Monthly Archives: October 2015

Trick…Or Treat?

            Here is a real treat: Paul staying after school to shelve books for me (I have a broken foot). This is but one of the things that I love about St. Eugene- the sense … Continue reading

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Emily’s Book Reviews

Emily is such a prolific reader and one of my favorite people! Only in fourth grade, she reads widely and well. Here are two recent books that she loved and wanted share with others: Great job, Emily!

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Power Hour

Took a quick snap of most of my sixth grade Power Hour group today as they were leaving (sorry, Miles!). All middle school students are assigned to different groups that meet from 11:00 to 11:30 each day. I am lucky … Continue reading

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Or You Can Go To The Library!

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Won’t Someone Please Make This For Me?

Before Friday?

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Reader Of The Week/Hidden Treasure Reader!

      Tristin is on a roll! He is tearing through some of our Hidden Treasure books. Last week he read Kit Carson, Mountain Man and The Lucky Baseball Bat. I think that deserves a Reader of the Week award … Continue reading

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TOP 10 FICTIONAL CHARACTERS WHO GAVE THE BEST ADVICE by Elizabeth Snevily

Originally posted on Nerdy Book Club:
There comes a time in every character’s life when they are at a crossroad. They must face the simple, honest truths about life and how to live it, but often times they need the…

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