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DOWNLOADING KEYBOARDING FOR HOME INSTRUCTIONS(TYPE TO LEARN 4)

Type to Learn 4a




 Click here for more specific grade level information and EXTRA CREDIT BOOK REPORT FORMS here:  http://lasalle2library.wikispaces.com/     

MIDDLE SCHOOL(6,7th and 8th) EXTRA CREDIT BOOK REPORTS UPLOADED UNDER EXTRA CREDIT ON THE WIKISPACE LINK ABOVE!

Copies available in the library and computer labs!

LOOK BELOW FOR 2015 BATTLE OF THE BOOKS!       

                                     

TECH REQUEST ( For Teachers Only!)                                                                                                                                               

                                                                                                                                                                                                
              
                                                                               WELCOME TO LASALLE II LIBRARY!     
                             
LIBRARY MISSION STATEMENT
  • To promote life long learning
  • To make information accessible for faculty and students
  • To provide technological opportunities
  • To promote student learning by becoming effective users of information literacy
TEACHERS AND STUDENTS READ AROUND THE WORLD! 
Teachers and students will explore exciting destinations from around the world during the school day! Students come to the library once a week and love to read in the beautiful new loft among the other worldly additions to the library decor! The library reflects the school's major focus of foreign languages from the artistic Spanish tiles to the geometric patterned Arabic screens. If you have not seen the library, please do so! Students will discover new cultures as they read around the world!
 
To promote global learning, students have access to books in Mandarin, Arabic, and Spanish as well as multicultural books.
 
CURRENTLY WORKING ON:
LIBRARY

 Students are learning and researching the holiday, Cinco De Mayo. Eight centers are set up in the library that consist of different activities revolving around Cinco De Mayo. There is a vocabulary center, a nonfiction center, an art center, a scavenger hunt center and more. Students enjoy learning about the holiday through the various subjects. Primary students are also learning about fairytales and the different versions of fairytales. We are starting with Cinderella fairytales so ask them about CinderEdna, Cinderpenguin and Adelita!! Students are comparing and contrasting the different versions and learning about the cultures woven through the fairytales as well. 


Library Schedule 
Tuesday-6B, 109, 124 and 123(alternating)
Wednesday-7A, 110, 224, 201(alternating)
Thursday-7b, 108, 223, 202, 8A(every Thursday)
Friday: 7b, 223, 108,202, 8th (computers- every Friday)


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COMPUTERS/IPADS:

 Students can participate in  Hour of Code  at home now that they have the basics to get them started.!Throughout the year, students will be completing various research projects using digital tools! Grades will be combined with their library grades so students must be serious and creative DIGITAL LEARNERS! Students will be learning how to create google forms via Google Drive! Students in upper grades are learning how to utilize presentations in Google Drive. Students in fourth and above will also be learning critical thinking skills about digital citizenship and financial literacy from everfi.com. Primary grades are currently learning about taking care of the environment via eekoworld.com. Upper grades are learning to use Google slides and creating google slides using their research on their Native American. 



STUDENT PRINTING PROCEDURES






 


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 GET KEANE ON READING!
 
BATTLE OF THE BOOKS 2015!!!!
*First 5 books out--Get a head start!

Grades 4-6
Diamond in the Desert by Kathryn Fitzmaurice

Dogs on Duty by Dorothy Patent

Flora and Ulysses by Kate DiCamillo

The Mad Potter by Jan Greenberg

Ungifted by Gordon Korman

Grades 7-8
Counting by 7s by Holly Goldberg Sloan

March. Book 1. By John Lewis. 

Navigating Early by Clare Vanderpool

One Came Home by Amy Timberlake

Unstoppable by Tim Green


 





 
 
 
 
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