Beyond the Cover
PVE Library's News
Welcome to the Library News
We are asked, many times, what the future will hold for the library and the librarian's roles. What will happen to libraries? What about the librarian's position? These questions prompted us to develop a newsletter that we can share the progress of our library and it's shifting role into a learning commons, a revolutionized library. A library that teaches our students how to acquire information, contribute findings, work collaboratively, and research diligently; the skills required to make the student a successful member of society.This letter is aiming to answer the question, "So what do you do in the library?"
Our goal is to print the newsletter for the student's to view in the libraries, but it doesn't stop there; we will expand to the staff, administrators, and our community.We hope, through four seasonal newsletters, to share the actions that are required to meet our goals, our progress, and our achievement!
We are always welcoming feedback and suggestions, please don't hesitate to make requests, and share information with us.
Students and teachers...if you are interested in learning more about the power of an Ereader, please make your way down on Mondays. Or if you simply just want to read your Ebook, feel free to make a visit.
We would also like to point out the "Seasonal" display. Found here are books that relate to the seasons or holidays we are currently experiencing. At this time, you will find books about autumn, leaves, apples, and pumpkins, but as we transition into Halloween, you will discover Halloween books have been added to the display.
Teachers and students, be looking for the displays. Trust us, you can't miss it!
Library Club is Back!
Your support was phenomenal last year, we can't thank you enough!
Oh The Places You Go Event(s)
Monday, Sep. 1st, 8:30am to Friday, Sep. 5th, 12pm
1550 Feise Rd
This is an ongoing year event. Look for the event at the start of the new month. Also, if interested in becoming a guest speaker, please contact me in the library and we can set up the details. Sept will begin with French...
If interested in volunteering in your child's district...come join us at the upcoming Worldwide Event, mentioned above. It's a terrific opportunity to learn more about our library, our staff and our wonderful students. Shift signups will be available throughout the event, with a variety of fun tasks, you will witness first hand the process of the library on goings. Contact us via email, located at the bottom of the page. Thanks so much for your cooperation!
Connect with The Community
Mark Twain Masters
Teachers, remember that if you read a Mark Twain title as a read aloud, this goes towards their 'books read sheet.' Come in and ask us where they are, we will be happy to put one in your hand. Or email us and we can bring it down!
Below is a link that will take you to the Mark Twain site, in which you can read the synopsis and reviews for each book.