Media Center News
W.G. Sanders Media Center
First RIF Celebration on Family Literacy Night
Clifford having fun with the kids!
Parents listen attentively to our students as they share their essays.
A Parent's View
Mrs. Woods tells her story on the value of public education in the lives of her three children.
Editorial Cartoon Visual Literacy Contest
Our second Technology Fair is being planned for Thursday, March 14. It is our goal to have every teacher represented with projects from their students. A member of the Technology Focus Team will be contacting you in early January to confirm which project your students will present during the Fair. If you need help planning and implementing a lesson using technology, please come see Ms. Williams, media specialist.
Richland County Public Library
Along with the new branding, the library has new library card options. There are currently four library card designs - a general design, one for teens, one for children and one for Literacy Circle donors. Customers can now choose from one of three new designs. If you already have a library card but want a new one, you can get it - absolutely free of charge, until March 1. Just present your old card to the staff at any branch.
One Book, One Columbia
The word is finally out! The selected title for the 2013 city wide One Book One Columbia initiative is The Dry Grass of August, authored by Anna Jean Mayhew. (see below) A number of events are planned with the programming running from January 11 - February 28. The book is an engaging narrative focused on this riveting debut novel, which is set in the South in the 1950s.
Happy Holidays! Enjoy family, friends and a good book! Be safe!
Media Center Staff
Sharon Austin, Media Center Assistant