Trivia Time

Tuesday, April 10th

Grade 7 Writing, Grade 8 Mathematics
Wednesday, April 11th

Grade 8 Reading

Monday, May 14th 

Grades 6 & 7 Mathematics, Grade 8 Mathematics Retest
Tuesday, May 15th 

Grade 6 & 7 Reading, Grade 8 Reading Retest
Wednesday, May 16th

Grade 8 Science
Thursday, May 17th

Grade 8 Social Studies

STAAR Testing Dates are getting close. So let's review with a little trivia! Come in on Fridays of this month to test your knowledge. Using Kahoot we will test your knowledge in academic subjects and help you prepare you for your upcoming STAAR tests!


Teen Tech Week



Teen Tech Week is when libraries make the time to showcase all of the great digital resources and services that are available to help teens succeed in school and prepare for college and 21st century careers.

Students will come in to learn about the different resources available at the library. They will then be given the opportunity to add to those resources by creating a book trailer for a book in the collection.

Read Across America



Read Across America Day promotes reading, particularly for children and young adults.  Many schools, libraries, and community centers across the United States participate in the day by bringing people together to take part in reading books. This nationwide observance coincides with the birthday of Dr. Seuss (Geisel), an American writer best known writing children’s books.

Activities: Reading is Our Thing Library Theme (Thing One, Thing Two Theme), Dr. Seuss Decorations in the library, Create Your Own Dr. Seuss Character Drawing Contest, Seuss-Statistic Stories Shown in the Library, Read Across America Certificates for those that AR test the most today! 

For more details come by the library.

Game Days: Jenga

Congratulation to last month's Scrabble Winners!

We are moving on to Jenga this month. Games are available to students all day on Mondays and Wednesdays. Part of Jenga's charm is its simplicity; nothing but wooden blocks and gravity. But even this simple game can teach us a lot about the more complex world of structural engineering. Buildings, after all, are vulnerable to the same forces that can topple a Jenga tower -- forces like loads, tension, compression, torsion and more. An accidental bump of the game table is an excellent scale version of a catastrophic earthquake. 

Students will use there physical and mental skill to take turns removing one block at a time from a tower constructed of 54 blocks. 


Top Readers

Congratulations to our 10 Distinguished Readers who have met the million word mark so far. Time is running out to become part of this elite group.

Shelby Gonzalez 2,075,093

Gilbert  Ramirez  1,494,472

Alanis Lozano 1,471,898

Aliya Campa 1,011,029

Almost there..

Galilea Sanchez 817,404

Jennifer Lopez 755,817

Anahi Ruiz 668,341

Danielle Taruwinga 592,346

Dana P. Hernandez 563,443

Zahylin B. Hernandez 510,030

Word count was taken 3.5.2018

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