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Library 2.016: Library as Classroom
Virtual Mini Conference Opportunity - June 15
Click here for more information and to sign up!


Media Monday!  Shout out to MyOn Readers


I wanted to give a shout out to all the schools who have already started using the Free Trial of MyOn and those who are actively promoting this great resource.

Kelley Stanley and Jill Parrish at Four Oaks Elementary just showed the resource to a few classes and told the kids to spread the word and they already have over 1000 books read and almost 300 hours logged! Just since May 19th!

Karen Parker at Micro Pine Level has been letting all her students assess their reading level and select interests in media classes and follow up with their classroom teachers and she shared that her teachers appreciated having something constructive for the students to do during these last few days of school. Resulting in over 450 books read this week.

Kelly Davis at Polenta put together a personalized letter to send home and shared it in the folder for us all to copy and customize.  

So if you haven't gotten started and want to join the fun, below is the link to a folder of information you need to get the ball rolling.
Remember all students are in 1 class the media coordinator is the teacher.  Thanks for giving our kids the information to make reading a priority over the summer!  Let me know if you have questions!
Happy Reading!
Amy


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Monday, June 6, 2016

Media Monday! Shout out to MyOn Readers and Library 2.016

Library 2.016: Library as Classroom
Virtual Mini Conference Opportunity - June 15
Click here for more information and to sign up!


Media Monday!  Shout out to MyOn Readers


I wanted to give a shout out to all the schools who have already started using the Free Trial of MyOn and those who are actively promoting this great resource.

Kelley Stanley and Jill Parrish at Four Oaks Elementary just showed the resource to a few classes and told the kids to spread the word and they already have over 1000 books read and almost 300 hours logged! Just since May 19th!

Karen Parker at Micro Pine Level has been letting all her students assess their reading level and select interests in media classes and follow up with their classroom teachers and she shared that her teachers appreciated having something constructive for the students to do during these last few days of school. Resulting in over 450 books read this week.

Kelly Davis at Polenta put together a personalized letter to send home and shared it in the folder for us all to copy and customize.  

So if you haven't gotten started and want to join the fun, below is the link to a folder of information you need to get the ball rolling.
Remember all students are in 1 class the media coordinator is the teacher.  Thanks for giving our kids the information to make reading a priority over the summer!  Let me know if you have questions!
Happy Reading!
Amy


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