Anderson-Shiro Elementary Library
March 25 - April 19 One Book One School - Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane (See reading schedule)
April 15 - 19 Scholastic Book Fair
The library is open throughout the school day with exception to the following:
Library is closed for lunch duty and lunch from 11:20- 12:20
Author Visit: Debbie Leland
The guest author, Debbie Leland, had us all laughing on Thursday morning as we enjoyed her tale of The Jalapeno Man. She shared the journey to become an author and the practice and hard work it can take to reach that goal. It was a great experience for our students!
The mission of the Anderson-Shiro Elementary School Library is to ensure that students are effective users of ideas and information. The library strives to provide the school students, staff and community with a wide range of materials. The library seeks to provide access to a variety of interesting and current materials on appropriate levels of difficulty that will encourage growth in knowledge, establish a life-long love of reading, and foster information literacy. The library is eager to be an extension of classroom learning where students and teachers have access to materials and resources beyond the classroom walls.
About Mrs. Parrott
My name is Jennifer Parrott. I am a mother of 2, and a wife of 25 years. My oldest graduated from Navasota and is now married, and my youngest is attending Blinn College. My hobbies outside of school are crocheting new creations and having new adventures. I love to serve the Lord, and am very active at Anderson Baptist Church. I have began a journey serving through missionary trips to Honduras. This has been an awesome experience which I plan to continue for many years to come.
Kids from Honduras
Our mission trip
American and Honduran extended family