Two things

One, the Class of 2k7 website is nice, new, and pretty. Don’t know what the Class of 2k7 is? It’s a group of authors whose debut novels will be coming out next year, and they’re banding together to cross-promote and do local appearances together. Tiffany Trent, author of In the Serpent’s Coils, is a member of the Class of 2k7, so pop by and check it out.
The other thing. Here’s an idea.
If you’re in the Seattle area, you might celebrate Teen Read Week by volunteering at the library. I volunteer at the NewHolly branch for their Homework Help program, and though they’ve scheduled Homework Help for three evenings a week, they only have enough volunteers to staff one night. They need people who can help students of all ages, from elementary to high school, with a variety of the basic subjects (English, math, science, social studies). If you have 2 hours a week you can commit to helping these kids for the school year, contact the Volunteer Services Coordinator in the central branch of the Seattle Public Library and let her know. Even if you can only volunteer occasionally, they’re always in need of volunteers for events and other sporadic things.
If you’re not in the Seattle area, go see what you can do in your own community.