Rippon Middle School Library

March 2016

Rippon Book Challenge- 2nd quarter

Sixteen students read at least 10 books and completed the Reading Challenge form. These students were treated to an ice cream party.

There will be another reading challenge celebration at the end of the 3rd quarter.

See the video of highlights from the celebration.

New Library Books!

The library has ordered and received more than 400 new books.

Come to the library to check out the new titles.

See some of the new titles highlighted below.

Lunch Bunch

The February Lunch Bunch was held on the 29th. More than 100 students participated in the event. Students attending played a variety of winter themed games.

Check out the pictures from the event below.

Library Use

The library is being used as a testing site for the 8th grade SOL test. This means that the library will not be open for students when testing is going on during the day. Students are encouraged to come to the library in the morning prior to their first class. Announcements will be made when the library is closed.

Prince William County Public Library Resources

Students with a library card from the PWC public library have access to nearly 20 additional databases. In order to access these, a valid library card must be entered.

Students who would like a public library card may request one through the school library.

Check the public library resources here.

Library Staff

Please contact a member of the Rippon Library staff with any questions.


Tamara Ingalls

Library media specialist

ingalltl@pwcs.edu


Cathi Jo McMaster

Library media specialist

Mcmastcj@pwcs.edu


Christina Seyler

Library Assistant

seylerca@pwcs.edu

Rippon Book Challenge

Students are encouraged to read 10 books per quarter. Those who complete this challenge and fill out the associated paper will win a prize. Students may get the challenge forms from their language arts teachers, from the library or on the library Fusion page. Completed forms should be returned to the library