SCPL Teens Invade!

Thank you to the awesome Spartanburg County Public Library teen crew who stopped by during lunches today. They ran an awesome guess the book (shredded paper in a jar) contest and brought a MaKey MaKey.

jan 22 scpl trying to guess book jan 22 scpl crowd at table

Weather Fairies and Weather Frogs

In Germany, weather women are called Weather Fairies and the men are called Frogs.  (The things you learn working in a library!)  For a few days this week, students from German class talked about the weather in different countries (in German of course), and we helped them use the green screen to make their reports more interesting.  Below are a couple of pictures of some of the students hamming it up and a great video of some preliminary takes of a Weather Frog.

Shy Guys
weather fairy

We Have an Intern

Please welcome Kellie Smith who will be starting this Tuesday interning in the library in order to earn her MLIS degree.  Kellie is a graduate of Clemson University and is currently working on her MLIS degree from the University of South Carolina. She is the Media Assistant at Chapman High School in Inman, SC.  She is also the Football and Basketball Cheerleading coach at Chapman. In her free time, she enjoys reading science fiction, taking road trips, running, and attending conventions.


New Books and If You Like ….

Swing by and check out the new books sitting near the fireplace in the library media center.
jan 5 read by the fire

While you are here, also check out the If You Like …. books on display. If you like Fault in Our Stars or Naruto, you will love what you see!

jan 6 if you like fault jan 6 if you like naruto

Hour of Code

We celebrated Hour of Code the entire day in the SHS Library. Dr. Dawkins’s students presented and explained their Scratch projects to parents and district office personnel. In the video, you can watch parents and Dr. Booker trying out games the students created. While this was taking place, Mr. Babcock introduced students to and the different coding possibilities there. During lunch, Mr. Lipp, an electronics and robotics instructor from Daniel Morgan Technology Center, set up electronics and robots and explained how they worked. You can see Mr. Babcock talking with a robot in the video below!


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