|Ian McPeake, out Senior Intern|
Many students found accessing their feedback confusing. We hope that this facilitates the process.
Every summer, we publish our criteria for the summer reading list. We try to include very recent publications except for a handful of classics, a balance between adult and young adult fiction, we include a wide array of perspectives and experiences as well as genres. We aim to celebrate diversity with our selections. Our complete summer reading list is posted at nchslibrary.info. This year, this process inspired us to update our materials selection policy; not just for the summer reading list, but for the entire collection. We are including it here.
As the semester winds to a close, many classes are creating 3D projects in the makerspace. Earth Science students have cycled through to create a alien that could subsist on the student's assigned planet or moon. Some of those photos follow:
The makerspace is for teachers too!
And finally, this was found on a librarian's desk this week. We had to share.