Teen read week 2013


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Teen read week 2013

  2. 2. Teen Trivia! During Teen Read Week, an event created for tweens and teens through the American Library Association, the library hosted a daily trivia question during our FNN news broadcast! Winners were: • • • • • • Brandon B Daniel M James V Dennis C Sai’Vonn J DJ W • • • • • • Miya Jae M Melodie G Juan M Lynda P Kira A Destinee S
  3. 3. Miss Abbie from the York County Public Library Miss Abbie from YCPL talked to our students about the services and activities available to them through the York County Public Library. Check out the YCPL Teen website!
  4. 4. Miss Abbie talks tween! Not only did Miss Abbie from YCPL talk about book services, but she told the students about cool events like the Zombie Prom, sleep overs at the library, the advisory council, and much more! Yes, even homework help!
  5. 5. York County Library Swag These guys were proud to show off the string bags Miss Abbie treated them to!
  6. 6. All aboard! Our students were excited to get a chance to visit the YCPL bookmobile during Teen Read Week.
  7. 7. YCPL bookmobile staff was all smiles! How could you NOT get excited about reading when greeted by these lovely smiles! Not only were the bookmobile staff welcoming, but they knew lots of trivia about the bookmobile and much more. Our students loved meeting them!
  8. 8. Books make us happy! These sixth graders were thrilled to check out all the titles on the bookmobile. They were curious about how the books stayed on the shelf when the bookmobile was on the move. The secret? Titled shelves!
  9. 9. Spelunking anyone? No, these ladies aren’t pretending to explore a cave. Right in the middle of our visit from YCPL, we had to pause for an earthquake drill! Falcons are prepared for anything!
  10. 10. Reading is rewarding! Reading pays in more ways than one at Sullivan. During Teen Read Week, our top 25 library patrons were treated to a morning snack of muffins, grapes, and water along with a free book of their choice. Read on!
  11. 11. Making a tough decision… These top readers had a hard time deciding which book they would choose to take home and add to their personal libraries.
  12. 12. A few minutes to relax and chat… While our top readers enjoyed their snacks, they had time to talk about being new to Sullivan, and books of course.
  13. 13. Best day ever! One of our top 25 said this was his best school day ever. That made Mrs. McManus smile! The library plans to celebrate our top patrons each 9 weeks.
  14. 14. Top 25 Library Patrons – 1st Quarter These students were our top 25 library users and book borrowers for first semester. Congratulations and thank you for using your library! • • • • • • • • • • • • Leighann M Lynda P Jamie F Gracie M Cameron W Tania G Phillip B Jaron D Noah W A’myara W Daniela B Matthew C • • • • • • • • • • • • Jai’Wun D Kenya L Dylan O Desiree T Kagelyn V Ralph W Mary P Justin C Jalyssa D Jada H Jackson E Jahrell H
  15. 15. Reading Promotions • During Teen Read Week, the library kicked off two fun reading promotions. • To date, we have 79 students signed up to participate in the Winter Reading Challenge. • We also have 70 copies of the Junior Book Award books currently checked out.
  16. 16. Junior Book Award • Read 3 or more titles from the book award list by Valentine’s Day to join the voting party on February 21, 2014. • Complete details will be available in the FalconsRead Edmodo group (m9itgt) or in the library.
  17. 17. Winter Reading Challenge • Want a chance to win a $25 book fair gift certificate, receive Edmodo participation badges, and receive a special treat from the library. • Visit Edmodo Code au39xa to learn more about the Winter Reading Challenge or visit Mrs. McManus in the library to pick up a printed copy of the challenge. • Edmodo code: au39xa
  18. 18. Join In Today! • • • • • FalconsRead/JBA: m9itgt Winter Reading Challenge: au39xa FNN Announcements: tm587y iLearn: cp7eti Trivia Questions: tinyurl.com/FNNtrivia Contests and Edmodo groups are for Sullivan students and teachers only. Parents who wish to receive a parent code for any group should e-mail Mrs. McManus at smcmanus@rhmail.org