Julia Green Library Happenings

September 2022

Dear Families:


We have been very busy in the library this month. Kindergarten through third grade students participated in their first digital citizenship lesson of the year. Kindergarten students also focused on learning how to use the library and what it means to be a risk-taker which is our IB word for September. First graders also learned about being a risk-taker and completed a STEM project. Second graders learned about the origin of their names and created a PowerPoint using the information they researched on their region of the United States. Third graders conducted research on an aquatic biome and created posters. Fourth graders were eager to checkout books daily during their open checkout times and on Limitless Libraries. Enjoy reading more about what we have accomplished during the month of September and what is to come in October like our in person Scholastic Book Fair! Get excited!!!!

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September Highlights

Book Fair is Coming Back

We will be hosting a Scholastic Book Fair very soon. Here is a schedule of events.

Thursday, October 27 All classes will shop the fair during their related arts class time.

Friday, October 28 Book Fair is open during conference day. Stop by and shop before or after.

Monday, October 31 Book Fair open during the day.

Tuesday, November 1 Book Fair open during the day and Family Night 4-6 p.m.

Wednesday, November 2 Book Fair open during the day.

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Limitless Libraries

Our partnership with the Nashville Public Library, which is called Limitless Libraries, provides your child with access to books and materials at the Nashville Public Library. Your student may place a hold on an item, and it will be delivered to them at their school. We are grateful for this partnership that provides even more access to library materials. Last year, students in MNPS checked out nearly 100,000 items through Limitless Libraries.

Library Catalog Access

Students and families can access our school library items and Nashville Public Library items anytime using this link:

www.limitlesslibraries.org

Select your school from the drop down menu.

Log in to place a hold on a book, or to checkout an e-book or audiobook.


Student log-in:

Username: 190#

Pin: mmdd of student birthdate


The following policies apply to the access of Limitless Libraries materials:

  • Elementary students can only place holds on items in the juvenile catalog while in the school building. If they are searching from home, we recommend they log-in the catalog first and select their school from the drop-down menu so that they are only searching in the juvenile catalog.
  • While students may request a DVD, no student may not place a hold on a rated R item.

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