Reminder

Reminder to all library users –
All library materials must be returned by Friday, 4 June. Students with outstanding library materials will not receive their report cards until they have cleared their overdue lists. Lost books will need to be paid for.

Elementary students must also return the black library bags. Missing bags will be charged at 50 RMB.

We encourage our school community to check out books over the summer. Library materials may be checked out over the summer holidays if

    • the student has a cleared library record
    • elementary student (gr NPK- 4) has written permission from parents stating that student will be responsible for returning or replacing library books on the first day of the 2010-2011 school year.
  • Forms can be found here: Summer checkout permission form

The 100 Books Club

Badge given to the members of the 100 Books Club

Congratulations to the 8 IST elementary students who have checked out 100 books or more this year. They will be given a badge like the one shown on this post and they will be the first to check out one of our latest batch of new books, especially chosen for each of them.

The 100 Books Club members for the year 2009-2010 school year are:

    Tracy Zheng, 2M
    Angela Yang, 5W
    Jung Bin Hong, 4T
    Joo Young Hwang, 5C
    Amber Garrett, 4T
    Julius Bernhardt, 4S
    Michael Fitzgerald, 4T
    Seung Hwan Cha, 4T

Keep reading, everyone!

Welcome to our new blogging home!

Image from cover of Johnson, Marilyn. This Book Is Overdue!: How Librarians and Cybrarians Can Save Us All*. New York: Harper, 2010.

WELCOME! We have moved to this site formally. We are trying to move old blog postings to this site, but they still will be available there. Please book mark or grab our feed so you can stay up-to-date with library happenings.

*This Book Is Overdue!: How Librarians and Cybrarians Can Save Us All.

News: 10 March 2010

Information Literacy and Library News

book orders

Scholastic book orders

The library would like to thank the IST community for their support and participation during the author visit. The survey results indicate that the community was satisfied with the author visit. One author who is trying to cover the needs of the full school is difficult. It is recommended that the school consider an appropriate author for each school on alternate years: elementary one year and the following year secondary. As we continue to focus on oral skills, the skills and stories shared during the author visit will continue to be highlighted throughout the year. In fact, there are some Thursday Night Lives that will be featuring students and their oral skills.

On Wednesday, 16 boxes arrived with Scholastic book orders; the books were distributed to all eager readers.

Attention Grade 11 Parents! due to Parent Conferences that have been scheduled 31 March and 1 April, the Extended Essay — EE Tea has been changed to a “meet and greet.” Please be sure to schedule a time with Ms. Gourley about the Extended Essay process.