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    Library Lesson 4/6-4/10

    I'm so excited to share with you my very first BEAVER READ! Students have been wanting me to read this book aloud all year!  Towner Award nominee What Do They Do With All That Poo? by Jane Kurtz is the focus of this week's library work. 

    Third through fifth graders can fill out the Form online once they "read the book.

    All students can make a community connection by watching what the Woodland Park Zoo does with its poo here

    Students can dig deeper by researching their favorite animal using Online Student Resources.  Pebble Go is great for K-3 and Britannica is best for 3-5.  Remember you may need the generic UN/PW: studentsps/access for some resources.

     Finally, try checking out an animal eBook from the LHE catalog.  I created a collection of all the eBooks that focus on animals.  Most books can be checked out with your SPS login however books from Mackin Via need this UN/PW: Loy/Access  Capstone books need the UN/PW: wbb23926/follett.   

    All library assignments can be found on Schoology as well.   The ongoing Reading Challenges for LH info is on the subpage to your left.

    Overwhelmed?  The most important thing your students can do for me is READ! Please do as much or as little of these assignments as you want!


    Need a new book recommendation?  Fill out this form here!


    Contact Info
    Phone: (206) 252-5920
    Main Office: (206) 252-6000

    Volunteer Opportunities
    Volunteers are always welcome in the Library. I currently have all positions filled but will post again when needed.  Thank you for being so generous with your time!


    Library Catalog

    Did you know you and your student can access the Loyal Heights Elementary Library Catalog from home? I’ve been teaching the 2-5th graders how to login to Destiny so that they can look at their accounts, see what is due, renew their books, and put books on hold! Classroom teachers have their correct username/password combos. Ask them to show you how! Additionally, even if you don’t login, students can still see what books are available in our Library. 


    SPS Online Resources

    Seattle Public Schools has made so many awesome resources available to its students at school or from home. The entire Microsoft Office 365 suite is available for student use. This includes Word, Excel, Power Point, and One Drive for saving/storing files. Fourth and fifth graders have all logged in with their unique student login / password.  Your classroom teacher can give you your child’s username/password combo. 

    You will be prompted for a username/password for some resources when not on a district computer. This is not your student’s unique login, but a generic login for all SPS students. The username is: “studentsps”. The password is: “access”   Visit the SPS Website Online Student Resources