2013-2014 LCSS Exemplary Library Media Program
2011-2012 LCSS Exemplary Library Media Program

Friday, November 20, 2015

Friday: Readers Meet Their Goals!

LES readers exceeded their goal of reading 6,000 books.  What was the secret challenge?  Mr. Anderson gets a pie to the face.  Way to go readers!  

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Tuesday: Becoming a Community of Readers

A first grader tells about his favorite book.

Mrs. Dunn's class loves to read!
Talking about our favorite books.

Showing off our favorite books with style...

...and a smile!

Monday, November 16, 2015

Monday: All Aboard the Reading Train!

There's nothing like a good book!

5th grade students in Ms. Martin's class are busy reading.

Digital reading- exploring new types of media.

Something for everyone.

LES staff members are readers too!

High five for reading!

That moment when you read a good book!

Good books are better with good friends.

Reading... Kindergarten style!

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Book Week is Here!

                                        Children’s Book Week

                                              November 16-20

Help us celebrate participating in the following activities and challenges:


Book Challenge:  IF students read 6,000 books, Mr. Anderson and Dr. Faircloth will surprise students by participating in a secret challenge!


Monday:  Students and staff will form a Reading Train as they read together in the hallway for 20 minutes.


Tuesday:  I Love Books!  Students and teachers will share their favorite books with each other as students create “My Favorite Book” tags to wear on their ID lanyards.


Wednesday:  Guest Reader Day- Students will enjoy visits from military readers as visitors read their favorite books to students.


Thursday:  Book Character Dress up Day- Students and staff may dress up as their favorite book character.  Students who dress up must bring the book with the character in it to school with them on this day. 


Friday:   “Orange” you excited about reading? - Students and staff may wear as much orange as possible on this day in order to celebrate Unity Day and reading!  In the morning, instruction will continue as usual.  In the afternoon, students will return to their homeroom class to read and take AR quizzes for the remainder of the day.