Library Media Minute

December 2014

Library use by the numbers

In November...

9th graders read 29 books

10th graders read 107 books

11th graders read 168 books

12th graders read 118 books

Faculty and staff read 37 books

Noodle Tools

Projects requiring citations are easy to complete using Noodle Tools. Noodle Tools allows students to create notecards, outlines, and works cited pages. All projects are saved and can be shared with the teacher.

Tech Tips


All eBooks allow for unlimited, simultaneous access.

The eBooks can be accessed through the SLS eBook Library Catalog or from Follett Destiny. There is a heavy emphasis on content in support of Common Core Standards with informational text (non-fiction) from all disciplines: Science, Math, Social Studies, English Language Arts.

Hilton HS Library

The Hilton High School Library Media Center serves as the learning hub of the school. A shared learning space where learners come together to develop the skills they need to succeed as life-long learners in our rapid-paced, global society. The mission of the Hilton High School Library Media Center is to empower students to be enthusiastic readers, critical thinkers, creative problem solvers, skillful researchers, and ethical users of information.