The Youth Services staff are dedicated to supporting teachers and students with innovative outreach programming and materials for curriculum enhancement. We’re available to supplement your classroom instruction or find ways to engage students in the library. Learn more about our services below or contact us for more information at 847-392-0100 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Video tutorials for Educator Library Cards
Youth services staff members have been curating a Wakelet profile since the beginning of the pandemic that we hope that all at-home learners will find useful. You can find our learning resource collections, as well as a backlog of our virtual programs and activities to try. Explore at wakelet.com/@YouthservicesAHML
Year round reading programs on Beanstack!
Reading programs are not just for the summer when you read with the Arlington Heights Memorial Library! Now including a new program for grades K-3! Participate anytime, anywhere using Beanstack. Log on to ahml.beanstack.org, or download the app from the App Store or Google Play. Your age will determine what program
We’ll send out a collection of items on a theme or subject, including books, media, magazines, and a guide to any relevant digital resources. We also have several book discussion sets when you need multiple copies of a title.
Preschool bags are delivered to schools on Thursdays by the AHML van.
District 25 bags are delivered to the schools every Wednesday by the District 25 van.
Districts 21, 59 and private school bags are delivered to the schools on Wednesdays by the AHML van.
District 214 bags are delivered daily by the District 214 van.
Schedule a Visit
For the 2021-2022 school year, we are available for in-person visits, if current masking and social distancing guidelines will be followed indoors, or if the visit can be held outside. We are also available for virtual visits over any preferred platform. This is subject to change at our discretion.
Visits to the library are tailored to your needs. You can jump-start a research project or genre study with expert guidance from our staff, take a tour of our space, or just enjoy a storytime, puppet show, and time to play.
Or let library staff bring all the resources of the library to you! We can provide book talks, storytimes, storytelling, database demonstrations and much more. You can also request a visit from the bookmobile, schedule permitting. Library staff are also available for parent/teacher nights, literacy nights, STEM nights and other special events.
Schools We Serve
We serve all preschools, elementary, middle and high schools located in Arlington Heights or where Arlington Heights students make up at least 45% of the student body.
Public School District 25 - All Schools
Public School District 59
Juliette Low School
Resources for Teachers
Resources for teachers, administrators, and parents from the George Lucas Educational Foundation.
Education research. The ERIC website may have more recent sources.
Online tool offering unlimited access to award-winning activities and printable skills sheets, lesson plans, clip art, games, and other resources for teaching kids grades Pre-K to 8.