Be sure to check your student's backpack each Tuesday for communication from school to parents.
1. Students have a scheduled library visit each week, but will have various opportunities to visit the library before school and during Open Library times.
2. Students may check out two books at a time.
3. Books are due on the student's scheduled library day. If rechecking a book, students must have the book with them to recheck.
4. If a student is absent on his/her library day, books are rechecked for that student and will be due at their next scheduled library time.
5. While fines are not charged at the elementary level, students must be diligent in returning books in a timely manner. Books may be renewed 3 times before it must be returned for the next reader on the list to check out. Students returning all books each library visit will be permitted to check out the maximum number of books.
6. Accidents do happen....but lost or damaged books must be paid for so we can replace that copy. Students may check out only one book until fees are paid.
Paws.....for Some Fun Library Activities
It's going to be a spectacular year in the BHE North Library. With so many excellent books to choose from and fun activities just waiting to happen, our library is a busy and exciting place. Some highly anticipated activities for the first semester.....our Scholastic Book Fair and our Fall Book Swap. More details coming soon.
Fifth graders --- We are looking for responsible, trustworthy students with leadership qualities to serve as library aides to assist Mrs. Johnson in the mornings. Stop by the library in early September to pick up an application.
Melissa Johnson, Librarian
281-576-2221, ext. 2888
Join our Birthday Book Club!
Our Birthday Book Club is a great way that parents, grandparents, and friends may honor a special student on his/her birthday.
More information can be found on the Birthday Book Club form.
Texas Bluebonnet Reading Program
Each year BHE North participates in the Texas Bluebonnet Reading Program. Throughout the first semester and into January, students are encouraged to read as many of the 20 Bluebonnet books as possible. Students who read five or more of these books (or who heard those books read aloud) are eligible in late January to vote for their favorite Bluebonnet book.
Bluebonnet Deadline: The last day to read Bluebonnet books for voting credit will be Friday, January 19th.
Bluebonnet Voting: Students who have read 5 Bluebonnet nominees will cast their vote during the week of Jan. 22-26.
There are many exciting activities planned for your child this year at Barbers Hill Elementary North's Library Media Center. To coordinate book fairs, author visits, incentives for the children, and other activities takes the cooperation of staff members and volunteers.
We invite everyone to take part in your child's reading by volunteering at our library.
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