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LEXILE/AR Converter
Click the Graph Below
https://sites.google.com/a/hattiesburgpsd.com/woodley-library/home/cb65383394689ad1f0a84240365a9f97.jpg
Type in the names/ or copy and paste from SAM's list
Type in Lexiles from MAP scores
It will calculate the AR level automatically
*Thanks to Linda Owens, librarian from Grace Christian
for the handy chart*
Magnolia
http://magnolia.msstate.edu/
password: magn0897


EVENTS

WAY TO GO WILDCATS!!


LIBRARY PATRON OF THE MONTH






The Woodley Elementary school library is dedicated to providing the best service and resources for the students, parents and faculty that attend Woodley Elementary. As with all the libraries in the district, we strictly adhere to rules and guidelines set out by the Mississippi Department of Education's (MDE) Mississippi School Library Guide. The purpose of the Mississippi School Library Guide is to provide guidelines and establish uniformity of policies and procedures for school library programs in Mississippi’s schools. This guide was developed by library professionals who believe that the educational integrity of a school is strengthened by the quality of the services provided by the school library program.

To find more information on matters such as.. . . .
  • Collection Guidelines                      pg. 39
  • Weeding Collection                        pg. 41
  • Challenged Materials                      pg. 42

Simply click the image below. If you have any further questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Mrs Seal at 601 - 583 - 8112 ext 4045


http://www.mde.k12.ms.us/docs/curriculum-and-instructions-library/mississippi-school-library-guide-2014-new.pdf?sfvrsn=2

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RULES AND GUIDELINES
Step 1- Check out library book
Step 2- Read book
Step 3- Take AND PASS AR test
Step 4- Return book

REMEMBER FINDING A POKEMON AND CATCHING A POKEMON ARE TWO DIFFERENT THINGS.

IF THERE IS A POKEMON IN YOUR BOOK, TAKE THE TEST AND PASS THE TEST. THEN ASK YOUR TEACHER TO INITIAL YOUR POKEDEX IN THE CORRECT NUMBERED SPACE. EACH TEACHER HAS A POKEMON CHART
RETURN TO THE LIBRARY AND SHOW YOUR POKEDEX TO MRS SEAL. IF YOUR TEACHER DIDN'T SIGN IT, MRS SEAL CAN LOOK UP YOUR AR BOOKSHELF TO MAKE SURE YOU PASSED THE TEST.

PUT THE POKEMON ON YOUR POKEDEX AND KEEP YOUR POKEDEX SAFE. IF YOU LOSE IT, YOU WILL HAVE TO START ALL OVER.

THERE ARE 25 DIFFERENT POKEMON HIDING IN THE LIBRARY. EACH POKEMON IS IN 90 DIFFERENT BOOKS, IN VARYING LEVELS, SO DON'T GET DISCOURAGED IF ONE ESCAPES.

* * * HINT * * *
POKEMON ARE ELEMENTAL. LOOK FOR POKEMONS IN BOTH FICTION AND NON-FICTION BOOKS THAT ARE SIMILAR TO POKEMON'S ELEMENT. FOR EXAMPLE: PIKACHU. PIKACHU IS AN ELECTRICITY POKEMON SO HE MIGHT BE IN A BOOK ABOUT LIGHTNING, THOMAS EDISON, STORMS OR PERHAPS A BOOK WITH LIGHTNING IN THE TITLE.

HAPPY HUNTING!!