Enjoy the 1pt/2pt perspective cities artwork by the students in Creative Arts Class with Ms. Andrus.
|Create your own photo slideshow|
Ebooks, ebooks, ebooks…who wants to read ebooks!!! Enjoy the various online resources available to access ebooks.
Please use OPAC/Polaris to search for books in the Learning Center. You can do a search by title, author, keyword, and subject area. Enjoy
Join our collaborative creative writing activity with excerpts from “The Mysteries of Harris Burdick” by Chris Van Allsburg!
1- Look at the picture, read the story, and ALL of the comments.
2-Click on “Leave a comment” at the end of the page, and write at least 3 sentences that CONTINUE the story AFTER the last comment.
3- A new story will begin every day, and you can post more than once a day. (Just remember that all school rules and consequences will apply-do not use names of other students in your post or write anything inappropriate.)
Students with inappropriate comments will not receive credit for participating and will be referred.
He had warned her about the book.
Now it was too late.
Celebrate National Library Week by entering the trivia contest! What district was Rue from in The Hunger Games? Who is Percy’s real father in The Lightning Thief? If you think you know these answers, download the attachment for the trivia contest. Print and drop off to the LC or email to email@example.com by Fri., April 13th. You might win movie tickets, food, or book prizes! You can also stop by the LC to enter our guessing game contest.2012NLWtriviacontest
Congratulations to the Teen Read Week, “Picture It @ Your Library” winners! Come to the Learning Center to view their artwork. The winners are Kody Holu, Kahia Walker, Aulani Oka, Morgan Plunkett, Hano Pamatigan, John Kauhola, Sarai Parker, and Nana Kahawai (not pictured).
Join the fun this week and you might win some great prizes! We are giving away goodie bags as well as new books such as Rick Riordan’s Son of Neptune! Click on the link below for details about our “Picture It @ Your Library Contest” or stop by and borrow a book in order to receive an entry form. Good luck!