A list of students with overdue library books is posted on the window of the library. If your name is on this list, return your library books ASAP. If they are lost, you must pay for them. Please see the library if you have any questions. Bills will be going home in the mail on Friday, May 8 for all outstanding items. Thanks for your cooperation!
All library books were due on Friday, May 1. All books that are still out will be marked as lost and reported in PowerSchool by the end of Monday, May 4. As soon as they are returned to the library, all fines will be removed. If you believe you have a fine in error, please see the library as soon as possible.
And don't forget you can still check out ebooks. The district's collection of ebooks is available 24/7 all year round. See the library for more information.
Join the library for showings of If I Stay and The Princess Bride, this Saturday February 14 from 7:00pm-11:00pm. Admission is free. We will be selling popcorn, sweet treats, and water. Please sign up in advance to attend. A signup sheet is available at the library desk.
Need a date for Valentine's Day? Head to the library for a blind date with a book. About 20 "dates" are on the tables in the library, waiting for you to check them out. There are dark and mysterious dates. Bright and funny dates. And even some adventurous dates. Check one out today. They will be available through February 13.
What: Making Music: The Library's 1st Maker Space Event
When: 2:30-3:30 Wednesday, February 4
Why: Learn how you can use music apps to create music with the library's maker space, even if you're not a musician!
Where: The Library, of course!
We hope to see you there!
The library is now serving coffee, tea, and hot chocolate on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 7:15am-7:40am. Enjoy the extra 15 minutes of library time and help the library raise money for more beanbag chairs and other awesome things to help make the library a more comfortable and flexible learning space. Hot drinks are $1.00 for an 8 ounce cup and $1.25 for a 16 ounce cup.
This week's book of the week is Cinder by Marissa Meyer. As plague ravages the overcrowded Earth, observed by a ruthless lunar people, Cinder, a gifted mechanic and cyborg, becomes involved with handsome Prince Kai and must uncover secrets about her past in order to protect the world in this futuristic take on the Cinderella story.
Cinder is more than just a retelling of Cinderella. Cinder imagines what China might be like in the future. It envisions a world where cyborgs exist, but are treated as slaves. It explores the idea of identity and fate. This complex story is brilliant told. Cinder is a great character. Prince Kai is well developed.
Check it out today!
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