Summer is here!!! This is a great time to take the opportunity to read what you want, to hang with your family and friends, to create something amazing, and HAVE FUN!! Our local librarians have planned an incredible summer of fun and reading and activities!! There are prizes, crafts, yoga, movies, and more!! Please visit… Read More Summer Reading – Have a Blast!! See you in September!
Happy International Dot Day!! Welcome back to WOS 2022-2023!! We are another year older and ready to learn, ready to read, and ready to be creative and have courage to be yourself!! As we learn about what an AUTHOR is and what an ILLUSTRATOR is, we will learn a bit about Peter Reynolds who wrote… Read More Happy International Dot Day 2022!
As a kickoff to our Character Education program in 2022-2023, we are learning about how Communities Spring Into Action! 💪🏼 We notice there is a problem! 💪🏼 We talk about the problem! 💪🏼 We think about how to act to solve the problem! 💪🏼 We work together to solve the problem! 💪🏼 WE ARE PROBLEM… Read More September – Communities Spring Into Action
Our Character Education Theme of the Month is Communities Are Reliable. The month of October, we will be reading Keeping the City Going to show the importance of depending on one another and how we kept our country and our loved ones safe during something so nerve wracking, the Covid 19 pandemic! Being reliable means… Read More Communities Are Reliable – October Character Education Theme
This time of year is all about getting to know one another!! Ask someone what their name is and where it comes from! Ask someone where their family is from! Ask someone what they like to do – make music, do karate, play soccer, read, draw! Hispanic Heritage Month is also all about getting to… Read More Getting to Know One Another
What does it mean to have respect for one another? Start with Hello shows us how important it is to share a wave, saying hello to a friend, or introducing yourself to a new person! Let’s think about our books – how do we show respect for our books? A Perfectly Messed Up Story shows… Read More Respecting One Another and Our Books is Important!
Our Character Education Theme of the Month is Communities Show Hope. The month of September, we will be reading 14 Cows for America to show support of those who were impacted by 9/11, and how a country far away wanted to do something to special, something meaningful, and most importantly to give the United States… Read More Communities Show Hope – September Character Education Theme
We are SO excited to have you back in the Library!! As Melanie Watts’ book says, YOU’RE FINALLY HERE!! I hope you have visited the local libraries this summer!! There were so many amazing activities to be a part of! Can’t wait to hear about your adventures!