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Students from Monroe's public schools can use this link to access the programs and work you have saved on ClassLink.
Simple explanations of chemistry principles suitable for students or anyone looking for basic chemistry information.
This site is a directory to websites on many dfferent topics, as well as online reference materials such as dictionnaries and encyclopedias.
Guides (Trinity College)
Offers correct citation examples for a wide variety of sources in every style.
Creates a citation for you when you fill your information into a form.
Fill your resource information into a form and get a citation back in any style.
Printable maps from National Geographic's online atlas.
This online version of the National Atlas of the United States provides prinatable and interactive maps about America's people, history and rsources.
Guide to U.S. Government
Information about our government provided by the U.S. Government Printing Office.
World Fact Book
Select a country and find information on its geography, population, government, economy, and more provided by the Central intelligence Agency.
of Congress Country Studies
This presents a description and analysis of the historical setting and the social, economic, political, and national security systems and institutions of countries throughout the world.
An interactive periodic table of the elements.
This search engine, which used to be known as Ask Jeeves, is an alternative to Google.
Wheeler Memorial Library catalog
Search our library's catalog to find books, CDs, DVDs and videos.
Book Award Nominees
Find summaries on the books Connecticut teens can read and vote for as their favorite book.
in Print Fiction Connection
This resource will help you find books from authors who write like your favorite author or books from the same genre you like.
Reviews of graphic novels for teens.
Poetry Resources for
This website provides poetry apps, discussion forums, links, poems, and opportunities to get involved in grassroots projects. The site's "Writing Help" section offers many resources for poets-in-the-making.
Read published poems from other teens and submit your own for possible publication on this online version of this national teen magazine.
Select Read Alikes from Nancy Keane's wiki to find the names of books similar to ones you have read and enjoyed.
Get information about the newest teen books coming out from publisher HarperCollins from this site.
of Labor Statistics
Explore the career oppurtunities available to you based on what you like to do.
The Connecticut Department of Labor provides information on about 150 occupations in the State with narrative descriptions, number employed, job openings, salary information, training required and education and training sites.
A directory of several career related websites compiled by U.S. Federal Citizen Information Center.
Math and science related career information and websites can be found on this site which is sponsored in part by the National Science Foundation.
Alliance for Young Artists and Writers
An organization which promotes the creative development of young artists and writers through events, publications and activities.
A good place to go for help in creating your first resume.
Everything from career information and scholarships to resume writing and interview techniques from the CT Department of Labor.
to the World of Work for Young Adults
Tips for interviewing, filling out job applications, resumes & cover letters, laws for young workers, and more.
PSAT and SAT information along with information on finding and applying to college.
Student Loan Foundation
A non-profit corporation that administers, guarantees, and finances student loans.
The New England Regional Student Program (RSP) which enables New England residents, who enroll in an approved major that is not offered by the public college of their own state, to enroll at out-of-state New England public colleges and universities at a discount.
A partnership between the Wall Street Journal and Unigo gives clear, this site provides candid information necessary to choose the right college, get in and make the most of the experience from Journal reporters, current college students and noted experts
High School Financial Planning
Get answers about personal finance questions on this site developed by teens through the National Endowment for Financial Education.
This site provides easy to understand information about teen health issues.
A resource to learn about mental health issues