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Patty Barfield, MLS
If you are learning digitally or at school, please email me with any questions, book recommendations, or book storytime suggestions you may have. I am here to help, even if I'm not at the library!
My sweet Bears,
I MISS YOU! Each and every one of you, but I am going to do my best to add in resources, podcasts, and videos to stay connected. Take a look at my RESOURCES page as well as the Wakelet to stay on top of all the cool things we have for you.
And to our new Bears, I can't wait to meet you!
Follow the library on Facebook at Lincoln Library MISD or follow me on Twitter @PattyBarfield45.
User Names and Passwords are listed below. If you need the TexQuest.net or PebbleGo passwords, please email Mrs. Barfield at firstname.lastname@example.org to get the links. Since it is a paid subscription, I can't post the information on the website.
Password: K-3 is bears20. 4-5 have their own unique password.
Example for a student with lunch number 123456:
For example, if the student’s lunch number is 123456, the user name is s123456.
Our BOOK FAIR is coming to Lincoln February 16-26!
Safety is our first priority. Click HERE to see the safety practices.
You can also shop online. Click HERE to visit on Online Book Fair.
Unfortunately visitors can't attend the Book Fair. Students will be called down between the hours of 9-3 daily in small groups to ensure social distancing.
You may send cash, but coins will not be given. They will be rounded up to the nearest dollar to donate to All For Books. Read about the program HERE.
You may send a check made out the LES.
You may also add money on their eWallet. See how to set that up HERE. *IMPORTANT NOTICE* Last year, unused money on the eWallet went back on the credit card. This year I was informed they would NOT do that. I will help your child spend as much that is on the eWallet as possible. Balances under $2 will be donated to All For Books. Please don't put more than you want them to spend. :-)
Don't forget to add the tax!
Hey Bears! Check out our Virtual Library Here!
The LES Library wants to make sure every Bear that wants a library book gets one. If they are learning at home as a remote learner, they can still get library books using this handy Curbside Pick Up!
Step 1- Fill out the form below
Step 2- Wait until your student gets an email from me confirming the date and time for pick up
Step 3- Drive to the LES Car Rider line. The gates will be CLOSED. Drive past the first gate and stop at the second.
Step 4- Call the number on the poster (936-276-4730 and wait comfortably in your car for the books to be delivered.
Each year, 20 books are chosen for the Texas Bluebonnet Award Master List. Schools and libraries around the state participate in the program, encouraging students to read a minimum of five books from the list. In January, students vote for their favorite title. The author of the book receiving the most votes wins the Texas Bluebonnet Award (TBA) which is presented at the Texas Bluebonnet Award Luncheon held during the TLA Annual Conference in the spring. Learn more HERE.
Tweens read is an awesome opportunity for our 5th graders. It is happening the week of October 19-24. In the library, they will have the chance to watch authors of Myths and Magic as well as History discuss their books, the writing process they use, and how they became authors. On Saturday, October 24, Newbery award winning author Jerry Craft will be the keynote. Anyone can register for the FREE Zoom.
Here is the schedule of events. http://www.tweensread.com/scheduleevent-logistics.html
Here is information about Tweens Read. http://www.tweensread.com/index.html
And here is a link to Blue Willow Bookshop where you can by any of the books and get the author's autograph. https://www.bluewillowbookshop.com/tweens-read-2020
Montgomery Independent School District, with an unyielding commitment to excellence, will provide a premier academic program that recognizes the unique potential of each student and integrates the intellectual, social, cultural and physical aspects of learning. This program will empower each student to become an eager lifelong learner committed to academic excellence, integrity, responsible citizenship and service to others.
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