Please come out and join us for some Great Family Fun!

We will be playing BINGO to win new or gently used books.

Snacks will be available to purchase.


For: All K-12 TCN Families and Students

When: February  5th (if 2 hour delay or snow day it will be the 7th)

Where: TCN Multipurpose room in the elementary

Time: 5:30- 7:30

Cost: $2.00 a board (pay at the door)


*Bring in an item for the Humane Society and receive a free board.

See below for items needed.

Seats are limited so please R.S.V.P.

Students in grades K-8 must be accompanied by an adult

Contact: Stephanie Caudill @ 937-962-2675 or

Rachel Davidson @ 937-962-2673







Tri-County North Schools is helping our community by donating items 

for the Humane Society of Preble County. They are in need of supplies.

Starting January 14th- February  8th please bring in any of the following 

products to the HS/MS or Elementary libraries:


Dry Adult Dog Food
Dry Puppy Food
Canned Puppy Food*
Dry Cat Food

Dry Kitten Food
Paper Towels
Liquid Laundry Detergent
Liquid Lysol and/or Fabulosa
Bleach
Scoopable Kitty Litter

* While they accept any brand, experience has shown Pedigree Beef/Chicken Flavor is most preferred among puppies. 


If you would  like to play Bingo for Books, 

bring in any of the above items

and get a bingo card for free on Feb. 5th 5:30- 7:30. If school is delayed or cancelled it will be Feb. 7th.




         Cheryl Keely, a local Lewisburg native, has written 
A Book About Bridges, From Here To There and Me To You
Joy Scott and Pat Keith came to the library to 
read Joy's daughter's book. 


Kindergarten, First, and Second Graders loved learning about the different types of bridges and hunting for the dragon fly hidden through out the book. After the story they then had a chance to build their own bridge with Legos, straws, toothpicks and marshmallows, and dixie cups and paper plates.  
Thank you Joy and Pat for  a wonderful visit!
                        


On Fairy Tale Friday here is what we did!

We read "Rapunzel" from the authors point of view and then we read, "Really, Rapunzel needed a Haircut!", told by the point of 
view from the Dame Gothel!

        
The students built the tower that Rapunzel stayed in with legos.
          
     

Can you Breakout???

       
Students are working together to solve puzzles that will 
unlock the breakout box for their next clue! They have 30 minutes to unlock 5 locks and figure out the riddle.



Look what Caleb, in 3rd grade did in the library 
to help promote the Panda books!

 

We are learning about Fairy Tales this week.

We read "The Princess and the Pea" from the authors point of view and then we read, "Believe Me, I Never Felt a Pea", told by the point of view from the princess!

  

Students enjoyed the two versions and 
the story kept their attention for both stories!


Students bringing library books home from our library may keep the books for one week or until their next special time. Please remind them about taking care of our books and finding a safe place for them. Notices will be sent home monthly for overdue or damaged books. Thank you for encouraging your child to use our library for their reading pleasure.




May 1st was School Lunch Hero Day! 
We had so much fun surprising our lunch staff. 
The students made all kinds of things for them. 
Enjoy the pictures!
 
     


The week of September 15 we celebrated "The Dot" by Peter H. Reynolds!