Voting is now open for March Book Madness 2019. 32 titles were chosen based on recommendations by our #ravensreaders and our books with the highest circulation since September 2018. Each week our votes will be tallied and our field of books will be reduced by half. We will announce our winner on Monday 8 April 2019.
Seattle Public Schools Librarian Rebecca Wynkoop here at Robert Eagle Staff Middle School has been nominated for an AASL Superstar Social Media AwardOpens! With SPS librarian district budget cuts to half time in the fall, it is even more important now to show that our SPS librarians and advocacy is vital to our students.
Read more about the AASL Social Media Superstar FinalistsOpens. recognition program.
Visit the AASL Endorsement site by Friday, March 15. to make your voices heard by submitting your endorsement!
Every now and then, we should take a moment to record our reading lives. Include your name, what you’re reading now and what you’re reading next.
Thank you for taking a moment to complete our mid-year library survey. Your honest and constructive feeback helps us:
- make changes to best meet your needs
- communicate with our school and community about the importance of our library in you day to day lives
- advocate for continued funding of library materials
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day is an excellent example of a series of things that all add up to be one of Alexander’s worst days ever. What are some ideas you have for a series of events that would be your terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day?
We’ll use this Padlet to record and share our ideas.
Ms. Romero and Ms. Pleasure are working to gather data about attitudes and perceptions regarding our school community and the different cultures we see, or don’t see, represented. Please do NOT complete this survey unless you are with either teacher in class.
Thanks for taking a minute to fill out the 8th Grade Promotion Survey.
#ravensreaders, vote NOW for March Book Madness. Which book will be our champion?
Please take a moment to provide your honest and constructive feedback regarding our library. I use information provided in these surveys to:
- Make changes in our library
- Add new books to our library
- Beg Ms. Campbell and our PTSA for more money for our library
- Improve as a teacher