Join us in the Library Makerspace during the flex block on Tuesday, November 27th and learn to make a holiday craft. You can choose to make a card, or start to learn to crochet to make a holiday ornament. You may need to come back for more than one session to complete your craft. Fortunately, the Makerspace is open at lunch and after school for you! You can see some examples of the types of things you can make at the top of this post. If you’re planning on coming, we’d appreciate it if you’d email Ms Gladwin at email@example.com or come by the library to sign up ahead of time as it helps us to plan for supplies (you can still come if you don’t sign up, but it helps us plan).
Neil Gaiman’s tale of Nobody Owen’s mysterious life won the most votes from Vikings to be this year’s winner of the Vikings Read competition.
Come to the library to get a sneak peak at next year’s titles so you can plan your summer/fall reading.
Voting for the winner of this year’s Vikings Read is now open. Click here to go to the voting site. Voting will close at midnight on Friday, May 25th.
We had a great turn-out for our handmade card workshop Friday at lunch. We have some very creative Makers. Thanks for sharing your work with us! If you missed the workshop, we still have supplies and instructions available in the Makerspace. When the library reopens after exams, come on down and make a card for your friend’s birthday, for Father’s day, to celebrate Graduation, or just to brighten someone’s day.
See our Makers at work…
Come to the Library this Friday, May 11th at lunch in the Makerspace to learn how to make a hand-made card to celebrate the women who are special in your life.
Bring your lunch. All supplies will be provided and making the card should take about 15 minutes.
Some sample cards…
AP Exams begin Monday May 7th and many of them are written in the Library. As exams begin before school and don’t finish until 4pm, library hours will be very restricted. Students may return books during the book closure using the book drop slot in the door.
May 10/11 access to the Non-Fiction Section will be restricted, but most fiction, magazines, and DVD’s will be accessible. Regular sign-out, book return, and renewal services will be available.
Study block students can access the library only on May 10/11. Please go to the Cafeteria or Connect if you need space to work during the closure days.
Come join us in the Library at lunch, Wednesday April 4th for our Vikings Talk about George’s Secret Key to the Universe by Lucy and Stephen Hawking, The Three-Body Problem by Cixin Lu, and Take Me To Your Chief by Drew Hayden Taylor.
…but his books live on. We have lots of copies of George’s Secret Key to the Universe. Come sign one out for Spring Break and see why he is such a revered scientist and author. The book is also part of our next Vikings Talk meeting on April 4, 2018.
Check out this article about the book and life: https://www.brainpickings.org/2014/01/08/stephen-hawking-childrens-book/