Glass Library Staff Newsletter
- How to use library resources to locate and explore primary and secondary resources to finalize a topic for National History Day to Ms. Irvin's and Mr. Kramer's classes
- How to use the card catalog and where to locate items in the library to Ms. Lithgow's and Ms. Graves's classes
Other collaborative efforts for the month of December included:
- Providing a location for Link Crew and National Honor Society members to host Cocoa and Cram
- Locating and pulling books for humorous interpretation pieces for Mr. Bowling's public speaking class
- Checking-out AP comparative government textbooks to Mr. Matthews's classes for second semester
- Ordering books requested by students
- Providing a quiet environment for students who did not have a class on exam days
- Creating an EdPuzzle for the world history I teachers pertaining to Byzantine art and architecture
Please let us know if we can help you in any way.
Upcoming Schedule Change
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Library Usage for December
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