It is the mission of the Patterson International Library, which is part of Jefferson County Public Schools, to provide an environment where students have the opportunity to enjoy literacy while becoming efficient and effective users of information and technology.
Time for a Brain Break! Use the following links to help out:
Move to Learn
Move to Learn
Adventure to Fitness
New!!! Check out our Patterson International Media Broadcasts.
This is our online catalog. Students may look up resources that we
own in our library.
Arapahoe Libraries offer great online reading to children.
Check out TumbleBooks.
Patterson's Poetry Corner
Check out poems created by students at Patterson
5th Grade Short Story eBooks
Click on the icon above to read short story eBooks created by Ms. Merluzzi's class. Look for more student writing in the future.
No, this is not APA or MLA, but students are beginning to look for what is important when citing a source they use when communicating thoughts.
This is another version of our online catalog. This version has more search capabilities, but is more difficult for younger students to use.
Our brand new set of eBooks.
Thank you Arbordale for providing the grant
for our school to have these.
A new way to learn through online conversations.
Tutorials on how to do certain things on different software.
(YPP, Acuity, Google Apps,
Schoology, Password Reset, etc.)
Click here to learn about being smart online.
Here is a link to the Jefferson County Public Library site. If a students cannot find a resource in our library, have them try looking it up and getting it from the public library.
Jeffco Google Apps is the site where students have access to their educational Google Apps. All students are able to use it. Ask students how to access their accounts to view their work.
Brain Pop Jr. provides videos and activities for
K-3 students that deal with different subjects.
Educreations allows students to create and listen to lessons
about many different topics.
Using Technology is a section for links that allow you to use web 2.0 tools to create projects. Have a try.
This link will send you to different math
websites to support student learning.