THINK, CREATE, SHARE, GROW
Ogden School District Library Program
Check it Out! eBooks for Junior Highs
Through a grant secured by the District Teacher Librarians, OverDrive eBooks and audio books are now available to Ogden School District's junior high students. This is a wonderful opportunity for students to explore recreational and informational reading on devices during the school year and throughout the summer. To learn more, visit your school's library or visit ogdensd.org/libraries. Happy Reading!
PKES and WAES 2nd Grade: Citizenship
Polk students use Book Creator on iPads.
Wasatch students illustrate their guides to good citizenship.
Polk students share their guides with kindergartners.
JMES 4th: Diary of a Water Drop
WAES 5th: Geological Processes
Library Spotlight: Heritage Elementary
Cheers to library clerks Tammy Woodward and Rachel Sillito for their day-to-day efforts to make Heritage's library a welcoming space! Their clever decorations are bright and engaging. They also have great incentives for students to encourage appropriate behavior in the library and to inspire reading. They collaborate to design fun and meaningful literacy activities. Thank you for everything you do for Heritage's students and faculty!
A bulletin board positively reinforces class behavior in the library.
Students can win books, bookmarks, and other prizes from the library.
A display of bug books and facts.
To Read or Not to Read
Ogden School District Teacher Librarians
If you have questions or comments about the District Library Program, please feel free to contact us:
Amy Jamison -- email@example.com
Katie Kilts -- firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisa Pockrus -- email@example.com
Shelly Ripplinger -- firstname.lastname@example.org
Avan Thayn -- email@example.com
Jessica Tonnies -- firstname.lastname@example.org
Angie Woodring -- email@example.com