Antelope High School Library News

May 2018

Tech Tip of the Month by Amparo Quiñonez

Check out Vocaroo for easy voice recordings that you can post to Google Communities for student sharing and publishing of their creations.

Create a Google Community

Create a safe place for your students to post, share, discuss, and critically think about their work. Check out one example being used on campus in the Spanish classes.

May is Stay Healthy Month!

Encourage your students to stop on by and check out the healthy lifestyle information in the Library!

L111 News Alert!

The L111 Computer Lab will be closed for the entire month of May due to the relocation of our Spanish teachers during the new Theater construction. If you would like to use the computer lab, please sign up for the Library instead, and we will provide you with 14 computers and a Chromebook Cart. You will also have access to the projector if needed. Sorry for the inconvenience.

AP Testing Library Closures

The Library will be closed on the following days for AP Testing. Due to College Board noise regulations, L111 will also be closed during those times. Sorry for the inconvenience.

May 7th 8 am -12 pm

May 8th 8 am -12 pm

May 9th 8 am -12 pm

May 10th 8 am -12 pm

May 11th 12-4 pm

May 14th 8 am -12 pm

May 15th 8 am -12 pm

May 16th 8 am -12 pm

May 17th 12-4 pm

May 18th 12-4 pm

Textbook Returns are Coming the Last Week of May!

I will be sending out a sign-up list for textbook returns within the next week. Returns will take place on May 24th-25th and May 29th-31st. If you teach Seniors, we encourage you to return books on May 24th-25th, so we can figure out which Seniors we will need to track down before Graduation. Thank you and watch for the e-mail to sign up!

Teacher Tech Tools

Check out the Library Webpage for a collection of favorite technology applications in the classroom. From presentations to organization, videos to comics, photos to avatars, the opportunities are limitless for your students and you. Try one new resource each month and let me know what you think. Check them out here or on the Library Webpage.