Springtime is here! Let’s share some fun tech tools for you and your students to use.
Click on the flyer below and scroll down to see all the resources!
In the news…
Round II of March Madness voting comes to an end.
Our week two winners are…
Overheard in the library…
“These are tough choices! Divergent or Lightning Thief?” Semi-final voting will begin on Monday!
The Wonder Board is our newest addition to the library. Stop by and pick up a wonder on the go! Have you wondered today?
The lunch time makers were back inventing with Little Bits this week!
We have also spent time watching the Bald Eagles in Decorah, Iowa. Thanks to the live webcam we have watched the mom lay two eggs, and we, along with the world, are patiently waiting on them to hatch. Bald Eagle eggs typically take thirty-five days to hatch. We are hoping to see the babies around April 14th. Stay tuned…
Happy reading, inventing and being awesome!
WOMS celebrated Read Across America Day to commemorate Dr. Seuss’s birthday on March 2nd! The National Education Association began this special program to celebrate the joy of reading. Something magical happens when adults share the love of reading with young people. Anyone can participate in Read Across America by picking up a book, grabbing a few loved ones and reading.
WOMS invited community members and school leaders to read to our English Language Arts students in grades sixth, seventh and eighth.
Mr. Charlie Smith, Mrs. Suzanne Bardwell and Mrs. Linda Kennedy are pictured above.
Mrs. Karen Dickson, Mr. Michael Gilbert and Mrs. Mitzi Neely are picture above.
Mrs. Claire Koonce, Mr. Scott Floyd and Mr. Ronnie Hinkle are pictured above. Not pictured is Mr. Don Wayt, but his participation is greatly appreciated.
I would like to give a special thanks to our English Language Arts department for their help in making our Read Across America celebration a success-Jody Velde, Kim Iske, Stacy Shellhorse, Debra Cline, Cindy Coones, Chesley Kelley and Monica Floyd.