TheLewsiburg Middle School Library currently has over 9,300 books, 21 magazine subscriptions, 15 student computers, and various reading centers. Classes are scheduled by literature teachers to come weekly. Computers are used for individual and class research, assignments, and projects. Books may be checked out by students for a period of two weeks. The library is open at 6:45 each morning, Student may come to the library during study hall, break, or during their regularly scheduled library time. Books may be rechecked once.
Students key in their assigned ID# on the keypad at the Circulation Desk for checking out. Students are responsible for replacement costs on all lost or damaged books.
Selection of Materials
Materials are selected to serve both teachers and students. The library media center contains a balanced comprehensive collection of media. This collection contributes to the instructional program of the schools and also includes materials, which provide for recreation and enrichment.
In general, learning resources shall be selected for their strengths, rather than rejected for their weaknesses. The following criteria are used as a guide in selection: literary and artistic excellence/ lasting importance or significance to a field of knowledge/ contribution to the curriculum and the educational goals of the school/ favorable reviews found in standard selection sources/ reputation of author, producer, and publisher/ high degree of potential user appeal/ quality, durability, and variety of format/ value commensurate with cost and/or need.
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THE DOUGHNUT FIX
Tristan isn’t Gifted or Talented like his sister Jeanine, and he’s always been okay
with that because he can make a perfect chocolate chip cookie and he lives in the
greatest city in the world. But his life takes a turn for the worse when his parents
decide to move to middle-of-nowhere Petersville--a town with one street and no
restaurants. It’s like suddenly they're supposed to be this other family, one that
can survive without bagels and movie theaters.
His suspicions about his new town are confirmed when he’s tricked into believing
the local general store has life-changing, chocolate cream doughnuts, when in fact
the owner hasn’t made them in years. And so begins the only thing that could
make life in Petersville worth living: getting the recipe, making the doughnuts,
and bringing them back to the town through his very own doughnut stand.
But Tristan will soon discover that when starting a business, it helps to be both
Gifted and Talented, and it's possible he's bitten off more than he can chew…
Language Arts Library Schedule
Monday & Thursday - 6th grade
Tuesday & Wednesday - 7th grade
Friday - 8th grade
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journal articles, experiment ideas, and a roundup of the latest science stories in the news
The Smithsonian offers thousands of resources for educators, including lesson plans, virtual tours of their latest exhibits, and the opportunity to connect with experts in the field.
Glogster bills itself as a tool for making interactive posters, or glogs, containing pictures, text, video, links, and animation. A glog on To Kill a Mockingbird might contain a link to the Scottsboro trial, a clip from the Gregory Peck movie, and a drawing of the tree where Boo Radley leaves gifts for Scout. Fun!
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Teaching Tolerance offers activities and teaching kits on topics ranging from the civil rights movement to the separation of church and state.
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