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Welcome to the Spring Forest Middle School Learning Commons

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Informe Academico

 

Bobcat Learning Commons 

Welcome to Our Library!

FOR STUDENTS:

It's time for Book Fair! Our Book Fair will run from Monday, September 19th through Friday, September 23rd. We'll be open late during Back to School Night, so bring your parents by to shop.


FOR PARENTS:    

Our Book Fair begins Monday, September 19th. Please support your child's love of reading by providing them money to buy a book or two from the Book Fair. We'll be open during Back to School Night, so please swing by to buy a book or two for your child. Prefer to shop online? See the link for online shopping to the right. Keep up to date with library activities by checking out our Facebook page.

FOR TEACHERS:

Come check out the Book Fair next week. Feel free to bring your classes to check out our offerings. Your support helps the library offer interesting programs for students. Keep up to date with the new Library Facebook page

EMPOWER-EXPLORE-CONNECT-CREATE!

Library Hours:

Monday-Thursday 7:00am-4:30pm

Friday 7:00am-3:45pm

These hours are in effect except when there are meetings or other events in the library.

Need to contact me?

Office phone 713-251-4627

Circulation desk phone 713-251-4747 (Best number during the day)

E-mail me here

Don't hesitate to call or e-mail if you need help.


Media Resources:

Spring Forest Database Log ins

Learn to Code.

International Children's Digital Library

Use the International Children's Digital Library to find books that students can read in their native languages.

Downloadable eBooks and audio books with Overdrive

Login to Destiny, our online catalog and home of district databases Find Spring Forest and click on the link to enter Destiny where you can access our eBooks, downloadable audio books, and print books. Log in and explore what we have!

OmniLibros is an annotated bibliography to help teachers, librarians, reading resource staff, and parents select and use recently (since 2010) published English-language tradebooks that promote understanding across global cultures. For young readers looking for good international reads, it may spark an exploration of new worlds. The annotated books have been translated into English; published in English outside of the US; or published in the US, but set in another country.

 
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