Celebrate the birthday of Dr. Seuss all this week and visit us to discover a great new read or revisit an old favorite!
To pick up a book and read with a child.
You’re never too busy, too cool, or too hot,
To pick up a book and share what you’ve got.
In schools and communities,
Let’s gather around,
Let’s pick up a book,
Let’s pass it around.
There are kids all around you,
Kids who will need
Someone to hug,
Someone to read.
Come join us March 2nd
Your own special way
And make this America’s
Read to Kids Day.
Credit: “Read Across America Poem.” Read Across America, National Education Association, 2017, www.nea.org/grants/read-across-america-poem.html. Accessed 26 Feb. 2018.
Welcome back from the break! I hope the time off put you into an energized state of mind as we head toward spring and the Milestones.
If you were able to continue your research on the organ system you selected prior to break, AWESOME! Two thumbs up. If you didn’t find the time to work on your project…no worries, today you can use the entire class time on TUESDAY to complete your notes, gather images, etc.
***FINALIZED PROJECT IS DUE THURSDAY, MARCH 1st***
Your goals this week:
Use your time in the media center for research and note-taking on your organ system.
*Highly recommend you use February break to continue note-taking in Office365
***You will be coming back to the media center to learn how to create a Sway from your notes on Monday, February 26.***
NEW FOR STUDENTS!
Welcome to Library PASS, the new “student library card” for all of Cobb County Public Libraries! You now have access to all of their online resources plus the ability to check out books and audiobooks, use computers/wifi and more from any physical library branch in Cobb County.
Students will log in with the following:
username: your student lunch number
password: your birthday month & day (example: for a birthday of January 6, you would enter 0106)
For more information, view the slides below.