CHS Multimedia Newsletter

December 2016

CHS Yellowjacket Book of the Year 2016 Finalists

Students will vote in the final round of the Yellowjacket Book of the Year 2016 from Monday November 28-Friday December 2, 2016. Take a look at the nominated books.


*The first book in a series displayed, but a later book in the series received literary acclaim for 2016.


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Book cover images from Goodreads

Holiday Computer Coding

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Can't think of inexpensive gifts for family and friends during this winter season? During the week of December 5-9, 2016, the CHS library will host holiday computer coding sessions for this purpose. Visitors will have the opportunity to create animated holiday cards for friends and family using Scratch Studio. A brief code tutorial is available for getting started. Google Chrome Carts will be on hand at the front of the library for use.


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Holiday Open Mike & Book Drawings

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Celebrate the season at the CHS Holiday Open Mike on Friday December 9, 2016 during both lunches. Band & Choir members, as well as Karaoke aficionados are welcome to participate. Students will receive tickets for book drawings by performing, creating a Scratch holiday card, and/or completing the December book survey.


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In the Name of Art-Ms. Hughes Art 1 and 2 Class Display

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A few weeks ago, Ms. Hughes took her Arts 1 and 2 class to a whole new level of creativity. Her students created a personal replica of Guillermo Del Toro's filmmaking genius from scraps and childhood dolls. Check out the "Cabinet of Curiosities" currently assembled on the library display case.

CHS Library Halloween Makerspace 2016

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While I admit this is belated given the holiday season, take a look at the creepy confections students created during the Halloween Candy Craft Makerspace 2016. They used marshmallows, gummy bears, chocolate candy corns, Nerds candies, and toothpicks to create these gruesome creations. A few displayed them on Halloween bags.