This week is Hour of Code week! Learn the basics of coding and explore the field of computer science. No experience necessary!
Join us in the library all week, grab a Chromebook in your advisory, or work on a tutorial at home!
Choose a tutorial that looks fun and start CODING!
Some games we chose were:
Want to browse all of your coding options?
Visit the Hour of Code Activities page and have fun!
A Reaper at the Gates by Sabaa Tahir
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
My anticipation for this book was great, however, the reality was that once again, I was sucked into the lives of the Nightbringer and the Jinn, Elias The Soul Catcher, Helen the Blood Strike and Leia the Scholar. Why, Oh Why must there be another book???? While I loved the story and the multi-dimensional characters as they navigate the coming War, I just wanted resolution. However, with that said, when is the next book due???? Yikes, can't wait, AGAIN!
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It's Teen Read Week and the library is celebrating! What can you expect?
1. Library staff and our little helpers will be on the look out for readers. Earn a piece of candy and entry into a free book!
2. Come down and work on some sticker art. Help us complete "The Starry Night" poster and relax!
3. Don't know what to read? Put your hand in the Reading Jar and pick out a title. You never know what you might select!
4. Place your own favorite book on the Teen Read's Table to give other student's suggestions.
5. Finally, Vote for your favorite YALSA's Teen Top Ten books of 2018. Look below for the video of the various titles.
Teens' Top Ten is a "teen choice" list, where teens nominate and choose their favorite books of the previous year! Voting is open from August 15 to through Teen Read Week, which is October 7-13, 2018! The Top Ten titles will be announced the week of October 15, 2018, so check back to see the winners!
Vote for up to 3 Books
The SHS Library and English Department are excited to welcome Dashka Slater, author of The 57 Bus!!
Entitled: Nothing But the Truth: Facts, Compassion, and Perspective, Slater's discussion will help our students "dig deeper into the nature of truth". As a former reporter and using the true story behind The 57 Bus, Slater will encourage our students question what they know, view the same event through more than one perspective, and help them to learn to evaluate how their own perceptions of events and the media impact their understanding. Please join us on Friday, September 28th during 4th block for this amazing event. (please sign in using your google account.)
Good Morning SHS Community. Your 2018 Summer reading selections are now available. You have so many wonderful choices this year and I am excited to see what you all pick. Please look through the selections carefully and sign up asap! Want to look at the books first? No problem. They will be displayed in the library. Come down and check them out or just click on the link above and happy picking!! Any questions, see Ms. Smith in the Library or Ms. Brennon in room 216.