Friday, July 25, several Taylor families joined the library to celebrate the middle of summer vacation and honor the great reading taking place this summer. Dr. Gaston told stories, Ms. Reeser helped over come fears of summer storms, Mr. H. (Dr. Gaston's husband) taught about local animals and the sounds they make. There were door prizes, snacks, and lots of mustaches and reading glasses! If you could not join us this year, get ready for next summer for a bigger, better celebration.
Be sure to keep completing the bingo card and bring to school on Tuesday, September 2 to earn a prize.
In a typical day, one will see the Library Assistant assisting students and staff with checking out of books and materials. In addition, many volunteers willfully shelve books and assist the needs of the library media center. The Librarian will share books and stories to classes or have those students researching using one of the many computer stations along with using some of the print reference resources. It is very likely that another class or group of students is quietly be nestled into a corner or empty table conducting their own research or reading for pleasure. The library is not always the quietest place in the school but it is one of intense learning and activity.