Library Schedule: The Broadus Wood Elementary Library operates on a hybrid schedule. That means all classes have fixed times in the week to visit the library (for library lessons and book checkout). However, teachers could sign up their class or groups from their class to come during the non-fixed times. These visits usually connect the library resources to the classroom curriculum.
Book Checkout: In order to foster a community of shared resources, books are checked out for a one week time period. If interested in renewing a book, please bring it in to be scanned. If more books are needed to help with a project, paper, or activity, please talk to Mr. Chrobak.
K-2 - currently, could checkout one (1) book at a time.
3-5 - currently, could checkout two (2) books at a time
*The total number of books that students can checkout will increase as the year goes on.
Responsible Reading: In a library that serves students ranging in grade levels from kindergarten to fifth grade, a wide variety of materials are needed. Obviously, what is interesting and appropriate for kindergarteners may not be interesting and/or appropriate for fifth graders and vice versa. If students select books that makes them or family members uncomfortable, simply return the book(s). The beauty of libraries is that they are all about choice. Find a book you can completely enjoy and is the "just right" book for you.
It would be great to have thirty-second video clips of what you are doing in your classrooms. Make a thirty second video of yourself completing a school-related activity or a "Did you know?" segment about something you learned.
If interested and it is okay with your parents/guardians, please upload your videos into your Google Drive and share it with Mr. Chrobak.
Also, if you have a passion for taking photographs of nature and you would like to share them on the Bobcat News during the moment of silence, please check with your parents/guardians to upload your photographs into your google drive and share it with Mr. Chrobak.