E. O. Muncie Learning Commons


November & December!

Hard to believe it is already DECEMBER!

As usual, the Learning Commons was hopping. In November, the Learning Commons hosted a very successful Book Fair (THANK YOU to our PTO and families), Destiny lessons with all students, and so much MORE!

In December, the Hour of Code took over.


Mrs. Stevenson and Mrs. Clerkin

Welcome Back!

We are so excited to have Mrs. Joyce back in the Learning Commons!

Please remember that your Learning Commons Team is here for you! Here are some examples of what we can help you and your students with:

We can pull books on a particular topic or theme.

We can work together on a research project (all subject areas).

Let us know what you need. We are here to help.

ClassDojo Winners (2nd nine weeks)

Congratulations to the following classes for having the most Dojo points (per grade level)!

Kindergarten - Mrs. Robinson's class

First grade - Mrs. Ommen's class

Second grade - Mrs. Norris'

Third grade - Mrs. Royalty's class

4th grade - Mrs. Mahoney's class

Fifth grade - Ms Hearn's class

Bat Research

While studying bats, students shared what they learned by creating Popplets and uploading their work into their SeeSaw accounts. Students also learned about bats through QR Code audio clips. They did a great job!

Hour of Code

What is The Hour of Code?

The Hour of Code is a program that believes every student should have the opportunity to learn computer science. HOC helps nurture problem-solving skills, logic and creativity. By starting early, students will have a foundation for success in any 21st century career path. Also, by having the whole school participate, we are in the running for $10,000 to spend on technology.

Below are some of the different activities students completed.



Use blocks of code to take Steven or Alex on an adventure through this Minecraft world.

Star Wars


Learn to create your own droids, or build your own Star Wars game.

Angry Birds


Learn to code with Mark Zuckerberg and Angry Birds!

Hour of Code Flipagram!


Google Santa Tracker


Use Google Santa Tracker to follow Santa Claus on Google Maps as he makes his journey around the world.

About Us

Our goals are to:

  • Get students excited about the library space and learning.
  • Give students opportunities to work on engaging tasks.
  • Provide spaces to work collaboratively, think critically, and creatively.

Also, to transition to a place where students DO stuff, not simply a place where students GET stuff.