Fern Avenue PS Library
Tara Jamieson Teacher-Librarian
Welcome to Fern Library's new virtual space. Here you will find all of the events that are happening in the space and school, as well as links to our catalogue, online resources, Google Classrooms, and more.
If you have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact me at email@example.com
January 15, 2018
PARENT VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!
Our Scholastic Festival du livre is just one month away!
This is a French-focussed festival, however a selection of English titles will also be available.
We are looking for parent volunteers to help run the festival on January 14 and 15. Please email Mme Jamieson at firstname.lastname@example.org if you're able to help out!
Jan 8, 2019
Happy New Year from Fern PS Library!
Hope you all got the chance to read some great books over the break
Nov 7, 2018
During Parent-Teacher Interviews on November 15 and 16, there will be an Another Story Book Fair hosted in the library. Please make sure to come by and check it out!
On Wednesday, November 28, from 5:00-6:30 pm author Casey Lyall will be here promoting her new book from the Howard Wallace P.I. series. She will be reading a bit from the new book, as well as some other fun stuff, and books will be available for purchase.
Nov 2, 2018
Senior Book Club will be cancelled on Tuesday, November 6, as both Mrs. Heller and Mme Jamieson are away. We will meet again on November 13 at lunch.
Oct 30, 2018
The 2019 Forest of Reading Selections have arrived! Our library ambassadors will be labelling the nominees and then in mid-November students will be able to begin reading and filling out their FOR passports!
See the Forest of Reading page for nominee information.
Oct 15, 2018
New in the Library!
Check out some new titles available in our library.
Des nouveautés à la bibliothèque!
Voilà de nouveaux titres disponible à la bibliothèque
Dot Day in the Library
On September 14, 2018, students at Fern celebrated Dot Day! This day is all about students exploring themselves as artists, using one dot as a springboard for creativity. After listening to a read-aloud of The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds, students 'made their marks' by creating their own dots. These dots will be assembled into a garland and hung on the walls of the library, so that everyone can see the mark they made every time they visit. Thank you to everybody who participated!