Wednesday, February 4, 2015 is the day we chose to document for SnapShotNY. Although our library is not usually a quiet place, this was a particularly busy day! Here are the highlights.
During the school day, there were 113 book checkouts (Mrs. Boberg had a very busy day!!), 6 equipment checkouts, and 82 page views to the library website. Approximately 45 students visited the library to work independently on classwork and research projects.
|Students in the library to print a project.|
|Using the computer to research a cool new game!|
|Using the library computers to research a "Where in the World" assignment for social studies.|
|Getting cozy while researching for the "Where in the World" assignment.|
|Reading Brick by Brick by Charles R. Smith, Jr.|
|Coloring pictures of Washington, D. C.|
|Fifth grade is working on South America projects.|
|Creating the neighborhoods required a lot of teamwork.|
|Once all of the buildings were placed, students then decorated the neighborhoods.|
|Cutting and assembling the buildings.|
|An example of the different French terms that students will need to give directions.|
|The final rush to finish the village!|
|Mrs. Hunt's study group.|
|Mrs. Battaglia helps fifth grade students begin their study of South America.|
All in all, a very busy day in the library! Below is a summary of all that happened during February 4th. We hope to participate in SnapShotNY again next year.