Glass Library Student Newsletter

December 2015

Extended Hours

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Mrs. Wise will be keeping the library open until 5:00 on Wednesdays for students who need to use the library's resources or need a place to use Wi-Fi. Feel free to use this time in the library to work on projects, homework, or collaborate with friends.

Cocoa and Cram

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Link Crew leaders and National Honor Society members will be hosting the 5th annual Cocoa and Cram session for freshmen students in the library on Thursday, December 10 and Monday, December 14 from 2:30-5:30. All freshmen students are invited to attend to help get prepared for high school exams.

Lee Jackson Essay

We have lots of print resources for students completing their Lee-Jackson essays including some resources that we just ordered. If you have checked-out materials, please return them when you are finished so other students have access to those resources.


http://lee-jackson.org/

History Day Projects

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As research for history day projects get into full swing, consider joining the library's history day classroom by using code yn9q2kn. There are tons of resources that have been compiled here for your use including important resources from the National History Day website, information on using databases, and helpful hints for finding resources. Let us know if you need help finding resources.

New Books

The Scorpion Rules by Erin Bow - dystopian, survival story

The Trouble in Me by Jack Gantos - humorous

Carry On: The Rise and Fall of Simon Snow by Rainbow Rowell - fantasy, romance, mystery

Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo - fantasy

Lair of Dreams by Libba Bray - fantasy, mystery, thriller

Into the Dangerous World by Julie Chibbaro - historical fiction