Media Notes

Rosewood Elementary School Library

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Visual Literacy Festival Editorial Winners

Congratulations to the following students:

Victor den Ouden and Rion Williams for the entry "The Reason Why"

Ada Shavo, Emma Charlton and Lucy Jones for their entry "The Typical School Year"

Allison Zeck and Cassandara Escorcia for their entry "Wisdom Wrap"


Don't forget the Visual Literacy Festival Puppetry Contest is on going. The last day to submit your puppet entry is January 19, 2015. For guidelines and an application stop by the library.

Richland One Digital Learning Enivornment: Tech Tip of the Day monthy calendar

The Instructional Technology Services department has developed a calendar that provides daily technology tips that can be used in the classroom. You can also make contributions to the calendar by contacting our technology educator, Iren Bal

Reference Section

The library now has a reference section with the 2015 World Book Encyclopedias, along with a number of other reference materials for students to use when doing research. Come by and check it out.
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Fall Book Club Ungifted by Gordon Korman

About 15 fourth and fifth grade students meet three times in the month of November to read and discuss the book "Ungifted" by Gordon Korman. Along with lively discussion and food, students also participated in a writing activity, created a robot, and learned a number of new words. It was a great time for all. Thank you to Mrs. Woodyard for her co leading this great group of kids.
Ungifted by Gordon Korman | Book Trailer by Samy Kumar

Read Around the Planet

Registration is now open for Read Around the Planet. This an opportunity for students and teachers to interact and connect with students and teachers across the United States and overseas. If you are interested participating in Read Around the Planet stop by the library.

Rosewood Students participate in the Hour of Code

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Library Helpers

The Rosewood library has a group of fourth and fifth grade students who are assisting in the library by shelving books. Students will also help with book displays, placing the Visual Literacy Contest posters around the school and other assistance as needed.