Learning Commons Updates

Wow! We’ve had an exciting week in the LC this week! On Tuesday, Mrs. Frey and Mrs. Sherman were awarded with their library learning commons certification from Cobb county! We are so thankful for the support from our administration, staff, parents, and students in our efforts throughout this process!

All 15 of our maker Monday spots filled very quickly! Don’t forget students can visit other mornings before school and during the day as long as they have a pass from their teacher and have a plan for their creations. Also, the fourth nine weeks Biblionasium challenge started this week! It will end May 10th! Log and read seven books to complete the challenge for an individual prize, and the grade level that logs the most books will receive a pizza party!

We will continuously need donations for the makerspace as well! Think about donations similar to the STEM lab! Feel free to donate art supplies, duct tape, pipe cleaners, Popsicle sticks, plastic baggies, rubber bands, straws, glue, cotton balls, string and plastic cups! If you can create something out of it, then consider donating it! Donations will be going on year-round, and you can drop off donations in the learning commons. Thank you in advance for your help with this!

Technology Tip Tuesday

This week’s reminder is an update about the fourth nine weeks Biblionasium challenge! The challenge is open, and it will end May 10th! The grade level who reads and logs the most books will receive a pizza party! The goal is to read seven books by May 10th!

Learning Commons Updates

This week was another busy week in the learning commons! All 15 of our maker Monday spots filled very quickly! Don’t forget students can visit other mornings before school and during the day as long as they have a pass from their teacher and have a plan for their creations. First grade classes started to visit to create their landform projects with perler beads this week. They did a great job! Additionally, small group and whole group check out continued this week too!

Check back for more information about the new biblionasium challenge!

We will continuously need donations for the makerspace as well! Think about donations similar to the STEM lab! Feel free to donate art supplies, duct tape, pipe cleaners, Popsicle sticks, plastic baggies, rubber bands, straws, glue, cotton balls, string and plastic cups! If you can create something out of it, then consider donating it! Donations will be going on year-round, and you can drop off donations in the learning commons. Thank you in advance for your help with this!

Technology Tip Tuesday

This week’s tip is another reminder about the Biblionasium challenge that ends TODAY (March 12th)! Each student’s goal is to read and log 1,500 minutes! If you have questions about how to login or log minutes, please let Mrs. Sherman know.

Learning Commons Updates

This week was another busy week in the learning commons! All 15 of our maker Monday spots filled very quickly! Don’t forget students can visit other mornings before school and during the day as long as they have a pass from their teacher and have a plan for their creations. All second grade classes visited to construct castles to end their fairy tale unit, and Mrs. Ross brought all her classes to “break out” some shapes! Additionally, small group and whole group check out continued this week too!

Don’t forget that the third nine weeks Biblionasium challenge (read and log 1500 minutes by March 12th) is ending next week!

We will continuously need donations for the makerspace as well! Think about donations similar to the STEM lab! Feel free to donate art supplies, duct tape, pipe cleaners, Popsicle sticks, plastic baggies, rubber bands, straws, glue, cotton balls, string and plastic cups! If you can create something out of it, then consider donating it! Donations will be going on year-round, and you can drop off donations in the learning commons. Thank you in advance for your help with this!

Technology Tip Tuesday

This week’s technology tip is a reminder about the Biblionasium challenge that ends March 12th! Each student’s goal is to read and log 1,500 minutes! If you have questions about how to login or log minutes, please let Mrs. Sherman know.

Learning Commons Updates

This week was another busy week in the learning commons! All 15 of our maker Monday spots filled very quickly! Don’t forget students can visit other mornings before school and during the day as long as they have a pass from their teacher and have a plan for their creations. We also celebrated Read Across America week this week with readers from Durham middle school visiting classrooms. Also, don’t forget Friday is dress up like a book character day with the Kindergarten parade in the morning!

Don’t forget that the third nine weeks Biblionasium challenge (read and log 1500 minutes by March 12th) is happening!

 

We will continuously need donations for the makerspace as well! Think about donations similar to the STEM lab! Feel free to donate art supplies, pipe cleaners, Popsicle sticks, plastic baggies, rubber bands, straws, glue, cotton balls, string and plastic cups! If you can create something out of it, then consider donating it! Donations will be going on year-round, and you can drop off donations in the learning commons. Thank you in advance for your help with this!

 

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