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EIN Welcome

Einstein Welcome

Library Hours:

8:15 AM to 3:30 PM daily. The library will NOT be open for students after school on early release Wednesdays. The library will be closed when Ms. Dame is teaching in the library. Check with your teacher or the library schedule.

*Tech hours are 7:30 AM - 11 AM and 11:45 PM - 3:30 PM daily.

If you still have books checked out from last year, it is never too late to return them! If you have books from your elementary school, we can get it back to them. 😀

CLUBS: Ms. Dame will be running two clubs this year:

  • Cut & Paste: Do crafts while listening to audiobooks. Ms. Dame will provide a variety of craft materials (yarn, construction paper, beads, etc). You are welcome to provide your own materials or work with what is here. We'll choose the book together. (Every Thursday except the P&B dates below) 
  • Pizza & Books: Join us to talk about whatever book(s) you are reading right now. We will be joined by Leslie Carter from the Richmond Beach branch of KCLS. We will meet one Thursday each month. Dates TBD

Instagram: @Einstein.Tigers.Read - Follow the Einstein library for book suggestions, reading challenges, and more!  

Miscellaneous Information:

  • LOST BOOKS:  If you lost a book that was checked out to you, there are several options.  You can pay the fine.  You can replace the book with a new copy of the same title.  You can talk to Ms. Dame about doing a book swap. You can also talk to Ms. Dame about working or reading off your fine.
  • DONATIONS:  The library happily accepts donations of gently used books, appropriate for middle school students.  We also have a wish list of specific titles we would like to add to our collection. (Email me if you would like a copy of the wish list). Thank you in advance!
  • VOLUNTEERS: We would love to have you volunteer in the library this year! Flexible schedules, job training, great co-workers! Email me if you're interested:

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About the Librarian

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Anne Dame

At the middle school library, my primary objective is to discover "the right book" for each student. I understand that some students may express disinterest in reading or books, but I firmly believe that it's merely a matter of finding the perfect match. Through dedicated efforts, I strive to connect every student with items that resonate with their interests, passions, and preferences. In the end, they may develop a love for reading and ultimately discover the joy and value in the written word.

Some favorites:

- Accountable by Slater

- Next New Syrian Girl by Shukairy

- Victory. Stand! by Barnes & Smith

- Cemetery Boys by Thomas

- We Still Belong by Day

This is also an important time to continue developing digital literacy skills. They will do so by evaluating content, utilizing resources effectively, and citing sources. These classes emphasize the importance of these skills, enabling students to navigate technology confidently and responsibly as they mature. 

If you have any questions, thoughts, or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me through the email listed here.

Anne Dame