CMS Library Newsletter
May Is Short Story Month
Celebrate Short Story Month by stopping in the library to check out some of our featured authors and selected works.
Sixth graders are being introduced to the research process program Noodletools. Students will learn skills such as note-taking, citation, annotation and collaborative research and writing.
Social Studies Research Continues
Sixth graders are having fun moving forth with their Mesopotamian research. They continue to explore on their imaginary island while sharpening their research skills and curiosity. Eighth grade continue to research topics on A Just Society.
In April we celebrated Poetry Month in both middle school libraries. Sanborn's display allowed students to contribute a leaf of their own poetry, haiku or quote to the Poet-Tree. Peabody had students creating their own unique origami pieces.
Spotlight On Peer Mentors
It's been a great year so far for the Peer Mentor program! Mentors and mentees have developed friendships and leadership qualities. The students have enjoyed events such as Dodgeball, Bake & Bingo and more! If you are interested in becoming a Peer Mentor for the upcoming 2016-2017 school year, you can fill out the online application from the Libguides home page.