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The Library Media Program strives to ensure that every student is information literate and proficient in the use of information in all formats including current and emerging technologies. We will provide curriculum instruction and professional development opportunities to enable students and teachers to use technology creatively and effectively for teaching and learning and to construct and communicate new knowledge

Through effective teaching and engaging learning experiences we will create a community of life-long learners, critical thinkers, insightful readers, and ethical  users of information resources prepared to participate in an evolving global society.

 

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CREATE in the Library

Fifth Grade Students Create Six Word Memoirs

After exploring the concept of a six word memoir, these fifth grade students
used various technology tools to create their own.

 

COLLABORATE in the Library

Underwood fourth grade students use the web tool, padlet, to explore the QFT (Question Formulation Technique) for the book Elizabeth Leads the Way by Tanya Lee Stone.

 

READ in the Library

Zervas first grades students went on a word hunt around the school after reading Rocket Writes a Story, collected words on sticky notes, and made a library word tree! Later, students took these found words and put them together to write collaborative sentences.

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