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    Posted on 01/04/2018
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    HEADLINE Literacy Event:
    Author Charles Waters
    Jan 25th 1PM All School Assembly  Thanks to
    Antioch University-Seattle’s Multicultural Children’s Literature Celebration.

    Book pre-order form linked on our DPIS library website, http://edu.glogster.com/glog/grc-18/2fcc649c6nv 

    Charles Waters also be speaking with Reagan Jackson at Northwest African American Museum on Weds 24th 7:30 https://townhallseattle.org/event/charles-waters-with-reagan-jackson/

    Please join me in welcoming our UW iSchool library intern Maya Radovanovic.

    How's this for a busy librarian?  Mr Seasholes added wheels shelving in the library over winter break: https://youtu.be/LQx30XhBjY8

    Participating 4-5the grade GRC students will go on a literary field trip  Friday 1/19
    to Seattle Public Library Central Library to hear GRC author Kim Baker describe her fun-filled “PICKLE: The Formerly Anonymous Prank Club of Fountain Point Middle School” 
    http://kimbakerbooks.com/pickle   Four chaperones needed for 4-5 th grade GRC participants going to the Seattle Public Library downtown by school bus. Contact Mr Seasholes clseasholes@seattleschools.org if you can join us.

    GRC In School Challenge Tue 2/6/2018 1:00p - 2:00p Feb 4-5th grade teams will compete from 1 to 2PM  for the honor of representing our school in the Seattle Public Library Global Reading Challenge. GRC reading teams are meeting once a week for lunch in the library. More resources including practice questions are at http://edu.glogster.com/glog/grc-18/2fcc649c6nv. Parents and teachers are encouraged to grab one of the books & read along with this terrific program from SPL.

    STYLEFollowing up on Charles Water’s appearance and book, the 4-5th graders will embark on a week-long songwriting and literacy residency with  LearningwithSTYLE Feb 5-9 . Thanks to Northwest Literacy Foundation, The Bushwick Book Club-Seattle  and our own PTA for making this possible. Each 4-5th grade class will write and record their own song based on themes of “Race, Mistakes and Friendship” explored through the poems in Can I Touch Your Hair?

    Mark your calendar: “New Books for Lunar New Year” Scholastic Book Fair February 14-16  

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    Being the librarian at Dearborn Park International School is a dream job for me. I work hard to deliver the best of what school libraries can bring to each and every reader, students and adults.  I love everything about our library’s interaction with staff, classes and families. That does mean that sometimes I’m collaborating with others, either online through meetings or in face to face events that take me away from school.

     This year I feel fortunate to serve Washington State’s school, public, academic and special libraries as president of our Washington Library Association It’s extra work that brings benefits to our community. You can learn more http://wla.org or via my blog: http://bookmansbytes.blogspot.com