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Mrs. Brown's Library Blog

September 20, 2018
by jbrown0623


Welcome to Mrs. Brown’s website! This is the place for students to find resources for research and for parents to find resources on book selection. I hope that you find this to be a helpful space for you and your family!

Mrs. Brown

October 3, 2017
by jbrown0623

Join Our New Reading Program!

Students in grades 6-8 can now be part of the WCGS Reading Award Program! They will earn rewards and gift cards for reading from a list of 20 excellent books and be able to vote for their favorite book on the Rebecca Caudill Young Readers’ Book Award list. Our list includes both Caudill titles and WCGS titles from Christian authors. Students can join the program at any time, and the first deadline is February 20. Students must have read 10 books from the list by that date to move on to higher levels of rewards. Stop in the library for information and a permission form!

September 30, 2014
by jbrown0623

New! Open Library Nights!

Join us on the following evenings throughout the year for family night in the library! Students who attend will be able to check out 3 EXTRA BOOKS over their usual limit! See you from 6:00-8:00 p.m. on the following Thursdays:

October 2

January 15

March 12

April 23

November 12, 2013
by jbrown0623

What’s New This Fall?

Books! Our fall order is here, and new books are available. We have the latest books in several popular series, and new books by new and favorite authors. Come check it out!

Book Club! This month, the 7th & 8th grade book club is reading The Game by Monica Hughes, a thought-provoking novel about a future world in which overcrowding leads to a secret government program.

100 Club! This reading program for 6th-8th graders gives students a chance to earn some fun rewards for their reading.

Mrs. Pierson! Please welcome our new assistant in the library–Mrs. Jennifer Pierson–who is also a school mom and the after-school extended care supervisor.

Reflection Journals! In an effort to help students engage their Christian worldview when they read independently, 4th and 5th graders are being asked to respond to a journal question during each library session to help them process their books through the eyes of faith.

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