Gateway Library Newsletter

MARCH 2022

Contents

  • Lunch/CHOMP Policy
  • March Activities
  • Women's History Month Giveaway
  • About Women's History Month
  • Read Across America
  • Book of the Month: Our Stories, Our Voices
  • Nonfiction section of the month: Forensics and Crime

Lunch/CHOMP Policy

You will not be able to eat in the library this year due to COVID. Starting on March 7, masks will be optional in the building, but lunch is still prohibited due to state mandated contact tracing rules. During the school day, the library may be closed during specific periods such as when it is being used by a class or for a special event. Please refer to the schedule posted outside the door to see if the library is open. To come to the library during lunch or CHOMP time, fill out an ehallpass to Ms. Kohout for her to accept then show your teacher your approved pass.

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Women's History Month

Women's History Month celebrates the contributions women have made to the United States and recognizes the specific achievements women have made over the course of American history in a variety of fields. Learn more about Women's History Month as well as powerful women who changed the world by clicking here.

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Read Across America

Feb. 28 through March 4 is Read Across America this week. We pulled some of the newest books in the library for you to check out. Try reading something out of your comfort zone this month!

Book of the Month

Our Stories, Our Voices presents a collection of essays by twenty one young adult authors that explore diverse experiences of injustice, empowerment, and growing up female in America.

Nonfiction Section of the Month: Languages & Travel

Do you love TV shows like CSI? Or films about serial killers? If you want to know more about crime - both committing it and fighting it - then this section is for you!