Month: April 2017

Squirrelly Students

It seems even squirrels love to learn. This albino squirrel is a familiar sight to staff and students; hanging out in the green spaces near our school. He paid a visit to one of the 2nd grade classes, peering in through the window from a tree perch. Looks like he (or she) is ready to learn!

The Power of YET!

Jamestown staff and students are celebrating the power of yet. What things can’t you do…yet, and how will you work towards mastery?

Love Your Library! April is School Library Month

This year’s theme for the American Library Association’s American Association of School Librarians division is “Because School Libraries Empower Students”. This month, readers and librarians across the country will focus on the ways in which school libraries transform learning. Follow or share #SLM17 on Twitter!

April is National Autism Awareness Month

Stay tuned throughout the month of April as we share important information and facts about autism and people with autism. Need a great books that feature children with autism and their families? Here are a few suggestions from your school librarian: My Brother Charlie by Holly Robinson Peete (picture book) The London Eye Mystery by Siobhan […]