Learn about trailblazing women in honor of Women's History Month.
Teacher-Librarian Pam Laughlin reconstructed this Periodic Table of Black History. The inspiration for the design is the Periodic Table of Elements and a desire to encourage conversation about the contributions of African Americans in our nation. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1-FCAyDnopj16YKIvoqLaU7x0_lSOw3kP0ujwTwpytOI/edit#gid=0
Libraries have participated in Read Across America since its inception in 1997 by the National Education Association as a celebration to encourage and inspire children to read. At first it was observed the school day closest to March 2nd, which is the birthday of Dr. Seuss. It grew to a week and then a [...]
School is a place to learn to read and also to read to learn. Students begin learning letters and sounds and by the time they are through the primary grades they are reading longer passages and beginning to understand that reading is a skill they will need in all subject areas. Sometimes students begin to [...]
by Traci Chun | Teacher Librarian | Skyview High School You may have heard the term “Future Ready” or thought about what schools are doing to help support students for future careers and industries. Future Ready Schools is a national effort to provide students with digital learning opportunities and help move school districts toward preparing [...]
by Traci Chun | Teacher Librarian | Skyview High School Shh! Shh! Shh! Gone are the days of the library being a silent space filled with books and a shushing librarian. Today’s libraries are filled with technology, innovation, learning, and yes, books. As information is shared globally with only a few keystrokes, the need [...]