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Reding Challenge

2020 Reading Challenge

2020 Reading Challenge
Luke has read 16 books toward his goal of 62 books.
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Monday, Wednesday, & Friday 7:30am - 2:30pm

Tuesday & Thursday 7:30am - 3:00pm

 

Librarian: Mr. Luke Steere

Telephone: 508-647-6670 X1210

email: lsteere@natickps.org

Circulation Librarian: Mrs. Susan Read

Telephone: 508-647-6670 X1264

email: sread@natickps.org

Library Advisory Board: help make the library the best place it can be. It’s your library-- you can have a say in how it is run. Consider being a member of the library advisory board. Meets Tuesday through Thursday mornings, 7-7:35 am.

 

Library After School opens on Tuesdays and Thursdays until 2:55 pm. Students need to sign into the library upon arrival. If students are staying after with a teacher and arriving after 2:20pm, please bring a pass.

 

Wilson Crew is a social group for brown and black students and friends to connect around identity student voice, empowerment, building relationships, sharing dialog and community involvement. Meets Wednesdays after school.

 

Students as Readers is for students interested in reading for challenge Choose from award winners, new releases, popular reads, classics, and reading lists to discuss at monthly meetings-- make friends and appreciate books and conversation. Enrollment is open throughout the year.

 

SCRATCH Club is on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the library computer lab, this student-run club delves into the MIT coding program Scratch. Students learn coding through drag-and-drop skills and design and play games, videos, and more.

Overdue materials

There are no overdue fees or replacement fines. Reminders are sent home with students monthly. Materials that have been overdue for 2 months will be considered lost. We accept replacements or payment.

 

Material Policy

Your middle school library includes both middle grade books (for ages 8-12) and young adult (YA) books (for ages 13-18). YA books allow for profanity, graphic violence, and romance and sexuality, though these topics are not in all YA books. Any YA book containing these mature topics will be designated with a red dot on the spine. All books in your library are available for check out, but our 5th and 6th grade patrons will need to have librarian approval to take out red dot books, and they may be asked to get parental permission. For more information, please check our Selection Policy or Procedures for Re-Evaluation of Materials.