Come by and match the teacher with his/her favorite book. Every entry gets a chance to win the BIG CONTAINER OF CANDY!!
A thank you to the classes who came into the library. We had English, social studies, and German students.
283 books were checked out between October 1st – 8th. Readers do better in all subjects including science, math, history and civics … so come in and let us help you find a book to read!
– averaging roughly 86 students during morning crowd
– 298 books checked out for the week
– Jackson and Sessions brought classes to check out books
– Hispanic Heritage Month display created at front of library
– Banned Books Week display created at front of library
– order of books in Spanish sent out
– lesson plans for next week; DISCUS , Banned Books Week presentation
– new book promotion to classes
– fixing Spanish language labels on books so the labels ONLY identify books written in Spanish
– making art using paper plates and yarn
– shifted picture books to a larger location
– hosted district media specialists for PD
In the past, if someone wanted to look for a fantasy, horror, or other type of book, he would have to walk up and down the shelves looking for small stickers. We asked, you voted, and we made it happen … the fiction starts with genres! In order from closest to the office to farthest away, you can find horror, romance, fantasy, science fiction, and sports. The rest of the fiction comes after that. Each genre has its on colorful, see-through sticker on the call number on the spine. For example, all of the sports books have a yellow sticker.
We hope this makes it easier for you to find the books you want to read!
Students from Mrs. Thomas’s English classes visited the library in search of true love. There were a couple of broken hearts but overall students found an interesting title to take home. You can see the romance blooming in the video below …
Come check out our new display for new books. We used pages from weeded books for the background on the bulletin board. Do you have a craft idea for weeded books? Let us know!