LYNN — When a friend asked Meegan Robertson two years ago if she wanted to hang out at the library, the Classical High School student quickly dismissed the suggestion as uncool and anti-social — but that was before Robertson discovered Quaranteen.
Tucked into one of the North Common Street library’s side rooms, the teen-run program is packed with high-technology toys and learning tools that attract at least 15 students who hang out eight to 10 hours a week in Quaranteen.
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