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  • New Devices for AudioBooks

    Want to listen to an audiobook from the library’s OverDrive collection? We have new devices in the library for you to borrow so that you can listen to the book of your choice. The first step is to choose the book that you want to hear from OverDrive.  Then, fill out this form and check back a few hours later with Mrs. Reid at the circulation desk. 
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  • Reading Without Walls

    Expand your reading horizons by Reading Without Walls. We challenge all A-S students to explore books about characters who look or live differently than you, topics you haven’t discovered, or formats that you haven’t tried. Once you have read a book for the challenge, please see Mrs. Reid in the library so that you might put your very own sticker (with your name and the title of the book you read) on our "brick wall."  Please read these guidelines for specific information.
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  • 4th Grade Bibliography Forms

    Fourth grade boys, as part of your study of the human body in science you must cite all your sources of information. Use the forms below.
    Cite a book
    Cite a database
    Cite a website
    Cite a film

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  • Middle School Back to School Book Discussion 2018!

    In class you will be asked to listen to this Voicethread and pick out three books you would be interested in reading over the summer and discussing when you get back to school. Indicate your choices on this form. You will be assigned to a group that will discuss one of the books you selected. You can pick up a copy of the book at this year's Book Fair (May 23rd at Barnes and Noble after school - save the date!)
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  • 5th Grade Project: Find and Share

    During Book Talk class visit the Bulletin Board  to complete Entry and Exit Tickets, find a partner and upload your work.
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