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Old Fashioned Card Catalog

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Battle of the Books


 

NewsBank

Access to state and national newspapers


 

Gale Virtual Reference Library

Electronic Books for use anytime

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Library Binder sheet

These are the sheets that need to go into each student's school binder at the front of the Language Arts section.

Library Literacy Binder Sheet with AASL Standards

2015-16 library literacy binder sheet.pdf

 

PBS Learning Media - a free resource for students and staff

Thousand of resources are available for students and staff. The link is now found on the library home page so just select the 'catalog' button on this page and then select 'PBS LearningMedia'. Users may create a log in or just use the site as a guest. 

Check it out! An information sheet is below:

 

PBS LearningMedia.pdf

 

Citation Guide

There are many ways to get guidance and support when doing research to ensure that you are citing your sources correctly: your teacher may give you some guidelines, you can consult an online citation site (ex. EasyBib), you can refer to your agenda (page R-5) or you can refer to this MLA Citation Guide. Unless your teacher has specifically asked for a different format, most middle school classes use MLA (Modern Language Association).

mla citation guide.doc

Library Locker

PPT, Word, Excel Viewers [Go]
Acrobat Reader [Go]

Gale Search

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Cleveland Annual Spelling Bee Winners

Congratulations to this year's Spelling Bee winner-Brayden Diaz!  In second place was Sam Roberts and in third place, Jazmyne Salas.  We're proud of your hard work.  Thanks to all the Cleveland students who participated.

Retired CMS Librarian Laurie Lacey Dedicates Little Free Library

Cleveland MS Welcomes its Little Free Library

 

Cleveland now has a Little Free Library! It is located in the courtyard just outside the mini-gym. The CMS community is invited to pick-up books or donate books to be shared.

Ms. Hager and Ms. Stuhler are the on-site stewards and they can answer any questions that you might have or visit this website: littlefreelibrary.org.

Build a Better World - Summer Reading Program at the Public Libraries

The Public Libraries summer reading program's theme this year is 'Build a Better World and it runs from June 3rd - July 29th. Students can read books, attend events, participate in crafts, earn prizes and the program is free!

For some events students will need to register online at www.abqlibrary.org

Remember, the summer reading program is for the whole family.

For more information visit a Public Library near you.

Keep on READING!

Summer Reading

http://abqlibrary.org/booklists/teenreads

 

Are you looking for something to read? Can'f find anything that is just right? Interesting? Fascinating?

Select this link to the Public Library's Book Lists and begin your quest for the perfect book!

Students Caught Reading!

Free Open eBooks for all CMS Families!

Have you wanted to explore eBooks but have never tried? Now it is easier than ever!

Have you wanted to explore eBooks but don't have an eReader (ex. Nook/Kindle)? Now CMS Families can access eBooks using iOS (Apple) and Android devices. Just download the app, input your access code and pin and you are ready to read!

 

As an eBook user you may download up to 10 eBooks at a time to your mobile digital device. Each eBook will be available for 56 days and can always be renewed.

Each CMS student will receive a letter with step by step instructions along with their access code and pin at our Student Led Conferences 02/23 and 02/24.

 

Don't wait for those popular books to come back to the library, just download them today!

 

For more information check out the FAQs below:

 

 

http://openebooks.net/faq.html

Library Calendar

  Kim Stuhler, Teacher-Librarian

Email Ms. Stuhler at stuhler@aps.edu

Come Check out our New Arrivals - Fiction

Come Check out our New Arrivals - Fiction

Nonfiction

Nonfiction

CMS Library Information/Hours

The Library is open daily from 8:00am -3:15pm.

 

Library Lunch Hours:

A Lunch - open Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays

 

B Lunch - open Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays

 

C Lunch - open Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays

 

Students may check out books before or after school, during lunches, passing periods, or with their class.  Students are welcome to come during class with a pass from a teacher.

 

Students may check out books or other materials as long as they have a student ID and Agenda with them.  Each student is allowed to check out up to 5 books at one time as long as they have no overdue or lost materials.

 

Our Library

Visit our Friendly Neighborhood Library - Erna Fergusson

Follow this link to Erna Fergusson's website for information about directions, hours, and special events. Visit them, you'll like it!

http://abclibrary.org/ernafergusson

Discovery Education

Discovery Education is for everyone! To access, use the link below:

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Britannica Image Quest

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Britannica School

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Spanish - Britannica

CMS READS - Every Tuesday

This year during Advisory class, one day a week will be dedicated to READING. All students will have some time to explore their reading interests with follow-up visits to the library. What will you be reading?

Databases at CMS

Databases are edited, vetted, organized and reliable digital resources for research. Databases can be accessed 7 days a week, 24 hours a day from any computer with Internet access. Their credible information also comes with ready-to-use citations. Try Britannica School with links on this page.

When accessing a database from outside school you will need passwords. These are on display in our library and stickers are available for your agendas so...what are you waiting for?

 

Come Check out our New Arrivals - Fiction

New Arrivals - Fiction