February 2015 Library Events
What's Happening This February:
TEXAS BLUEBONNET AWARD ELECTION 2015 RESULTS!
WINNING TITLES FOR OUR CAMPUS:
Third Grade: The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt and Platypus Police Squad: the Frog Who Croaked by Jarrett J. Krosoczka tied for first place.
Fourth Grade: Dead City by James Ponti in first place and Platypus Police Squad: The Frog Who Croaked by Jarrett J. Krosoczka in second place.
Fifth Grade: Dead City by James Ponti in first place and a tie between Platypus Police Squad: the Frog Who Croaked by Jarrett J. Krosoczka and Athlete vs. Mathlete by W.C. Mack.
The Thousand Oaks Campus level winning title was Dead City by James Ponti with lots of fifth graders participating in this year's election.
The state wide winning title should be announced in early February.
The Texas Bluebonnet Award statewide election is held annually in January and is sponsored by the Texas Library Asso.
Third through fifth graders were invited to participate in this secret ballot election opportunity by reading at least five of the 20 nominated titles.
"I Voted!" spirit sticks were awarded to students who cast their ballot for their favorite nominated title.
Library Magazine Fundraiser February 17th -20th: SAVE YOUR SUBSCRIPTIOINS "SOS"
Please renew your magazine subscriptins or place an order for a new magazines for yourself, your children and friends through our annual campus magazine sale that benefits the library.
40% of the price you pay for your subsciption will come to our campus library to be used to support library programing!!!
There is a great selection of magazines some of which are available electronically. You can even place your orders online.
Look for the magazine sale packet which will be coming home on Tuesday, February 17th!
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
OverDrive : eBooks and audiobooks
NEISD students, teachers and parents are invited to check out eBooks and audiobooks from the NEISD Overdrive digital library.
All students and teachers need is their NESID ID Number to access this library and to check out electronic and audio books on most digital devices (including cell phones)!
Select Overdrive Read as your format if you want to read eBooks in your browser and rather than downloading them in a specific format.
Parent passwords expire annually in August. Thousand Oaks Parents will need to contact Mrs. Casseb in the library to have a new password created.
P.S. the San Antonio Public Library also has an OverDrive digital library. You just need a library card. Happy Reading!