Spring Hill Intermediate

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Primary Library

SPRING HILL INTERMEDIATE LIBRARY


"The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go."

Dr. Seuss

Welcome to the Intermediate Library! We are so excited to be able to encourage the love of reading in your child through a variety of activities in the library. Not only will we share all genres of books, we will explore the world, solve puzzles, create projects and play mind stretching games. We will host a Scholastic Book Fair in the spring which is always a fun time for the students, parents and extended families. Our goal is to show your students just how much fun reading can be. Please contact me, Jena Wayt (librarian) or Sherry Phillips (librarian assistant extraordinaire), with any questions you might have.


Jena Wayt Sherry Phillips

jwayt@shisd.net sphillips@shisd.net


Search the Intermediate Library catalog using the link below.

shisd.follettdestiny.com/common/welcome.jsp?context=saas28_4256781

What is AR?

Accelerated Reader (AR) is a program that SH uses in grades 1-5, to help students strengthen their reading skills. Twice a year, the students take a computerized test (Star), that lets the teachers know what level the student is reading on. This level, known as the Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD), is what the students use to find books in the library on their level. They read these books and take AR tests over them to make sure that they are comprehending what they are reading, and they also earn points on the tests that they take. Teachers set goals for how many points a student should get as well as what their test average should be for each marking period. When the students demonstrate mastery on a level, the teacher can increase their ZPD so that they will have more challenging books to read. The goal of using this program is to motivate students to read and in the process, become stronger readers.


Parents & Students: The website to check your books from home to see if it is an AR book and to check the level is:

General Information:


  • Due to limited checkout time, only 5th grade students will be able to check out two books at a time.

  • Students with any overdue book may not check out another book until the late book is returned or paid for.

  • Fines are not charged for late books, but damaged, destroyed or lost books will have to be paid for before the students can check out other books.

Check out our New Ebooks from Follett E Shelf!

ebook website: https://wbb40294.follettshelf.com

username: springhill

password: panthers


Parent Resources:

STAAR:

https://www.texasassessment.gov/find-a-book.html


Free ebooks and audiobooks:


Audible for Kids

https://www.tumblebooklibrary.com/auto_login.aspx?U=shprimary&P=books

https://www.juniorlibraryguild.com/jlgdigital-free


Authors' read alouds:

Dan Gutman on Facebook (FB): Just search Dan Gutman on FB and it will take you to his site.

Patrcia Polaco reads aloud Rechenka's Eggs.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4aXCk5A3X-0&authuser=0

Mo Willems reads aloud I Really Like Slop!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c8cYF_O9_hA&authuser=0

Eric Carle reads aloud The Very Hungry Caterpillar.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vkYmvxP0AJI&authuser=0

Betty White reads aloud Harry the Dirty Dog.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=7j0OY3236jw


Various actors reading aloud:

www.storylineonline.net

Kate Messner activities for PreK-2nd:

https://www.katemessner.com/learning-at-home-resources-for-primary-grades-prek-2/


Kate Messner activities for 3rd-5th:

https://www.katemessner.com/learning-at-home-resources-for-intermediate-grades-3-5/


John R. Erickson reads Hank the Cowdog:

https://youtu.be/U_tHisRvQJg


~2022-2023 School Year in the Intermediate Library~


New Book Vending Machine at the Intermediate!!


SAVE THE DATE!

SPRING HILL INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL BOOK FAIR 2023

Monday, March 27th - Friday, March 31st

3101 SPRING HILL RD, LONGVIEW, TX 75605

~2021-2022 School Year in the Intermediate Library~

Reading is Fundamental Grant

Dear Parent/Guardian(s) of Intermediate student(s),

Over the summer, Reading is Fundamental (RIF) contacted Spring Hill ISD to let us know that our local Dollar General was interested in partnering with us through “Reading Is Fundamental” Books for Ownership Program. Through this partnership, 2,865 books will be given to students PreK-5th grade.


Special thanks to Mike Fischer (Assistant Director of DG), Chris Murphy (Assistant Director of DG), and Casey Hale (Sr. Manager of Human Resources for DG) for being part of our Book Day by presenting books to students.



Google Keep Document

Dollar General, RIF, and SHISD believe that together we can make a real difference by giving students access to more books through ownership.

March 2022 SPRING HILL INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL BOOK FAIR

3101 SPRING HILL RD, LONGVIEW, TX 75605

Thank you for a very successful book fair! Because of you, our library will be able to purchase more books for our students!

PUMPKIN CONTEST October 2021

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