A Letter from Ms. Ashley

I really miss seeing your smiling faces and helping you find new books to read! The library sure has been quiet and empty since distance learning took over. What if I told you there is a way to stay connected with the library and your favorite librarian?…There IS! I’ve made a Google Classroom for our school library. This is where I’ll be sharing library news: reading challenges, online book fair information, new books, support for requesting library books, read-aloud videos…Everything library-related, all in one spot. PLEASE consider helping your student join my classroom so I can help support their love of reading and learning!

Ms. Ashley, Library Paraeducator

School Library Google Classroom Link

Class Code: CWUAJZE

Young Writers Poetry Contest

Calling all writers!!

The Young American Poetry Digest is looking for poems written by students. If you like to write, this is a perfect opportunity for you to use your skills! All the information to participate is in the flyers below. It does not cost money and it is not required to do. If our school participates by submitting at least 1 poem we will receive a free book of poems for the library! We can even receive a $100 reward if we are 1 of 10 schools with the most poems submitted!

Please let me know if you have questions or need help and want to participate.
Happy Writing!
-Ms. Ashley

New Titles Added to the Library!

Our most popular book series, Diary of a Wimpy Kid and Dog Man, are now complete! We had a few books get lost over the years that we needed to replace, and now we have the newest titles available for check out: “Dog Man – Grime and Punishment” and “Diary of a Wimpy Kid – The Deep End”.

I was even able to add to our biography section with some new books about Ruth Bader Ginsburg!

I used the money we earned from our Book Fair to purchase these new books – thank you so much for your support!