BOGO Book Fair In The Library!
Come to the Scholastic BOGO Book Fair: Buy One, Get One FREE! For every item that you purchase, you’ll get a second item of equal or lesser value FREE. This is an opportunity for you to buy books, books, and more books to enjoy this summer.
Leave a Legacy @ Byrd!
Students, families and teachers have the opportunity to leave a lasting legacy at Byrd through our Library Legacy Book Program. Simply donate $20 to the library in someone’s honor or to add a topic to our collection. The Libray Staff will purchase the book for you. The Library Legacy Book will stay on our bookshelves for future Senators to enjoy!
Click on the link below to download the Library Legacy Book form.
Dear Byrd Community ~ The earthquake that hit Nepal is devastating! Byrd Middle School is deeply connected to this tragic disaster because we have Byrd Middle Senators whose native country is Nepal. Please join us in helping Nepal. Starting Tuesday 5/5 through Friday 5/8, please donate to help bring clean water, medical supplies, clothing and other needed supplies to Nepal.
Students may put their donations to “Help Nepal” in special collection cups in the library, in classrooms, and during all lunches in C-Hall. Students who donate $1.00 or more will sign a “Help Nepal” banner and receive a Free Seating Lunch Pass to use on Monday, May 11th!
Support from our teachers and Byrd’s community is also encouraged. Please write checks payable to Byrd Middle School and add Nepal Relief Service Project on the memo line for tax purposes. Your donation may be sent to Byrd’s Library.
Poetry Out Loud in the Library
We’re celebrating Poetry Month with a student lunch event: Poetry Out Loud in the Library, Monday, April 27th. Byrd’s Forensics Team will present their selections during all grade level lunches in preparation for their competition on April 30th. Click here to sign up to attend the lunch and support our awesome Forensics Team!
Check out what the lovely library ladies have read this school year by clicking here.
Come by the library and ask us what we thought about these books. We love to share.
Congratulations! 30 readers were successful in reading 4 of the VRC books by March 31st. We celebrated & voted! Which VRC book was our favorite? Think: resilience. Think: love as an agent of change. Think: family. Corrine said, “great to read how the characters connected.”
Next year’s books are ready for you to start reading —– 10 great books to suit your interests, including: realistic and historical fiction, nonfiction, a Holocaust memoir, and a mystery. But you only need to read 4 books to celebrate with us. Come to the library and check out a Virginia Readers Choice book now!
Virginia Readers’ Choice 2015-2016
Read at least 4 books by March 31st, 2016.
Complete the form for each book you read.
Join the discussion right here on the blog below this post.
After reading 4 VRC books, come to the celebration in April 2016, and cast your vote for your favorite book. Then we wait to see which book is the most popular book in Virginia!
We can’t wait to know your thoughts about the books! Let’s talk about characters, setting, connections,… Please leave a comment below and start a conversation about the VRC books!