Grizzell Library Learning Commons

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The traditional idea of the library is the consumption of knowledge; but in the learning commons, we add the creation of knowledge. It is a place to build, create, make, edit, experiment, collaborate, and produce!
Our mission is to prepare students for lifelong learning.
Lifelong Learners know how information is organized, how to find it,
and how to use it. In a complex world of digital information sources,
our students must become information literate.
Information Literacy is the set of skills needed to locate, retrieve, analyze,
and use information. We provide a variety of excellent databases
(organized collection of electronic and digital sources) which have been
reviewed for our students on the basis of:
Credible (Believable) 
Written by authors with credentials (education)
Mrs. Mitzi Moshiri - Library Media Specialist 
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Power of the Pen - 8th grade Coach
Mrs. Autumn Shah
Library Assistant 

American Association of School Librarians Standards

National School Library Standards c2018
 6 Integrated Frameworks
Domains and Competencies  
The goal of this competency based education is to support learners’ growth through personalized learning experiences. 

Book Fair - April 24th - May 1st

fiesta bk fair
Use the new eWallet feature:
Create an account, add funds, shop! No more carrying cash or checks to school. All digital. Get the books you want!
HOURS: Daily during school hours
OPEN LATE: Thursday, April 25th for the Orchestra Concert 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Book Fair Visits with ELA classes:
7th grade - Wednesday, April 24th
7th and 6th grade - Thursday, April 25th
6th grade - Friday, April 26th
Introduction to Student Resources in Context
This is a screencast which overviews the layout of SRC and how to access the different features.
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Decision Wheel for Modern Literacy

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