Garden City High School Library

April 2015 Update

April is National School Library Month

After the spring break, April was a busy month in the GCHS Library. Nearly 5,000 students used the library during lunch periods, study halls and senior privilege periods. In celebration of National School Library month we ran our annual K-12 library contest. The winning entries are now on display in the library windows. We are gearing up for the busy days of research that happen after AP exams end. If you need help with a research based lesson, or finding lab space, come see your librarians.
Until next month,
Margaux & Evangeline

"Your School Library Where Learning Never Ends" Contest Winners!

Thanks to everyone who participated in our National School Library Month contest. Our students did a wonderful job answering the question, "How does your school library help you learn?" through their delightful posters and artwork. We had a hard time picking winners but a lot of fun seeing all our entries. It brightened our day! Come see how they brighten our hallway, where many of the entries are displayed.
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Beyond Web 2.0 - The Research Process at Garden City High School

In late April, GCHS librarian Margaux Calemmo presented at the state conference for the School Library Media Specialists of Southeastern New York. In her presentation, she covered how the library curriculum supports the 9-12 research mandate at Garden City High School. For more information on her presentation, click here:

Garden City High School Library

Proud to be librarians in the #1 high school on Long Island:
Margaux DelGuidice-Calemmo
Evangeline King