- Students are allowed to check out one book at a time.
- There are no late fees, but students may lose take home priviledges with their teacher if books are not returned in a timely manner.
- Books are due back to the library after one week, but can be renewed multiple times.
- Care should be taken to maintain the condition of library materials.
Lost or Damaged Library Materials
Library Reading Challenges 23/24 School Year
As part of a new innitiative to encourage our to students to read a greater number and variety of chapter books, Ms. Chelsea is offering a challenge. If you read three chapter books that correspond to a theme in Ms. Chelsea's reading passport, you can earn a prize! Prizes include books, stickers, bookmarks, eraser and cerificates for Mod pizza in Woodland (yum!). See above for the list of monthly themes.
Younger students (TK-3) have the opportunity to play Book Bingo! If you score a bingo on your card, you can earn a library prize. Happy reading!
Story Explorers: Reading Group
Mock Caldecott Award Winner: This Story is Not About a Kitten Illustrated By Carson Ellis
Mock Caldecott Award Competition
During the month of January, students read a selection of picture books and learned about illustrators and artistic techniques. They then voted on which book should be given the Caldecott Award, an award given for excellence in children's book illustration. The winner was "This Story is Not About a Kitten," illustrated by Carson Ellis.