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Welcome to the Library, 2017-2018!


Wondering about something? Need to find some information for a project? MCS students and teachers now have access to World Book Online, a great source for all types of information. There are articles, pictures, videos, and much more. 
Click the link below to get started: 

Username: mcs77
Password: mustangs

OR visit Scholastic Go!

Over the summer, we did some major renovations in the library. Our fiction books are now organized into genres. We have the following sections:
  • Realistic Fiction
  • Adventure
  • Humor
  • Mystery / Horror
  • Romance
  • Graphic Novels
  • Historical Fiction
  • Science Fiction / Fantasy
  • Sports

Teacher Contact Information: 
Telephone: (603)638-2800 ex. 33
    Looking for a good book?? We "mustache" you to check out some of the AWESOME books we've been reading this summer! 


Cardboard by Doug TenNapel!

Prisoner B-3087 and Refugee, both by Alan Gratz!


...and, stop by the library to check out our Twitter wall, where students have been tweeting about their favorite reads! 

I can find books, magazines and websites to answer my questions.

I can read and listen for information.

I can use my ideas to help others.

I can connect what I have learned to real world situations.

I can share my ideas in writing and speaking.

I participate with others while learning.

I can read, view and listen for pleasure.

I can find information in different formats and genres.

I can find appropriate sources to answer questions.

I can organize my thoughts so they are useful to my work/studies.

I can share new understandings using writing and speaking skills to communicate effectively.

I can show social responsibility by participating actively with others in learning situations by contributing questions/ideas during group discussions.

I can read, view and listen for pleasure and personal growth.
Learning Targets are based on the ISTE NETS standards.

Learning Targets/ Technology

I can identify technological activities in different occupations.

I can identify that the collection and organization of information and data is a key component of technological activities.

I can identify ways people have adapted the natural world to meet their needs and wants.

I can use safety rules to use technology.

I use different kinds of materials for activities.

I can solve problems in a technological setting.

I can list examples of technology in the classroom and home.

I can identify technology in our community.

I practice using design principles and processes in basic technological activities.

I use technological terms/words in a technological environment.

I can describe the historical evolution of technological functions.

I can identify ways technology is helpful or harmful to the natural world.

I can use hand tools in a technological setting.

I can identify and accurately use English and metric unites of measure.

I practice basic design principles and processes in basic technological activities.

I can list examples of how technology is used at my parents' workplaces.