looking for a good job?  Need help with your resume?  Stop by Yolo County’s Davis Branch Library One-Stop Career Center for help.

Career counselors will offer assistance with finding a job, creating a resume and getting ready for an interview.  From making your voicemail professional to updating your social profiles and connecting with your network, this One-Stop Career Center can help.  

The center also provides eligibility services by appointment for CalFresh, CalWORKs, Medi-Cal and other public assistance programs.  To make an appointment for eligibility services, call (530) 312-5860

The Davis Branch Library One-Stop Career Center is free, open to the public and located in the Mary L Stephens Davis Branch Library at 315 E. 14th Street in Davis.  Hours of operations are Tuesdays and Thursday 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and Wednesdays 2:00 to 6:00 p.m.  Drop-ins are welcome.

Elementary School Science Project Help Day March 9

Elementary School Science Project Help Day March 9

Yolo County’s Mary L. Stephens Davis Branch Library, located at 315 East 14th Street in Davis, welcomes elementary age students to the Science Project Help Day on Monday, March 9, 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., in the Children's Activity Room.

Graduate students from the UC Davis Science Collective will guide students through the science project path.  From explaining the scientific method, to developing a question, to finding information sources to support an experiment; these science-passionate graduate students will help elementary age students kick-start their science project.  They will even show off an exciting experiment or two!

“Join us for an evening of science fun while we help kids get excited about science!” said Dustin Heeney, UC Davis graduate student.

WHS annual art show Dec. 17

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Essay contest announced as part of 227th year of U.S. Constitution

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The Most Important School Supply of All

The Most Important School Supply of All

September is Library Card Sign-Up month – a time when the American Library Association and libraries across the country remind parents that a library card is the most important school supply of all.  To encourage the youngest residents of Yolo County to become life-long learners and library users, the Yolo County Library has partnered with First 5 Yolo to offer free “keeper” books to all children, ages 0 to 5, who either use their existing library card or sign up for one during the month of September.                             

Davis Enterprise: Yolo Board of Education unanimously rejects proposed raise for superintendent

Davis Enterprise: Yolo Board of Education unanimously rejects proposed raise for superintendent

The following is the introduction to the Davis Enterprise article named "Yolo Board of Education unanimously rejects proposed raise for superintendent" by Jeff Hudson. Follow the link to read the entire article.

After hearing another hour of public comment sternly criticizing a proposed pay increase for Yolo County Superintendent Jorge Ayala, the Yolo County Board of Education voted unanimously on Wednesday to keep Ayala’s salary at its current level ($165,776), rather than give him a raise or a one-time bonus as he prepares to retire at year’s end.
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