Armed with glue sticks, old books, and colorful paper, students joined us in the library to create gorgeous homemade holiday cards and envelopes for friends and family. A wide array of snowflakes, tree ornaments, trees, and wreathes were made from the torn out pages of old books and magazines. Thanks to everyone who came out to spend the afternoon in the library to get ready for the holidays with all the tests and papers due in these next few weeks, and happy holidays to all!
Join us in the library after school today for some holiday card making fun! We'll be turning old books into beautiful cards and other new projects. Hope to see you there!
Did you know that November is National Family Stories Month? Chances are, you've shared some laughter, crazy times, or tears with people in your family. What better time to commemorate the memories you've made with them - and any other stories your family might share - than by celebrating this month?
Now is a great time to write down or share you own personal history, or read about the histories, memoirs, and biographies of other families across time. Learn about different family...
It's almost Halloween, and we had a blast getting in the spirit by decorating pumpkins in the library last week! Be sure to swing by and check out our lovely literary creations, ranging in interpretations of novels from Raven Boys to Dork Diaries! Middle Schoolers, campus kids, and the librarians teamed up for these masterpieces, which will be on display all week.
It's the spookiest time of year again! Come to the library and grab one of your favorite Halloween movies before the trick-or-treating begins!
The library has new DVDs in! Come check them out, and pick up a few others for the long weekend!
Don't forget - you can always request other titles you'd like to see us to get in the suggestion bowl or online!
This month, the library teamed up with the Health Center to bring awareness to one of October's important topics: Breast Cancer Awareness.
Approximately one in every eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime ("Facts About Breast Cancer in the United States"). It is the second leading cause of death among women, and it is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in...
Curious about the mugshots hanging around school? Have you seen the Books Behind Bars in the library? Wondering why there are books covered by paper bags standing up on the counter next to the bird?
That's because this week is Banned Books Week. It's a week to recognize the importance of books in our lives, open access to information, and to celebrate our freedom to read!
Welcome back! We hope you've had amazing summer adventures, and you're ready for another great year!
Make sure you come meet our new Middle School librarian, Ms. Herring!