Summer Reading – Middle School

Summer Reading – Middle School

Congrats to our rising 5th and 8th graders! While you’re enjoying your vacation, don’t forget to pick one of the great books on your summer…

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Letters About Literature Winners!

Letters About Literature Winners!

The library is proud to announce the winners of our Letters about Literature Contest! In the High School: 1st Place: Brenda Martinez! 1st Place: Brenda…

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Makers Club – How Many Books can Paper and Tape Hold?

Makers Club – How Many Books can Paper and Tape Hold?

Our Makers Challenge this Wednesday was to create some sort of structure out of paper and tape that could hold a stack of books. We…

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What is a Makerspace?

What is a Makerspace?

Public and school libraries are starting to offer makerspaces to their patrons and students. But just what is a makerspace and why is it a…

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March – Women’s History Month LS/MS

March – Women’s History Month LS/MS

Join the library in celebrating Women’s History month. Look below for books and links to educational resources. As always, feel free to ask the librarians…

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Letters About Literature Contest

Letters About Literature Contest

Books enrich our lives in many different ways. Now its your turn to write something. Choose a book that means a lot to you or…

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Introducing Novelist!

Introducing Novelist!

The library has recently acquired access to Novelist! Novelist is a great way to find your next good book. The site allows you to search…

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New Books and Graphic Novels

New Books and Graphic Novels

Swing by the library to check out some of our new books and graphic novels. Both floors have some great additions for all: LS and…

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Black History Month

Black History Month

Join the library in celebrating Black History Month! Booklists – All books listed are in the CCPCS Library: Black History Month High School Nonfiction High…

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Middle School African American Fiction

Middle School African American Fiction

 The Freedom Maze – F SHE Sophie walks through the maze and back in time to 19th century Louisiana.            …

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