PreK - 12 District Teacher Librarian
Mrs. Lisa Snitker -

Allamakee Community School District Library Program
The mission of the ACSD Library Program is to meet the information literacy and research needs of our school community while supporting the curriculum through teacher/student collaboration, technology, life-long learning skills, and desire for reading.

East & West Elementary Students
Learning the Online Library Catalog




Read the Most Paired Reading Event

West El. Celebrates the 55th Day of School

Speed Dating With Books
Students in Mrs. Walleser's English 11 enjoyed a class period in the library Speed Dating With Books.  Tables were set up with selected books by genres.  Students were given 5 minutes at each table to meet and explore their future book date.  At the end of the period students choose the book that they had the most in common with and felt would be a great book to date.


 Dot Day Highlights
High school students created watercolor dots to express how they make their mark on the world.



Mike Mullin Author Visit
Ashfall Trilogy author Mike Mullin visited Waukon Jr./Sr. High Library on Friday, April 4 to meet with Honors English students in grades 8-11Students read the book Ashfall.  Mr. Mullin discussed the process of writing his books and demonstrated some of his Taekwondo skills. 
Click on the link if you would like to visit his website.




Please use our site to:

> Locate great book titles in the Alexandria Library Catalog.
> Visually link to Keystone AEA and Web resource sites.
> View book trailers and slide shows of happenings in our librar

Scholastic Book Fair

Waukon Middle/High School Library will host a book fair during ACSD Parent/Teacher Conferences from March 20-21, 2017.  Stop in to see books available to purchase and help support our library.  Thank You!

Martha Speaks
Students in grades K and 6 participate in the Martha Speaks Reading Buddies program through IPTV. Students meet once a month to do activities and partner read in the library.





Dan Wardell Visits ACSD Libraries
IPTV Kid's Club Host Dan Wardell came to Allamakee Schools in May for storytime.
It was a great visit!

Kindergarten Lesson:  Parts of a Book
Kindergarten students used the app Puppet Pals 2 to made a video showing what they learned about the parts of a book.

First Grade Lesson: Parts of a Book
First grade students used the app Tellegami to show what they learned
about the parts of a book.

Waterville Kindergarten/1st Grade Lesson
Parts of a Book

Allamakee Schools Celebrate Dot Day

International Dot Day is a global celebration of creativity, courage and collaboration centered around the book The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds.

The Dot is the story of a caring teacher who dares a doubting student to trust in her own abilities by being brave enough to “make her mark”. What begins with a small dot on a piece of paper becomes a breakthrough in confidence and courage, igniting a journey of self-discovery and sharing.

View How Allamakee Students Make Their Mark

Click On the Icons to Access PBS Learning Lab

Researching Allamakee County History
Sophomore students started research for their documentary project
with a visit to the Allamakee County Historical Museum.



Trying Out the Pano Touch Table

 Lift Off to Literacy
Do the 60-for-60 Mission
International Literacy Day celebrates the power of literacy around the world!  Let's help our students "Lift Off to Literacy" by engaging them in an extra 60 seconds of literacy activities for 60 days!

Winners of the AEA Spring Video Challenge!
Read the Most Paired Reading Event
Congratulations to Waukon Junior High, East and West Elementary on winning the Keystone AEA Spring Video Challenge. The library program won $100 in eBooks with their Read the Most Paired Reading Event video.

Click On the Icon for Access to Mackin Hosted eBooks

Mackin VIA
Type In Waukon to Find Your School

Click on the Icon for Free Picture eBooks


Dot Day iPad Art