library & Multimedia
During multimedia class, students learn their WA State Technology Standards along with WA State Computer Science Standards. Students use Chromebooks to learn digital tools and research skills necessary to communicate new ideas and concepts. Our program includes instruction in keyboarding, word processing, drawing, presentations, data input/analysis, coding, and STEM integrated activities. In addition, students are taught digital citizenship skills such as evaluating and citing sources along with personal responsibility in using digital media.
Every week students visit the library for keyboarding practice, book talks, and check-out. We have stacks and stacks of new and appealing books. As we give students exposure to a wide variety of literature, we hope to unlock their natural curiosity and help them develop lifelong reading habits. Reading 20 minutes every night is the best way to help children become readers!
Multimedia Instructional Specialist
Kim Simons, Library Tech - Paraeducator
Please have your child return his/her library books on their library day.
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Library/Media Responsibilities and Policies