9:15 A.M. TO 3:40 P.M.,
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
MRS. JULI HOFFMAN
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PARP Book Bracket Winner
As selected by the students of IMES, the 1st place winner of our PARP book bracket is A Bike Like Sergio's by Maribeth Boelts!IMES Library
Welcome back to the 2019-2020 school year! We're kicking off the year with a giant order of brand new books! Stop by and check out these fantastic titles and many more, on display at the circulation desk!IMES Library
Introducing Ms. DelDuco!
While Mrs. Hoffman is out on maternity leave for the remainder of the school year, Ms. Rachel DelDuco will be the long term sub in the IMES library. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.orgIMES Library
March is PARP Month!
During the month of March we are celebrating Pick a Reading Partner month at IMES! There will be special events going on throughout the school, and we hope all students will continue to celebrate their love of reading at home. Here's our calendar of events!IMES Library
The annual IMES STREAM Convention is coming up and the library has plenty of materials available to help you come up with the best idea for your project! Check out our online presentation or stop by the library to see our available books on display!IMES Library
Welcome back to school IMES! We have a very exciting year planned in the library. Don't forget to hand in your summer reading forms! See you soon!IMES Library
Spring Book Club!
All interested 4th and 5th grade students are invited to join spring book club! Book club meets before school on Tuesdays and Fridays in the library. Please see Mrs. Hoffman for more details!IMES Library
March is PARP Month!
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!IMES Library
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: