Our media staff and volunteers have been busy all week setting up for the Scholastic book fair! We hope you will join us to shop the book fair Monday, November 18 – Friday, November 22. We’ll be open for business any time the library is open all week. Pick up something new to read over […]
Show your love for the Walton Library by purchasing a peace, love, books t-shirt or tote bag. T-shirts now available in gray or red! Drop off your order form and money in the library; all orders must be turned in by November 5. Shirts will be delivered by November 15. Click here for order form. […]
The Information Center Ambassadors are off to a great start this year! As Information Center Ambassadors (ICA), our goal is to encourage student learning and provide leadership and community service opportunities through promoting Walton’s library resources. ICA members have a strong passion for helping the community and sparking a passion for reading in others. Look […]
More than 850 freshmen and sophomores got to know the Walton Library this fall and learn more about Silent Sustained Reading (SSR). What is SSR? Simply put, it is recreational reading or reading for pleasure. Many Walton lit teachers have embraced SSR and are offering uninterrupted blocks of class time for students to read books […]
There was a lot going on in 2018-2019! Read all about it in our annual report.
Congratulations to senior Ralph Liu, our Walton Library Patron of the Year. This year Ralph borrowed a whopping 86 books from our library. Thanks, Ralph, for your continued library love. We will miss you next year!
The 2019 Beach Book Giveaway is now underway, and we have over 1,000 free books just waiting to be read! Be sure to drop by your Walton library to check it out. A big THANK YOU to Walton’s band, Half Price Books, and the many individuals who donated items for this year’s giveaway. #SUMMERREADING #FEEDYOURBRAIN
Thanks to everyone who dropped by our Flipgrid tutorial today. We hope you had as much fun as we did playing with this innovative tech tool.
Join us in celebrating National Poetry Month this year by adding a poem to our Poet Tree. Entrants’ names will be added to a prize drawing for books, posters, Raider Joe’s coffee, and more.
Tara Westover’s Educated proved to be a great pick for our spring faculty and staff book club meeting. The thought-provoking memoir gave us so much to talk about–we could have discussed for hours. Of course, the snacks made the get-together even more fun. Thanks to everyone who pitched in! Nominations for our fall title will begin […]