Media Center Minute

Minuteman HS Library Media Center

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Fall 2021

Topics in this edition of the Media Center Minute include:

  • Fall Highlights
  • Collaborations & New/Updated Resource Guides
  • Minuteman Reads
  • Resource Reminders
  • November Observances


Staff and students are always welcome in the Minuteman High School library media center. Teachers use the library media center space for their preps, club meetings, collaborative lessons, and a change of scenery for their classes. Students come by to browse for books, ask for assistance, study, research, and relax. Please take advantage of the media center space and resources.


Thank you for reading.


Sincerely,

Kara Gleason

Library Media Specialist

Fall Highlights

Collaborations & New/Updated Resource Guides

Do you have a project that might benefit from library media center collaboration? Would you like to partner on lessons for student research, citations, literacy, or other topics? Could your students benefit from individual research project check-ins? Is there an upcoming project or topic that could use a library resource guide? Please reach out to initiate the collaboration process.


The media center has recently posted or updated resource guides for:

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Minuteman Reads

Here are some of our newest Minuteman Reads Book Lists. Let us know if you'd like to suggest a Minuteman Reads Book List theme.



Visit the library to view our Native American Heritage Month display.

Resource Reminders

Below are reminders about some of our other library services and resources:

November Observances

November features several important commemorations.




  • Thanksgiving & Commemoration of the 400th Anniversary (1620-2020) of the Pilgrims' Arrival on the Shores of Historic Patuxet: Plimoth Patuxet, formerly known as Plimoth Plantation, tells the stories of the Wampanoag people and the English colonists who created a new society – in collaboration and in conflict – in the 1600s. (Many of the events and media planned for 2020 were moved to 2021 due to the pandemic.)