Library Hack!

The Librarians are offering a workshop! Everything you ever wanted to know about the library and citations AND MORE! When: Wednesday, October 5th from 7:00 - 8:00 pm TONIGHT

Thursday, October 13th from 7:00 - 8:00 pm
Thursday, October 20th from 8:00 - 8:40 am
Friday, October 21st during...

Book Fair!

That's right, friends! The Book Fair is Tuesday, May 10th all day in the library. Get ready for books, music and fun. Remember to bring your summer reading lists and sense of adventure.

***Books will be charged to your student accounts. If you receive financial aid, your books will be covered.***

April is National Poetry Month

Poetry is popping up all over the place, including this bulletin board in the Middle School:


Stop by the library to check out our numerous displays on poetry, where you can:

  • Check out a book of poems
  • Create your own poem from Dana Hall-specific "magnetic" poetry
  • Use old book pages to "find" a new poem
  • Share a favorite poem


Tampon Drive!

Donate Tampons or Pads for the women of Rosie's Place. According to the Tri-Heads of CSAB: "The grade with the largest percentage of participation will receive a PRIZE!!!!!" (Levin). A REALLY cool prize... You don't want to miss out on that. This drive runs through February 11th. So far, the CLASS of 2019 is killing it!

Works Cited

Levin, Alexa. "TAMPON DRIVE." Message to the author. 28 Jan. 2016. E-mail.

Get Organized for the New Year!

Happy New Year!

I suspect that many of you made resolutions for 2016, and the first step to accomplishing many of those goals is to get organized and make a plan. Here are a couple of tools to help you schedule, journal, list, remind, set goals, and succeed!

  • Wunderlist (iPhone/iPad app, website): Create lists, categorize tasks, and access them from anywhere.
  • Erin Condren LifePlanner: Keep track of your daily schedule, appointments, assignments, workouts, and...

Afternoon of Card Making

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!