Librology

Welcome to the MCS Library, 2018-2019!

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FOR RESEARCH:

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, for grades PreK-8.

Click the link below to get started:

Username: mcs77

Password: mustangs

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We subscribe to BrainPOP and BrainPOP Jr! Here you'll find tons of videos and activities around many different topics! Click on the link below to get started:

Username: mcsmustangs

Password: mustangs77


Students in Grades 4-8 are participating in statewide reading challenges this year!

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For grades 7 and 8: Isinglass Teen Read Challenge!

More info (and a brochure with this year's nominated titles) can be found at: http://www.barringtonlibrary.com/isinglass.asp

Students will join other teens around the state and vote in April for their favorite title!

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For grades 4 -6: the Great Stone Face Reading Challenge!

More info (and a brochure with this year's nominated titles) can be found at:

http://chilis.nhlibrarians.org/gsf/

Students will vote in April, along with other 4th, 5th and 6th graders across the state, for their favorite title!

Teacher Contact Information:

Email: amckeever@monroeschool77.com

Telephone: (603)638-2800 ex. 33


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7th and 8th graders - click this link to take you to your research guide for: Can Protest be Patriotic?

7th and 8th graders! Click on this link to take you to the research site for your Safety and Freedom inquiry project!

4th graders! Click here for your research guide for AMAZING ANIMAL ADAPTATIONS!


https://sites.google.com/monroeschool77.com/grade4animalresearch/home




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5th and 6th graders! Click here for your research guide for the Silk Road!

Questions about how to cite a source? Use the following links to find out what you need!