Parent Friendly School Standards

      Helping Students Become Internet Savvy

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        Helping Students Become Internet Savvy

        Students receive a vast amount of information on the internet and through social media. Checkout this PowToon on Fake News by Mrs. Dawkins to help navigate misinformation. You will also find safe search engines listed on the student page under Be Internet Savvy section.

        Common Sense Media is a wonderful resource for parents to find out information on an array media material. Click on the link below to check it out.

        Common Sense Media for Parents link.

      Opportunities to Volunteer

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        Opportunities to Volunteer

        There are many ways to volunteer in the school library. We are always looking for mentor readers and makerspace experts. In addition to those, we have bi-monthly book clubs for students and interested parents. If you are interested in volunteering, please fill out the SecureVolunteer form here. Our volunteer forms are through Secure Volunteer, powered by the Background Investigation Bureau LLC. Our media specialist will be in touch once she receives a notification email from Secure Volunteer. 

      YA Sticker

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        Young Adult Sticker

        Parents, if a book has a bright pink YA sticker on the spine (as seen in the picture to the left), it means it is intended for Young Adult audiences. These books lean more towards PG-13. Being a true middle school and serving 6th-8th graders, we need to have an array of diverse books. If you want to make sure the book is a good fit for the maturity level of your student, click on the Common Sense Media for Parents link in the section above (Helping Students Become Internet Savvy).