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    HAZEL WOLF K-8 LIBRARY

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    Hello from the Hazel Wolf Library!

    Our goal in the Hazel Wolf Library is for all students to READ EVERY DAY! We want the Library to be a place where every student, teacher or community member feels comfortable and able to fill their various needs.


    Student is checking out books in the library.Students come to the library
    - before school
    - after school
    - Middle School lunch
    - Weekly elementary grade level optional morning recess (once a week)
    During these times, students can:
    - check out books
    - use iPads
    - play board games
    - enjoy the space

    Middle school students may use their personal devices in the library if they have signed (and their parents have signed) our school's Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy.


    During the School Day: Elementary and Middle School teachers will bring classes to the library as needed - we operate on a flex schedule. Kindergarten through 2nd grade will have weekly story and checkout time. Ms. Fournier will teach how to find books and how to use the iPads to search for books. We will talk about great books to read! We will explore the Students are reading books in the library.Washington Children's Choice Picture book nominees as well as the Towner Award books. Students will vote for their favorites in March. We will discuss internet safety and various ways to use the computers. 4th and 5th grade students may choose to participate in the Soda Float Challenge, Global Reading Challenge, the Graphic Novel Tournament or the Picture Book Tournament. There will be other activities in the library throughout the school year.
    Please come to the library any day before or after school.
    Each elementary grade level will have one morning recess day to come to the library each week as well.


    Volunteer Opportunities: If you are interested in volunteering in the library, please contact Debi Fournier - demandel@seattleschools.org

    Debi Fournier

    Contact Info

    Librarian: Debi Fournier
    demandel@seattleschools.org
    Phone: 206-252-4543


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