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Waterford High School Library: Library Club

This month in Makerspace!

December:  Glove Monsters - The WUHS library club is sponsoring a charity drive to benefit a Racine based non-profit organization called Faith Hope & Love: Support for Children in Crisis.  This organization benefits kids from Southeastern Wisconsin, collecting new donated items to support children displaced due to abuse, neglect or tragedy; children with incarcerated parents; and children recovered from human trafficking.  In addition to donating items from our tagged Christmas tree, another way to contribute is by making a sock monster which we will send for these children along with our donations!  For directions, visit this website:  Glove Monster

 

 

November:   LEGO challenge! Starts Monday Nov. 5th

If you come to the library In November, you may want to try your hand with the Lego one-scoop challenge!

What will you create?

 

Book of the Month Club Selections

Join Library Club!

The WUHS Library Club is open to any interested WUHS students. Meetings are held once per month, usually before school at 7:05 am.  The following are scheduled meeting dates for the 2018-2019 school year:

October 9, 2018

November 6, 2018

January 8, 2018

February 5, 2018

March 5, 2018

April 2, 2018

May 7, 2018

– Stacy Schif, The New York Times Book Review
- See more at: http://books.simonandschuster.com/Greater-Journey/David-McCullough/9781416571773#sthash.Om5tfIy9.dpuf
"An epic of ideas, as well as an exhilirating book of spells . . . This is history to be savored."
– Stacy Schif, The New York Times Book Review
- See more at: http://books.simonandschuster.com/Greater-Journey/David-McCullough/9781416571773#sthash.Om5tfIy9.dpuf
"An epic of ideas, as well as an exhilirating book of spells . . . This is history to be savored."
– Stacy Schif, The New York Times Book Review
- See more at: http://books.simonandschuster.com/Greater-Journey/David-McCullough/9781416571773#sthash.Om5tfIy9.dpuf
"An epic of ideas, as well as an exhilirating book of spells . . . This is history to be savored."
– Stacy Schif, The New York Times Book Review
- See more at: http://books.simonandschuster.com/Greater-Journey/David-McCullough/9781416571773#sthash.Om5tfIy9.dpuf
"An epic of ideas, as well as an exhilirating book of spells . . . This is history to be savored."
– Stacy Schif, The New York Times Book Review
- See more at: http://books.simonandschuster.com/Greater-Journey/David-McCullough/9781416571773#sthash.Om5tfIy9.dpuf
"An epic of ideas, as well as an exhilirating book of spells . . . This is history to be savored."
– Stacy Schif, The New York Times Book Review
- See more at: http://books.simonandschuster.com/Greater-Journey/David-McCullough/9781416571773#sthash.Om5tfIy9.dpuf

Because Library Club is a school-sponsored activity, to participate you must have

  • paid $15 yearly activity fee (good for all activities that year)
  • signed code
  • signed and turned in blue form

Upcoming Events

September - Code Meeting for all activity participants 

October - Halloween Woodworking Contest & Staff Pumpkin Head Look Alike Contest!

November - Lego Challenge & Special Library Event:  Breakout!  November 20, 2018

December - Charitable Maker Project!  Check out this site for a possible charity to which we can contribute!  They are in need of these donation items - and I was thinking we could make these cute Glove Monsters to go along with what they receive!

 

 

 

What's Going on in the Library?

Library Club Members: Pick your favorite design and vote here if you would like a library club t-shirt (library club will pay for half!)

Option 1:

Option 2:

Option 3:

Option 4:

Library Aides

Library Aides help out in the library during study halls.  We ask students to save the first 10 minutes of the period to assist with various library related tasks; the rest of the time can be used to complete schoolwork if needed.  Library aides are automatically party of Library Club and as such, must attend at least one BOMC discussion meeting each semester.

If interested, please see Mrs. Sereno, Mrs. Pomeroy, or Mrs.Hyland in the library.

Librarian