Friday, October 25, 2013
As we are finishing parent teacher conferences and second quarter is under way, I would like to challenge students to read non-fiction books this quarter. Non-fiction are tougher to read, because of the amountof information that is detailed in the book. Reading non-fiction though will help to make students better readers. The content is generally more thought provoking than fiction. If anyone has any good non-fiction book ideas that they would like to share, please email me at email@example.com.
Friday, September 13, 2013
As the school year has been under way for a few weeks and we are moving forward to conquer new things, many changes have and are coming to the library. I have taken over the position of District Media Specialist, I am trying to make a few changes. Slowly I hope for students to begin to notice the changes. We are trying to up grade to new technology measures that the students can use daily. Last year the library was able to purchase and IPAD with donations that were granted to us. The IPAD is available for students to use now. One of my goals for the year is to update our non-fiction section. as many of the state testing modules use non-fiction for testing. Soon the My Media Mall sight will be accessable to students to download e-books free of charge. Please check back weekly for any more information and updates.