Summer Reading Challenge

Don’t stop reading this summer.  Read all summer long and come back stronger in the fall.  Click here to access all of the reading resources available to Cobb County students:  https://cobbsummerreading.com/

 

Ms. Stanley has a CHALLENGE that is OUT OF THIS WORLD!!!  She has once again created a BINGO card that is FUN and involves the family.  Find out more about it by clicking on this link:  Summer Reading Challenge

 

You can also log each minute that you read using an electronic resource called Biblionasium.  Our goal for every student is 1500 minutes, or 20 minutes per day.  First, login in to Cobb Digital Library by clicking on this link: https://cobbmackinvia.com

Students will be required to use their Office 365 account login.  It is their firstname.lastname@cobbk12.org & PW is 123.

Once logged in, look on the left side of the screen.  You will see the word, “databases” and click.  The second database listed is Biblionasium.  Click on the green “Open Now” button.  You will want to log in USING DESTINY.  On the left side of the screen, you will see a little red flag with the word CHALLENGES beside it.  Click on it, and it will give you a link to the challenge.

Did you know that every Cobb County student automatically has a public library card?  Your child has FREE access to hundreds of resources 24/7.  Click on the image below for more information.

You can also participate in the public library summer activities and receive rewards.  Chick here for their elementary activities page:  SRP 2019 Elementary Reading Log updated

 

 

Accessing Cobb Digital Library from HOME

Cobb Digital Library offers students a number of resources that can be accessed from home.  To login, simply click on Cobb Digital Library from our school website or the district website.  Students will need to use their Office 365, or O365 login.  It is:

firstname.lastname@students.cobbk12.org

If a password is required, it will be the same password that they use at school.

The Scholastic Book Fair Has Arrived!

It is that time again.  Our fall book fair will run Monday, October 29th-Friday, November 2nd.  We have so many wonderful books, and books make great gifts for the holidays.  Most of our students have had an opportunity to watch a preview video, showcasing great titles, and classes have walked through the fair.  There is always a lot to see.

Our fair opens at 7:15 each morning.  However, students need to check in with their teacher before arriving in the fair.  If accompanied by a parent, they can come in and shop during morning announcements.  Each grade level has been assigned a time to shop, so if a child is not accompanied by a parent, they will need to wait until their grade level’s assigned time.

We do remain open each day after school.  On Wednesday (Halloween), we will close at 2:00 PM, but Thursday, we will stay open until 5:00 PM. We will close early on Friday @ 1:00 PM.

Parents, if you wish to purchase a book for your child’s teacher, you may do so by pulling their little black box off the top of the cases in the fair.  The teachers have selected books that they know their students will enjoy reading.  So, you are helping that teacher to build a classroom library.  What an awesome gift!

Summer Reading Challenge

Do your children like to stay ACTIVE during the summer months? Are you constantly looking for fun activities to keep them occupied? I created a BINGO card to keep your child reading AND having fun. Not only will these activities keep them reading, but they are building lasting memories, as well. PRIZES will be given to the students who can meet my challenge. Look for the BINGO card on the main page of Pitner website. Scrapbooks need to be turned into your child’s “new” homeroom teacher by Friday, August 10, 2018. Enjoy your summer!!!

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