The Book Fair will be in the Simpson Library from 10:00-1:30. We can't wait to see you!!
At this time students may check out one book at a time. We will be bringing a cart of books around to each classroom for students to check out from.
After books are checked out, they are due two weeks from the date checked out.
Books may be renewed unless they are popular books that are in demand or on "HOLD" for other readers.
If a student has a book that is overdue, it will be considered LOST and he or she may not check out another book until the overdue book is returned, replaced with a brand new book, or paid for.
Fines are not charged for overdue books, but lost or ruined books must be replaced or paid for.
Parents, Please help your child become agreat library citizen by helping him/her take care of borrowed books and return them on time.
Kindergarten - Second/Third Graders The Super3 Model The Super3 is an information problem-solving model that is great for helping younger learners find answers to their questions. The steps are simple and easy for students to remember: 1. Plan (Beginning) 2. Do (Middle) 3. Review (End) See how Wisconsin educators developed Super3 Dinos - Planasaurus, Doasaurus, and Reviewasaurus to help early learners understand the Super3. Check it out HERE.
Third/Fourth Graders and Beyond The Big6 Model The Big6 is a model using six stages to help anyone solve an information problem. 1. Task Definition: Define your information problem and figure out what information is needed to solve the problem. 2. Information Seeking Strategies: Brainstorm all possible sources of information and select the ones that are the best. 3. Location and Access: Locate the best sources and find the needed information in those sources. 4. Use of Information: Read, hear, touch, and view the information and pull relevant information that is useful for solving the information problem. **Don't forget to cite your sources** 5. Synthesis: Share what you have learned by organizing the information and presenting it to others. 6. Evaluation: Judge the product and process. How did you do?