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Celebrate National Craft Month with CreativeBug!

March 7, 2023
SCCLD Student Portal

March is National Craft Month and it’s time to get creative! Whether you are a fan of fiber arts, paper crafts or baking, you can find all of these and more on Creativebug. Enjoy unlimited access to over 1,000 online art and craft classes. Topics include art & design, sewing, … Read more

George Washington: First of Forty-Six

February 17, 2023
George Washington

George Washington was born February 22, 1732, and inaugurated as the first president of the United States of America in 1789 at the age of 57.

Black History, Black Voices on ComicsPlus

February 9, 2023

Enjoy thousands of popular comics, available 24/7 on your computer or in the app. Discover fiction and nonfiction graphic novels, comics, Sunday funnies, manga, and more. Browse popular titles and publishers, and explore dozens of genres in ComicsPlus. No holds or wait times!  February is Black History Month which is … Read more

Music From Round the World

January 4, 2023

A lot of a country’s culture can be heard in its music. Poetry, songs, and instruments combine to create sound and music which are unique to a cultural group.

Watch the Nutcracker, a Holiday Classic Opera

December 8, 2022 offers access to the best of classical music. Stream concerts, operas, ballets, documentaries, and master classes live & on demand with some of the most prestigious concert halls, opera houses and festivals around the world. Includes performance synopses, cast information, composer details, and more. All content is available for … Read more

Holiday Crafts with Creativebug

December 1, 2022

Creativebug is a great source for Do-It-Yourself arts and crafts projects, and December is a great time of year to get craftsy! Discover hundreds of video tutorials and classes, and learn how to make ornaments and holiday cards, knit festive socks and scarves, sew a winter table runner, and much more.

Discover Native American Cultures This November

November 10, 2022

Search for the local Native American tribes like the Ohlone or Muwekma people who originally lived on the lands that you may occupy. In addition, you can learn about Joy Harjo, the first Native American Poet Laureate of the United States who is a member of the Muscogee Creek Nation.  … Read more

Ready to Go to College? Double Check With Peterson’s Career Prep!

September 15, 2022

The search for the right college may leave you with more questions and not a lot of answers. Visiting each college that you are interested in is hard for everyone and usually not possible. If taking standardized tests, choosing a college, or planning your career feels overwhelming, Gale Presents: Peterson’s … Read more