One for the Record Books
Back to School Librarian Workshop
PHS Staff builds teamwork at Europa!
eBooks: Resources for SISD students and teachers
Texas Bluebonnet Committees Meet at TLA Annual Assembly
The group picture is of the Texas Bluebonnet Award Selection and Program Committees. It was taken at TLA Annual Assembly in July. Mrs. Zulema Bewley, Shimotsu Librarian, serves on the selection committee. This summer she read more than 175 books. The committee discussed 125 titles during their two days of meetings.
Google Certified Level 1 Librarian
College Readiness: Using Gale TERC and other resources
Meet the Teacher Night @ John H. Shary Elementary
B. L. Gray Librarian Completes Library Science Graduate Studies at Sam Houston State
Wenndy Pray graduated from Sam Houston State University on Saturday, August 5, 2017. She maintained a 4.0 average and was awarded five scholarships in her two years at SHSU. One of the scholarships was granted by the Texas Association of School Librarians. She was one of five candidates in Texas to be awarded and will be recognized by the Sharyland school board on Monday, August 28. “Next to my family, I’d like to thank my mentor Nicole Cruz,” says Mrs. Pray. “She has truly gone above and beyond to provide a solid foundation in my new profession.”
Independent Investigation Method-Research Summer PD
Rapid Review by SNJH Librarian Darvin Koenig
NEED by Joelle Charbonneau
You may have had someone in your life tell you that there is a difference between a want and a need. Charbonneau’s latest thriller explores that concept as she delves into the human psyche. The setting is Nottawa, a small town in Wisconsin. There is a new social media site specifically for high school students called NEED that promises to grant your need requests in return for completing tasks for the site. The tasks start out simple enough, but soon there are unintended consequences and bad things are happening to people. How far are these students willing to go to get what they think they need?
Texas Bluebonnet Bulletin Board
B. L. Gray Librarian Is Granted Outstanding Student Award
Sam Houston State University alumnus and B. L. Gray Librarian Wenndy Pray was exclusively selected by the SHSU Library Science Department as the only Outstanding Student Award recipient for the 2017 Spring semester. The LS Department is comprised of professors in the field who select students based on GPA, work ethic and quality, and other attributes. It was the consensus of the committee to select Mrs. Pray for this award. “I can honestly say that hard work pays off,” affirms Mrs. Pray. “Having a growth mindset in the midst of expectation has been a rewarding experience. I am grateful to have been chosen for this award.”
Growth Mindset Display
JHS Library Revamp
Paige Fleming wins a $15 Chick Fil A Gift Card
Registration @ Pioneer High School
Read Your Blues Away!
Sharyland High School Volunteers
E-Books and Research Resources Training @ Shimotsu Elementary
Digital Citizenship Display at BL Gray Junior High Library