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Vision: The Library Media Center serves as an integral part of Jamieson School’s educational program. A certified school library media specialist administers the library program and provides Information Literacy education through collaboration with classroom teachers. Library services promote a love of reading, support and enrich the curriculum and encourage life-long learning.
Mission: The mission of the Jamieson Library Media Center is to provide its patrons access to age-appropriate information, promote a love for reading, and develop effective and efficient users of ideas.
All library classes are either writing haiku or ode poems to celebrate National Poetry Month!
To post your final Haiku, use these links:
Room 101: http://padlet.com/wall/15ywn30uqa
Room 102: http://padlet.com/wall/102-haiku
Room 103: http://padlet.com/wall/103-haiku
Room 201: http://padlet.com/wall/cf6jsyiyxb
Room 202: http://padlet.com/wall/202-haiku
Room 204: http://padlet.com/wall/g2it608sth
Room 206: http://padlet.com/wall/qgtq7fnygj
Room 111: http://padlet.com/wall/wkqkprr03b
Room 110: http://padlet.com/wall/110-haiku
Room 112: http://padlet.com/wall/112-haiku
Room 116: http://padlet.com/wall/116-haiku
The results are in!!
The Jamieson Monarch Book Award Winner for K-3 is:
Even Monsters Need Haircuts
written & illustrated by Matthew McElligott.
This book came in third place for the state of Illinois.
The Illinois state Monarch winner was:
Pete the Cat Rocking in My School Shoes.
Thanks to all students who voted!
G2-5 Countries Research
1. Find Kids InfoBits in SOAR
2. Click on Geography.
3. Click on Countries.
4. Find YOUR country.
5. Copy 2 facts from your article
6. Copy your source!
1. Go to this web site: Enchanted Learning
2. Click on the first letter of your country name.
3. Click on your country name.
4. Copy the facts about your country’s flag.
The Jamieson Library recently received $500 in FREE, brand new library books from the Devin Shafron Memorial Book Fund.
In February, students wrote hundreds of thank-you notes to Dr. Shafron, Director of the organization, thanking her for the donation.
Dr. Shafron responded with a wonderful letter.
Click here to read the letter.