Northern Hills Library News
We started doing orientation and digital citizenship the first week. Students reviewed library rules and procedures and proper book care and then checked out books.
In addition, the third-fifth grades had lessons on digital citizenship. The students reviewed their knowledge of rules and procedures by playing the game Kahoot.
International Dot Day
Students and staff were wore clothing with dots on the day. Students and staff also created their own dots.
PAWsitive Reading Buddy
The goal of the PAWsitive Reading Program is to improve children's reading and communication skills with use of therapy animals. This proven method encourages learning, makes reading fun and helps to raise the self esteem of the children with reading challenges.
Having helpers like these students enables us to focus on more instruction and technology integration. We appreciate their help so much!
PK Bilingual Class
- 3,172 items were checked out. PK-106, K-276, 1-439, 2-876, 3-341, 4-410, 5-611, staff-113
- 466 walk ins
- 95 lessons were taught. Lessons were taught on copyright, book care, animal migration and library rules and procedures.
- 41 classes came in for check out only.
- Oct. 19-Lucas Miller, The Singing Zoologist
- Bluebonnet book kickoff (3-5)
- Battle of the Books kickoff (4th grade)
- Read for the Record
- Literary Pumpkin Patch
- Book Fair
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