Teachers brought classes to sign up for a special library card. The card allows students to choose physical materials and have them delivered to our school. We will give the materials to the students. When a student is finished, he or she returns the materials back to us, and the courier picks up the materials to take back to the main branch.
Here are a few photos of the public library and the students who received the new card:
Spartanburg High School has been selected as a chapter in the nationwide Project LIT community. As the logo says, “It’s not just reading, it’s a movement”. There are more than 1,000 Project Lit chapters across more than forty-five states (along with a few international chapters). The Project LIT Community is a national, grass roots literacy movement, a team of educators and students who work together to
• Empower our students as readers, writers, and leaders
• Promote a love of reading in schools and communities
• Read, discuss, and celebrate books that make our students feel seen, heard,
affirmed, and valued
• Champion young people and books that reflect their lived realities, communities,
The Spartanburg High School librarians’ Project LIT program includes: two ninth grade teachers reading Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds, four book buckets filled with thirty different Project LIT title selections, an online bookclub reading titles together as well as independently while exploring cultural and thematic topics, and hosting community leaders and authors to extend the literacy discussion beyond the book and outside the classroom.
The library staff thanks Terry Pruitt and Vance Jones for funding this important initiative. Without their support, we would not have been able to participate in this amazing program.
– two teachers brought classes to research
– two teachers brought classes to check out books
– SLAM FULL with seniors participating in College Day
– 295 books checked out since Oct 18th (five days open to check out)
– Minute to Win It happens on October 30th
– stay tuned for a HUGE announcement about a special shipment of books and our acceptance into a special program (Thank you Ashley Layne!)
Seniors swarmed the Loquacious Library signing up (free application!) for colleges today …
Check this out from the Spartanburg County Public Library Teen Library