• Library Gr 1 Rm 18

    Instructor: Grant, T.

        A Year At A Glance

    First Grade Curricular Goals
    • Parts of a Book
    • Author study
    • features of non-fiction books
    • features of fictional text
    • basic keyboard skills
    • introduction to organization of the library
    • introduction to computer logins and access to software

Announcements

  • Library Schedule

    Book exchange or Library class schedule   Kindergarten:                      Mrs. Bunte - Wednesday                     Mrs. Cooney - Friday                     Mrs. Kaiser- Monday                     Mrs. Troupe- Tuesday   First Grade:                         Mrs. Bonner- Friday                      Mrs. Costa - Monday                      Mrs. Federico - Thursday                      Mrs. Richmond - Wednesday  Second Grade:                    Mrs. Fusaro - Monday                                     Mrs.  MacAndrew - Friday                           Miss Olson - Wednesday                      Third Grade:                    Mrs. Alicchio- Wednesday class/Thursday book exchange                         Mrs. Dufresne - Tuesday class / Thursday book exchange                         Mrs. Dunn-Wednesday class/ Wednesday book exchange                                       Mrs. Fiore- Monday class/Tuesday book exchange                       Fourth:                   Mrs. Evans - Tuesday class                               Miss Gibbons-Wednesday class                   Mrs. Underhill-Monday class         Book exchange for all 4th grade is…

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  • Library News

    Welcome to the school year and the State Street School Library Media Center! Your children will be using the library on an individual basis as well as scheduled sessions with their class. Your child’s schedule is on bottom of the message. During these times, they will meet to exchange books, learn research skills, and become acquainted with wonderful children’s literature.           To ensure that the Library is a resource for information along with being a fun and relaxing environment, we ask that all students return all materials on time and in good condition. Our circulation policy includes the following: ¨    Return books each week (have your child put it in their backpack when finished reading to ensure that it gets returned) ¨    Renew books by bringing them to the library ¨    Sign-out privileges may be suspended for lost, damaged or overdue material ¨    Parents/Guardians are responsible for the cost of lost or damaged materials   In order for all students to make the most of their library experience, we encourage all students to be a State Street School SHARK:  Safe, Honest, Assertive, Responsible, Kind      We are sure if everyone understands the purpose of the library, as well as the need for good behavior, all students will benefit and enjoy all the wonderful books and resources we have to offer!                                                                                     …

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