Read for a Lifetime Reading Program

June 12th, 2010

Read for a Lifetime, a program sponsored by the Illinois State Library, targets high school students. Developing lifelong readers who enjoy a mix of classic and contemporary literature is one of its goals.  Click on the links to the right for more information.  Here is the link to the Illinois State Library Read for a Lifetime Program.  You can find details and the list of books on this page.


Library Update

August 16th, 2017

The library will not be open at the start of the school year.¬† We have set up a temporary home in the Makerspace room that is next to the 3D art room in the main hallway.¬† The Read for a Lifetime books are set up there.¬† You cannot get passes to come to the temporary library during the school day, but you can stop in before or after school.¬† If you can’t get there before or after school, place a hold and we will deliver it to your English class.¬† I will eventually put together some mobile library carts that I will travel with so students can check out other books for SSR.

Student Library Advisory Panel

August 28th, 2013

Don’t forget that all students who just like to read and talk about books are invited to be part of the Student Library Advisory Panel.¬† We meet in the library at 7:30 a.m. on Thursday mornings to preview our newest books and plan book-related activities.