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During the month of March, we celebrate PARP (Pick a Reading Partner)! Stay tuned for the theme announcement as well as information about all the exciting activities that will be taking place at school and at home throughout this exciting month of events!
5th graders are starting a new project in library-- writing to international pen pals! In order to participate, students must get a permission slip signed by a parent. To read more about this project and print out the permission slip, click on the attachment here!
On Monday, November 6th, Alyssa Capucilli (author of Biscuit) and Michael Rex (author of Fangbone and Icky Ricky) are coming to visit IMES! Saddle up and get ready to share their wonderful stories with them. A huge thanks to the PTO for sponsoring this exciting event! See the attached posters for more information.
We're excited to welcome you back to school with 180 brand new books in the library! Check them out by clicking on the link, or stopping by in person!
Spring book club is open to all students in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades! We will be meeting in the library before school on Tuesday and Thursday mornings during the month of May. Please see Mrs. Hoffman for more details if you are interested in joining!
This month to celebrate PARP we've been working on book recommendations in library! You can check them out by clicking here. See what books other IMES students are reading and enjoying!
March is Pick a Reading Partner (PARP) month! Check out the calendar that was backpacked home for all the special events going on this month. Don't forget to bring in book donations for the book swap in the library on March 23rd and 24th!
4th and 5th grade book club is off to a great start! See Mrs. Hoffman in the library for more information if you're interested in joining.
Hopefully your summer was full of sun, fun, and plenty of reading! We are looking forward to hearing about all the wonderful books you had a chance to enjoy this summer!
In our library program, we utilize parts of the Common Sense Media curriculum to expose students to a variety of concepts of digital citizenship: self-image & identity, relationships & communication, digital footprint & reputation, cyberbullying, information literacy, copyright, internet safety, and privacy & security. To learn more, visit the Common Sense Media website here.
Additionally, there are a multitude of resources available you can utilize to open up important discussions with your child at home. Some of these include, but are not limited to: