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Read, Write, Learn @ the PAC Library

2014 Reading Fair Winners

Sophomores Clay Evans and Mykayla Keys have advanced to the Mississippi Department of Education Regional Reading Fair in March at the School for the Deaf and Blind. This is Clay's second year to compete in the MDE Reading Fair. He placed 4th at the state level last year in non-fiction. Both students are in Ms. Rodgers' Pre-Ap 10th Grade English class.

Research @ the PAC Library

Black History Month had its beginnings in 1926 in the United States, when historian Carter G. Woodson announced the second week of February would be set aside to celebrate African-American history. This week was chosen because it marked the birthday of both Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass. However, it has grown from a mere 7-day celebration to a month of recognizing and celebrating accomplishments of black American in every area of our history.


Black History Month Library Resources

Technology @ the PAC Library

Learn 360 is a premier website for K-12 multi-media educational resources. Through streaming videos, audio, and other supporting materials, this technological database supports MDE and Common Core standards, as well as 21st century learning initiatives {SAMR}. The search engine feature allows teachers to search over 10,7000 digital video titles from over 100 top publishers such as A&E, History, BIO, National Geographic, and many more. Teachers can search by subject area, grade level, media format, and standards.


See Mrs. Simmons to set up your LEARN 360 account TODAY!!!