The December/January Review
December and January in Review
Time just keeps on chugging along. It feels like Holiday Break was just last week. The library has been busy since our last newsletter. We've begun our parent volunteer program, placed and received a sizeable book order, continued teaching Digital Citizenship to our 7th-grade Foundations classes, and ran a week-long Book Fair. Read on for more details.
Scholastic Book Fair
Students donated just over $100 to All For Books, which allowed the library to purchase materials for students in need.
If there are any books or other materials that you'd like to see in the library, please reach out via email.
First Annual 'New Year, New (to) You' Reading Challenge!
For each book and activity completed, students will be entered into a raffle to earn fun prizes such as bookstore gift certificates and library-related toys and knickknacks. The challenge will run through the end of March 2022.
Encourage your student(s) to pick up a book, or three, and join the challenge!
Digital Citizenship: Finding Media Balance
I am including two resources for families that wish to continue the conversation outside of school.
- 100+ non-fiction, fiction, and graphic novels added to the collection
- 207 fiction titles circulated
- 128 graphic novels circulated
- 76 non-fiction titles circulated