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Our book swap was a great success! Many boys and girls got new reading for the summer without spending a dime. Way to go Park Panthers!
Help us help our Learning Commons! Come to the book fair and get ready for great summer reading.
We'll be open in the media center May 15 - 19 from 8:15 a.m. - 1:45 p.m., and we'll be here Thursday evening until 6:00 p.m.
We accept CASH, CHECKS, VISA, MASTERCARD, AMEX, & DISCOVER!
No EPPI cards, prepaid gift cards, or pre-loaded cards, please.
Free and unlimited 24x7 access to myON, which features over 10,000 enhanced digital books, is available through a partnership between Get Georgia Reading – Georgia Campaign for Grade Level Reading and myON through August 31st. The directions below are also located on our summer reading website here. To get started:
Boys and girls are learning not to judge a book by it's cover. We are COLLABORATING, CREATING, and COMMUNICATING to find books to keep us turning the page during our summer break.
New tables ... ON CASTERS! ... and new chairs, with some wiggle-ability, have finally arrived and we're so excited. Did you notice the new soft seating? It's just the right place to take a minute to discover your "just right" book.
Our boys and girls had a grand time celebrating Dr. Seuss' birthday and Read Across America. We began the day singing "Happy Birthday" across the entire school, we played Green Egg Estimating (5 huge green eggs filled with sweet treats) and Silent Seuss Trivia on the interactive white boards. Estimates and answers to trivia inundated the learning commons all day long! We ended the day awarding prizes to Suess loving readers. Five lucky estimators took home the green eggs and four lucky classrooms won books for every student.
What a great way to celebrate reading!
Our boys and girls, kindergarten through 5th grade, are sharing their learning experience in our Learning Commons. We've exploring Dash and Dot, Osmo, learning to code with The Foos.
Our boys and girls enjoyed their experience at this year's Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl. We competed along with 30 Cobb County elementary schools on Saturday, January 14, 2017. Many on our team began reading the 17 selections last summer and came back to school this fall ready to share and compare! Soon we'll start looking for next year's reading bowl members. Are you interested?