RBH Media Center

December Newsletter

DECEMBER TOPIC: Using Google Drive/Docs for research

Students were shown how to use Google Drive/Docs to simplify the research process. Included was how to cite their sources. Students moved from the demonstration in the library/media-center to the computer lab, created a google doc, adding research, an image and a citation for their chosen topic, They then shared their document with their teacher.

AR Christmas Party

The AR Christmas Party was a huge success! 27 students earned a place at the table where they decorated (and ate!) cookies, drank lemonade, and played Christmas Kahoot! and Christmas pictionary. The three top readers gave a synopsis of their favorite books

Congratulions go out to the following students for reading at least one book (100 pages or more) and earning a minimum of 80% on the corresponding AR quiz:

Irvin Ussin, Yasheik Horne, Atoria Dennis, Nyabinghi Robinson, Arthur Vaughn, Justice Joyner, Jy'Shemia Keith, Tyreshon Freeman, Larry Davis, Shamyra Kimbrough, Takeyah Reaser, Kyra Melton, Cameryn Morales, Raziah Johnson, Torri Moore, Tyesha Maul, Antoine Hasberry, Alvineshia Carter, Nkeriuanna Lawson, Jatonia Woods, Ageanna Ellis, Brianna Lowe, Angelo Adams, Jkayla Boone, Shaterria Webster, Zaria Thicklin


The annual Spelling Bee was held in the RBH media center on December 10 and 11. Eighteen students participated and three were left standing for the spell-off the following day. The winners were: 1st Place: Jakayla Boone, 2nd Place: Joniya Chapman and 3rd Place: Zarieanna Simpson. Prizes of $75, $50, and $25 were given respectively..The first and second place winners will compete in the county spelling bee on February 12 at 9:30 at the Selma Public Library. A BIG thank you goes out to First Cahawba Bank for providing the funds for the prizes


The Winter PopUp Library is Open Dec 23 - Jan 3!

Just go to “PopUp Library” promotion. All 578 of the high quality eBooks in our library—including 44 narrated, Spanish-language titles!—can be used by all students, free of charge, from December 23 through January 3.

We know that it is important for children to keep reading during winter break, so every child, whether or not their school or family is a subscriber, can enjoy our high-quality, professionally narrated eBooks completely free of charge.

One important note: If you want to read our eBooks on an iPad or an Android tablet, you will first need to download the free "SWKids Reader" app from either the iTunes store, the Google Play store, or the Amazon App store (if you are using a Kindle Fire HD). Once you have the app, usePopUp as both your username and password.

December data: (December 1 - 18)

Books checked out: 255

AR points earned: 258.7

Christmas! It's all about this....

An Unexpected Christmas

Three more of our newest titles:

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Oprah Winfrey

Books were my pass to personal freedom. I learned to read at age three, and soon discovered there was a whole world to conquer that went beyond our farm in Mississippi.


English classes will learn how to perform research using the Big 6 model.

The Scholastic Book Fair will be delivered the last week in January and the book fair will run through the first week of February.

Contact me or come by anytime!

2015-2016 R.B. Hudson Library/Advisory Board:

Ms. Lashonda Moorer - Principal

Mrs. Glenda Davis - Library/Media-specialist

Mrs. Mylinda Simpson - English Department Head

Mr. Arthur Capers - Selma City Schools representative

Mrs. Ann Murray - CEO YMCA

Ms. Stephanie Coles - Parent

Mr. Earl Coleman - District Technology Coordinator