– ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS –
Check Your Textbooks for Damage!
What to look for: writing, ripped pages, broken binding, water damage.
Be sure to check the inside cover of each textbook to see if the damage has been noted
before bringing concerns to the library.
Any concerns not noted in the textbook & initialed by library staff
MUST BE REPORTED TO AVOID BEING HELD RESPONSIBLE AT THE END OF THE YEAR.
YOU are responsible for the condition of your textbooks!
Damages should be reported before school, at lunch,
and after school.
DO NOT COME DURING CLASS TIME TO REPORT DAMAGES.
LAST DAY TO REPORT DAMAGES
Friday, Sept. 30.
VOTE for YALSA's Teen's Top Ten
The Teens' Top Ten is a "teen choice" list, where teens nominate and choose their favorite books of the previous year! Readers ages twelve to eighteen will vote online between August 15 and Teen Read Week™ (October 9-15, 2016) here on the Teens' Top Ten site. The winners will be announced the week after Teen Read Week.
If You Love the Book .... Are You Excited to See the Move?
Check Out These Highlights from AASL Best Websites for 2016
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The First Year | College Readiness
College librarians, and others who work closely with college freshmen, understand that their high school colleagues are already pressed to do much with little. Yet that doesn’t mean they don’t have a wish list of what first-year students should come armed with in terms of scholarly skills.