FHS Library Quarterly

Spring 2019

"What a school thinks about its Library is a measure of what it feels about education."

- Harold Howe, On Libraries and Learning, 1967

Translations for all "FPS Libraries Quarterly Newsletters" are available by scrolling to the bottom of each newsletter and clicking on the "Translate" black bar.

Las traducciones de todas las "FPS Libraries Quarterly Newsletters" están disponibles al desplazarse hasta la parte inferior de cada boletín y hacer clic en la barra negra "Traducir".

Traduções para todos os "FPS Libraries Quarterly Newsletters" estão disponíveis rolando até o final de cada newsletter e clicando na barra preta "Traduzir".

The Library by the Numbers

Number of entries & exits through the FHS Library front doors* the week of April 1st-5th: 10,019

*we got a foot traffic counter!

New in the Library: Online Book Renewal

You can now view your FHS Library account and renew books online using your school account. Give it a try! Instructions for accessing your FHS Library record online.

Congratulations Class of 2019! Thanks for the memories.

Honor a graduating senior!

Give the gift of a book to the FHS Library in honor of a graduating senior or in gratitude to an FHS staff member who helped your almost-graduate to succeed. Order from the FHS Library's Amazon wishlist and we'll place a bookplate inside the book's front cover and add it to our collection.

FHS Class of 2019 Poetry Slam Finals

Thursday, April 25th, 7:30pm

160 Hollis Street

Framingham, MA

Please join us for the Poetry Slam Finals for the FHS Class of 2019, sponsored by the FHS Foundation and the FHS PTBO. Free for students with an FHS ID, $5 for everyone else.

March Madness winners

The FHS Library asked the question: What pop culture moment was most significant in moving forward the cause of social justice in America? We created a bracket of 16 all-stars from sports and entertainment, and FHS spoke, ultimately naming Jackie Robinson's integration of Major League Baseball the most significant moment. Congrats to FHS students Mike Celestin and Hannah Krier for correctly predicting the results of the contest!

Ms. Courchesne's Book Pick

This dark fairy tale follows the two characters as they cross through time , reincarnated into different bodies and ages, finding one another in surprising ways in each "reboot."

Mrs. Tosi's Book Pick

This book asks questions of morality and loyalty, passion over logic, and right vs wrong. No path through the story is easy and no solution obvious. The background story of every character is perfectly developed. You may be surprised to discover that a story about a little hockey town far away can make you think about how you approach life in general.

Ms. Preziosi & Ms. Treitman's Book Pick

Ms. Preziosi, Social Worker, and Ms. Treitman, Math Teacher, are teaming up to recommend Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine:

Eleanor is quirky and unwittingly funny. We fell in love with her and we were rooting for her to be ok throughout the whole book.