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Boys, welcome to the your virtual Library Tech Commons! On this website you can access help and resources, even when the school is closed. For instance, you could check out an audio book, look up an article in World Book or get some advice about your laptop from our Help Desk. If you like to make things, you will find plenty of ideas in our Make Design Tinker area. This website is a place to learn new things as well as answer your questions about the Library Tech Commons itself. Remember to give us feedback by sending us suggestions. This is a shared space and we can all contribute to making it better!

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List of 4 news stories.

  • Independent Schools Book BINGO Challenge - Grades 6, 7, 8

    Can you read 5 books from May 1 to Memorial weekend? We think you can! Enter and maybe you'll win an Amazon gift card. Details are here.
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  • What Should I Read Next?

    Fill out this form and an A-S librarian will help you find you next great book!

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  • Middle School Book Share Out

    Middle school boys can watch a new book talk everyday from Mrs. Kresberg and Ms. Okeson. You can also post your own book review videos. Just go to the library module in the Middle School Remote Learning section on Canvas.
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  • The Great Middle School Read!

    While school is taking place remotely, we are running a reading competition called The Great Middle School Read. Does your homeroom have what it takes to win a class party? 
    The Ground Rules
    1. Books must be at least 150 pages long and be appropriate to your age and reading level. Audio books count.
    2. To qualify for the competition you must have at least 150 pages left to read in your current book on the first day of the competition (or you can start a new book) The first day is Tuesday, March 31st.
    3. The party will not take place unless a class has read at least 25 books (like a minimum bid at an auction) The party will take place when we return to school this year or in the fall.
    4. A parent must sign your reading log each time you finish a book - you will submit this when you return to school
    5. Additionally, each time you finish a book you must reflect on it by completing an evaluation form. When Ms. Okeson receives your evaluation form, your class will get credit for the book.
    Here are links to the fiction evaluation form, nonfiction evaluation form, and additional book logs (should you read a great deal!)
     
    See which homeroom is in the lead! The leaderboard is updated by Ms. Okeson once a day on school days.
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Library Class Schedule

Week 1

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
2C  9:15-10:00
KGT  10:30-11:15
1G  2:15-3:00
3CC (A) 11:00-11:45
5H  12:45-1:30
3CC (B)  1:30-2:15
2H    8:45-9:30
3MB   9:45-10:30

1S  12:30-1:15
1J   1:30-2:15

KBR  9:30-10:15
3MB 11:00-11:45
2D 12:15-1:00
4B   12:45-1:30
4L   1:45-2:30
5A   12:45-1:30
KMP  1:00-1:45


Week 2

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday

2C  9:15-10:00
KGT  10:30-11:15
1G  2:15-3:00

4L: 8:30-9:15
3CC (A) 
11:00-11:45
5H  12:45-1:30
3CC (B)  1:30-2:15
2H    8:45-9:30
3MB   9
:45-10:30
1S  12:30-1:15
5A  12:45-1:30
1J   1:30-2:15 
6G+6N  8:30-9:15 
KBR   9:30-10:15
3MB 11:00-11:45
2D 12:15-1:00
4B   12:45-1:30

5A   12:45-1:30
KMP  1:00-1:45 


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