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Meet Mrs. Fliess
bfliess@randall.k12.wi.us
262-537-2211
Library Hours: 7:45-3:30

Favorite color:
Yellow
Favorite candy: 
Sour Patch Watermelons
Favorite book:
A Dog’s Purpose


Library Education Curriculum Highlights


4 Year-old Kindergarten

  • Book care and selection

  • Holiday/seasonal stories

  • Library manners and etiquette

  • Recognizing parts of a book

  • Retelling favorite parts of a story

Kindergarten

  • Review parts of a book

  • Recognize the difference between author/illustrator

  • Begin story sequencing

  • Begin to learn the difference between fiction/non-fiction

  • Work through collaboration and problem solving with various STEM activities

Grade 1

  • Recognize important text features

  • Determine the difference between fiction/non-fiction

  • Begin to learn story elements

  • Recognize similarities and differences in similar stories

  • Work through collaboration and problem solving with various STEM activities

Grade 2

  • Recognize text features and know their importance

  • Create story maps along with identifying story elements

  • Learn to select books that are a good fit

  • Learn to locate books in the library

  • Work through collaboration and problem solving with various STEM activities

Grade 3

  • Learn how to use the online catalog and how to locate books

  • Learn to select books that are a good fit

  • Determine differences between fables, myths, and

folktales

  • Work through collaboration and problem solving with various STEM activities

Grade 4

  • Explore reading different genres

  • Recognize subgenres and their features

  • Recognize figurative language in texts

  • Review using online catalog and locating books

  • Work through collaboration and problem solving with various STEM activities

Grade 5

  • Review figurative language in texts

  • Review subgenres and their features

  • Identify author’s purpose

  • Know how to use online catalog and locate books independently

  • Work through collaboration and problem solving with various STEM activities


Randall Makerspace

A lot of public and school libraries are turning into places to go and create. This place is called a Makerspace. What is possible when students have unlimited resources to design, experiment, build and invent? A big thing about Makerspaces is letting the kids create and learn for themselves. They may be  building with Legos, making arts and crafts, competing to see who can make the tallest tower and much more. When they fail at something they work through it and know the library is a safe place to do this. A Makerspace also encourages collaborating and team-working. Students are learning from each other, seeing what works and what doesn’t.

Library Mission

Randall's library mission is to inspire innovative thinking, so our students are curious about the world and the way things work. We will support them in their research so they can be an asset to our community in the future.

 
Library Check Out Days

Monday
Byers
AM Fieweger
Brose
Bergeron
PM Kohlmeier

Tuesday
Sponholz
Cook
Herman
Sproul
Schleusner

Wednesday
Elblein
AM Kohlmeier
Michels
Tenney

Thursday
Johnson
Adamek
Cassaday
Fischbach
VanZeeland

Friday
Collins
Samborski
Tracy
PM Fieweger
Mangelsdorf