TEEN-LINK was developed as a means for educators and other professionals, parents, teachers, youth and anyone working with adolescents or interested in adolescent development to obtain quick access to variety of resources, both academic and practical, addressing teen issues. Use the database to learn more about an issue or answer questions, to provide guidance in negotiating issues, or to help guide program development. Abstracts are included with most of the materials.
Adolescence Directory On-Line contains links to articles that focus on the social and emotional growth and development needs of adolescents. The “Teens Only!” section showcases fiction and nonfiction written by and for teens.
Bradford Teen Association
Open to any 7th or 8th grade student who would be interested in meeting with an adult mentor once a week for about an hour. Explore hobbies, get help with homework, attend events (movies, plays, mini-golf, museums) or just chat and get a bite to eat. For more information contact Kathy Garone in the OHS guidance office.
MiddleWeb provides a wealth of resources for schools, districts, educators, parents, and public school advocates working to raise achievement for all students in the middle grades.
Sites for Adolescent Readers
ReadWriteThink: Student Materials offers students an array of graphic organizers combined with technology to help develop their literacy skills.
National Youth Violence Prevention Resource Center offers a wealth of resources from their Web site.
National Middle School Association
NMSA is dedicated to improving the educational experiences of young adolescents by providing vision, knowledge, and resources to all who serve them in order to develop healthy, productive, and ethical citizens.
New England League of Middle Schools
NELMS website offers a wide array of resources including links for parents.
Parenting Links | Parenting Adolescents | Parenting Exceptional Children
Parenting in a Digital World | Parent Involvement in Schools
Parenting Adolescents | Safety and Wellness | Helping Your Child Achieve
Advice for Parents
Great sites for math help!