Welcome to the SFES Library!
What's Happening in the SFES Library!
In person SFES students are visited once a week for lessons with the librarian. Grades 1-5 have begun checking out books. Students in grades 2-5 are selecting their book by placing a hold through our Destiny system. Books are delivered later that day or the next day, time permitting. 1st graders are selecting their book from a collection brought to their classroom during library time. Once returned, books are quarantined for 72 hours before they are made available for re-circulation. We will expand this offering as time permits during the school year. See below to learn what students are doing during library time!
Virtual students may not check out a physical book at this time but should have full access to our Destiny system and the ebooks offered there. We have added about 100 books to the ebook shelf in the last 6 months! Read below for information on accessing these books.
If you are part of the Virtual Academy, there are so many FREE online resources to keep you all reading and engaged. Here are a few:
Tennessee R.E.A.D.S - Access eBooks and audiobooks. No library card, no worries! You can register for a card online!
Meet Libby! - Another way to access public library resources with an app that will download books directly to your tablet.
Virtual Field Trips - There are so many out there, and I believe this article includes the best of the best all in one place! Where will you go today - the "jelly-cam" at the Monterey Bay Aquarium or The National Museum of Natural History or The Louvre in Paris?!?
TEL4U - Don't forget this wonderful resource to research, learn, and explore! You may access the World Book through the Look It Up! icon.
Our Destiny Discover catalog can be found here. Students may access the Schilling Farms Library eBooks by using the Destiny app in their Classlink.
Library Lessons - Month of December
Pre-K - Holiday exploration - We will be exploring the holidays of Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and Christmas through the following stories and an accompanying craft:
- My Family Celebrates Kwanzaa by Lisa Bullard
- The Missing Letters: A Dreidel Story by Renee Londner
- Pete the Cat Saves Christmas by Eric Litwin
Kindergarten through 5th Grade - DIGITAL DECEMBER! Students will participate in Common Sense Media lessons about digital citizenship each week in December. Below is a list of the lessons by grade level as well as family activities to encourage digital citizenship at home.
- Media Balance Is Important
- Pause For People
- Safety In My Online Neighborhood
- How Technology Makes You Feel
- Internet Traffic Light
- Pause and Think Online
- Putting A STOP To Online Meanness
- That's Private!
- Who Is In Your Online Community?
- Our Digital Citizenship Pledge
- Password Power-Up
- The Power Of Words
- Be A Super Digital Citizen
- Keeping Games Fun and Friendly
- Private and Personal Information
- Digital Friendships
- Is It Cyberbullying?
- You Won't Believe This!
DIGITAL FAMILY ACTIVITIES