Activities and Expectations

EVENTS in the RCE Library Learning Commons

Some of the events that happen in the RCE Library Learning Commons in addition to regular LLC lessons include: 

Author Visits (All Grades)

       September - 

       October - David Biedrzycki - Schedule and information

Primary Reading Program (Grades PreK - 2) - check by the library for a reading log.  The program runs from Tuesday after Labor Day through Halloween.  Celebrations in December.

Bluebonnet Award Program (Grades 3- 5) Program ends January 28th.

PGP - Primary Gifted Program (Grades K-2)

Lunch Bunch Groups (Grades 3- 5)  Sign up will come through e-mail blasts.

Ramblin' Recess Groups (Grades 3- 5)  Sign up will come through e-mail blasts.

Student Council (Fourth and Fifth Grade Students)  Students selected by classrooms.

KRCE Studio (Fifth Grade Students)  Application turned in to library.  Proposed schedule of students.

Research

Birthday Book Club -  Bringing back an old program...with some updated changes.

Celebrate your child's birthday by purchasing a book from our list.  Once the book has been purchased and processed your child will:  participate in a Library Birthday Celebration, be the first person to check out the book, receive a birthday book button to wear, and be announced on the KRCE morning announcements as well as the RCE Blog.

September, October, November and December birthday books need to be selected and purchased by September 4th.  January, February, March, April and May birthday books need to be selected and purchased by January 10th.  June, July, and August birthdays will be acknowledged in the next school year and need to be purchased and selected by May 17th.

For more information, click here.

To see the book list and purchase - click here.

 

Thank you for celebrating your child with a Library Book!

 

Library Guidelines and Expectations:

Books:

    *Students must respect library books by not writing or drawing in them.  Books should stay away from food and water bottles.

    *Students may check out as many books as necessary.  Students are responsible for books checked out on their name.

    *Over dues and fines are not charged, however students should return books in a reasonable amount of time - approximately 2 weeks.  Students must pay for lost books.

    *Students may visit the library daily to get additional materials.  Parents are invited to check out books as well.

Technology:

     *Students must respect technology by following school and district guidelines.

    *Technology must be returned to the designated spot, logged off and plugged in for charging.

    *Digital Citizenship lessons will be shared during the school year and students are expected to follow digital citizenship guidelines.

Library Space:

    *Using the Library space for activities may be scheduled.  Students and parents using the space need to follow the Library Guidelines in reference to appropriate behavior and access to food.

    *At the conclusion of the activity, the library space needs to be returned to it's "normal" set up ready for classes.

Contact the library to utilize the library spaces for after school or before school meetings.

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