Antelope High School Library News

November 2019

What is Happening in the Library this Month?

Thankfulness!

The AnHS Library will be celebrating people we are thankful for during the month of November. Students can add an "I am thankful for..." note to our tree.

Cans for Fines!

Students are receiving overdue book notices in their 2nd period classes this week. Please encourage your favorite Titan to return or renew any overdue books they currently have. Textbook fines will be automatically deleted upon return. Any library fines will be waived with a can donation for the hungry. Each can counts towards $1 in library fines.

Teen Advisory Board (TAB) Updates

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An Afternoon of Community Service in the Library

Thank you to the Teen Advisory Board for hosting The Spooky Library on October 25th. Club members enjoyed a showing of Hocus Pocus while making cards for the elderly. Fifty handmade cards were delivered to Love & Care for Elder to bring joy to local seniors.
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Second Annual Sock Drive November 11th to 22nd

Donate a pair of new socks to help out the homeless in our area. Students can bring donations to the Library.

Student Opportunities

What's Your Story Video Contest Opens on November 5th, 2019!

What's Your Story? is an annual video contest that offers students a platform to share their views about life with the Internet and how we can tackle some of the biggest challenges it presents.


Students in the US and Canada are eligible to compete. Prizes will be awarded.


All you have to do is submit a video that answers the question show below, upload it to our website and get as many people to view and like it as you can. Our 2020 winners will be announced on Feb 11, 2020 which is Safer Internet Day.

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NYT Fifth Annual Student Review Contest

Contest Dates: Nov. 7, 2019 - Dec. 10, 2019


Do you have strong opinions about books, music, fashion, restaurants or TV shows? Are you a theater buff or a foodie? If so, you’re in luck. In this contest, we invite you to play critic and write an original review for our Fifth Annual Student Review Contest.


What can you choose? Anything that fits into a category of creative expression that The New York Times covers — from architecture to video games.


We do ask, however, that you pick something new to you. Part of the reason we created this contest is to encourage you to stretch your cultural imagination. So go see a local art, design or fashion show; explore a building; watch a movie or TV show or dance performance or play; listen to an album; read a book; play a game or eat in a restaurant that is novel and interesting to you.

Reader's Corner

Next League of Literature (LOL) Book Club Title: Scythe

Pick up your copy in the Library starting on November 8th. The book club meeting will be held during Titan 28 on December 10th in the Library.

New Book Arrivals!

Check out our new arrivals, popular titles, and important library links! We get twelve new, award winning titles in every month, and we also take student suggestions. Come and check them out on the new arrival display bookshelf!

JOIN US FOR THE CALIFORNIA YOUNG READER MEDAL READING CHALLENGE

Read the three nominated books in the Young Adult category from the following Book List and then vote for your favorite title. Ballots will be cast in March 2020. A celebration party will be held for those students who complete the challenge. Stay tuned for dates. Food and prizes will be given out and a Battle of the Books contest will be held. Start reading Titans! See Mrs. McCoy to access the books.

VOICE OF THE STUDENTS (VOTS)

Once again, the library will be accepting student created works for inclusion in our monthly VOTS digital magazine. Want to share your creations? You can submit them at any time to jmccoy@rjuhsd.us.


Click on the link for our inaugural VOTS digital magazine edition to see students' shared creative works. Students' original works are included and have not been edited. You can also access VOTS on the library's website.


Thank you to everyone who contributed last month.

Way to be trailblazers Titans!

Resources and Information

ANTELOPE LEARNING LAB (ALL)

Does your teen need a quiet place to study? Does your teen need tutoring after school?


ALL has started! Join us in the AnHS Library, after school, every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 2:35 to 4:00 pm. Students can get help in all subjects, use computers, printers, and calculators, and access Library Resources.


We can even provide documentation for the time the student attended. Just have them ask Mrs. Reynolds or Mrs. Gorkhali for an ALL attendance slip. We are ALL in for student learning and success here at Antelope High School.


Questions? Contact the Learning Lab @ areynolds@rjuhsd.us or rgorkhali@rjuhsd.us


ALL Learning Lab will be closed on the following dates for Staff and District meetings:


November 19-20th

December 17-19th

January 7-9th

January 21st

January 29th

February 18th

March 11-12th

March 17th

April 21st

May 19th

CAMERON'S COLLECTION OF EBOOKS FOR MENTAL HEALTH AND AWARENESS

Access 53 ebook titles targeting many aspects of mental health that youth face today. Students can read the books for personal support, research on a topic, or for supporting other youth. The username and password can be accessed here using the student's school log-in.

ANHS OPAC (ONLINE PUBLIC ACCESS CATALOG): DO YOU HAVE THE BOOK I WANT?

Search for books from home using our OPAC. Place a hold on your favorite titles. Pick up your requested book(s) at the Library Circulation Desk.

SCHOOL DATABASES AND ELECTRONIC RESOURCES FOR SCHOOL ASSIGNMENTS

Need a vetted source for a school project or paper? Access a variety of quality and credible sources right from home on the AnHS Library Webpage.

SACRAMENTO BEE ELECTRONIC RESOURCES

Need to find current articles in English or Spanish? Visit the Sacramento Bee News in Education website and log in as a student using the AnHS Class ID #2843 and password lewis found on our Library website under electronic resources. Once you log in as a student select "Read Today's Paper" to choose The Sacramento Bee or El Nuevo Herald. You can also access many other student resources on their website.

AFTER SCHOOL LIBRARY HOURS

Monday 1:35 - 2 pm (PLT Meeting Days)

OR

Monday 1:35 - 4 pm (Special Library Event Days)

Tuesday 2:35 - 4:00 pm

Wednesday 2:35 - 4:00 pm

Thursday 2:35 - 4:00 pm

Friday 2:35 - 3 pm (may stay open later based on student need)

Minimum Days 12:11 - 1:30 pm

Upcoming Library Events

Teen Advisory Board Meeting

Tuesday, Nov. 12th, 2:45-3:15pm

7801 Titan Drive

Antelope, CA

The Teen Advisory Board (TAB) Club will hold its third meeting of the year on 11/12/19. TAB provides students with the opportunity to participate in community service, leadership opportunities, and the promotion and celebration of everything library, by and for teens. Come join us and get involved in the Book Club, Movie Nights, and community service!

League of Literature Book Club: Scythe

Tuesday, Dec. 10th, 10:45-11:15am

7801 Titan Drive

Antelope, CA

Join us in the Library on 12/10/19 during Titan 28 to discuss and share about our latest book club title!