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Welcome to Dilworth Elementary School’s Library!

Library News:
Week of FEB 22nd
Congrats to BOOK FAIR Grade Level Drawing Winners:
K – Audrey
1st – Evie
2nd – Simon
3rd – Otis
4th – Beatrix
5th – Ryan
6th – Sarah
There will be another grade level drawing this coming Thursday, March 4th! The ONLINE Book Fair continues until March 8th!
Gift Cards available online!

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Story Cupboard Book Fairs
Story Cupboard Book Fairs. At the heart of The Story Cupboard is a love of books and learning. We are committed to getting quality literature into the hands of kids and families, contributing to a world lifetime readers.
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Why do we do Book Fair?
***To get books into students' hands!
* To promote reading in a fun manner.
* The Library receives a small portion of each order which I then use to buy more books!
(Dilworth’s enrollment is down and, with that, the Library has lost funding this year!!!)
***To help out a local, family-owned business during this COVID time!!!
With your help promoting the Book Fair, everyone will benefit! Thank you for your support!

Congratulations to Dilworth’s BATTLE of the BOOKS Team for this year!

Grace Millie Marian Logan ALT: Clara
The TEAM is reviewing the twenty books in anticipation of the District Battle of the Books March 16th @1:30p.m.

Library Lessons This Week: Typing Practice for all! Plus EXTRA: People to Know
With the transition of students to either remaining online or in-person, there are still weekly Library Lessons for all students(K-6) via Canvas every Wednesday for 30-45 minutes on the students' Canvas Library Page. Library is part of the Asynchronous 3 hours of instruction on Wednesdays. Also, each grade level (both online and in-person students) will meet with Mrs. Park, in-person, a week at a time, for Library lessons.

Under RESOURCES on your student’s Library Page: Click and you will find several different grade level reading lists – recommended books for that grade level. Happy Reading!
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*Please RETURN Library books to the Quarantine Carts located: just inside the Office doors, next to the Library doors, OR just inside the Library doors. Thank you!
****LOOK for our NEW books! Students are now able to access Destiny Library inside their Library Course on their Dashboard in Canvas to place a HOLD or choose e-books to read at home.
SORA (Online books) is also available on the same navigation bar!

Salt Lake City School Library Mission Statement
The mission of the Library Learning Center is to ensure that students and staff are effective users of ideas. A strong Library Learning Center program, administered by a certified Library Technology Teacher, positively impacts student achievement. The Library Technology Teacher is a certified teacher, instructional partner, information specialist and program coordinator & curator of the collection.

Library Hours: Welcome Back To School!
All classrooms attend a Library skills class once a week for 45 minutes based on the Utah Core Curriculum for Library Media encompassing Reading Engagement, Information & Research, Media Literacy & Digital Citizenship.
ALL WEEKLY Library Lessons are on Canvas. Weekly in-person classes are by Grade Level.
For Online/At Home School: Office Hours will be 8 - 8:30am & 3:00 - 3:30pm Daily via email rachelle.park@slcschools.org

Currently, there is no in-person browsing in the Library.

Book Check-Out
*Kindergarteners, First Graders, & Second Graders will be encouraged to use SORA for reading.
* Third, Fourth, Fifth, & Sixth Graders will be encouraged to use SORA.
ALL students may access Destiny Library on the Library Home Page to place a HOLD on a real book from our Library. Books will be pulled, check out to the student and then placed on the HOLD cart near the Office. An email or Canvas Message will be sent when the requested book is available.

To Place a Hold: Tap on Destiny Book Catalog in Sidebar to the RIGHT. Click on Dilworth and use student log-in to search for books and put books on Hold.

ONLINE Reading: Use the Sora App and the code saltlakeut to read a good book!
Getting Started With SORA: https://rise.articulate.com/share/xTgx0RDi2iCsJ4UKIJRxZK8f0AXt01aT#/
https://help.soraapp.com/en-us/home.htm
Access in Sidebar to the RIGHT or thru your student's Canvas Class.

Welcome to Canvas:
Parent Help - What is Canvas? https://youtu.be/nx01-WH2q9w
More Parent Help - https://www.slcschools.org/schools/remote-learning-resources/documents/p...
Student-Parent Help https://slcsd-my.sharepoint.com/:b:/g/personal/rachelle_park_slcschools_...

How To Email My Teacher: https://slcsd-my.sharepoint.com/:v:/g/personal/rachelle_park_slcschools_...
ALSO - Just click on the Student Microsoft Link to the RIGHT which will take you directly to your email Log-in!

Battle of the Books - A School-Wide Competition on 20 Books for 4th, 5th & 6th Graders wishing to participate. Lunch invites for monthly discussions coming soon!

Elementary Battle of the Books 2020-2021
Andrews, Ryan. This Was Our Pact. First Second, 2019.
Auxier, Jonathan. Sweep: The story of a girl and her monster. Amulet Books, 2018.
Barton, Chris. What Do You Do With A Voice Like That? Beach Lane Books, 2018.
Elliott, Zetta, and Geneva B. Dragons in a Bag. Yearling, an Imprint of Random House Children's Books, 2019.
Haddix, Margaret Peterson. The Strangers (Greystone Secrets, Book 1). Harper Collins Publishers, 2019.
Heidicker, Christian McKay. Scary Stories for Young Foxes. Henry Holt and Company, 2019.
Hernandez, Carlos Alberto Pablo. Sal & Gabi Break the Universe. Disney Hyperion, 2019.
Korman, Gordon. The Unteachables. Balzer + Bray, an Imprint of Harper Collins Publishers, 2019.
Lord, Cynthia. Because of the Rabbit. Scholastic Press, 2019.
McDunn, Gillian. Caterpillar Summer. Bloomsbury Children’s Books, 2019.
Oppel, Kenneth. Inkling. Alfred A. Knopf, 2018.
Parry, Rosanne. A Wolf Called Wander. Greenwillow Books, an imprint of Harper Collins Publishers, 2019.
Roberts, Barbara Carroll. Nikki on the Line. Little, Brown and Company, 2019.
Robeson, Teresa. Queen of Physics: How Wu Chien Shiung helped unlock the secrets of the atom. Sterling Children’s Books, 2019.
Sichol, Lowey Bundy. From an Idea to Disney: How Branding Made Disney a Household Name. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company, 2019.
Van Eekhout, Greg. Cog. Harper, an imprint of Harper Collins Publishers, 2019.
Venkatraman, Padma. The Bridge Home. Nancy Paulsen Books, 2019.
Wang, Jen. Stargazing. First Second, 2019.
White, J.A. Nightbooks. Katherine Tegen Books, 2018.
Watson, Renee. Some Places More Than Others. Bloomsbury Children’s Books, 2019.

Coding Activities

Want to do some extra coding? Choose a project and start creating! Have fun! The websites below are all free:

https://hourofcode.com/us/learn Code.org

https://www.kodable.com/hour-of-code Kodable.com

https://scratch.mit.edu/ Scratch

https://www.tynker.com/hour-of-code/ Tynker

https://www.lego.com/en-us/kids/games/bits-and-bricks-2ca484b751a946559f... Lego- Bits and Bricks

https://www.pixilart.com/draw Pixel Art

https://code.org/educate/resources/videos Code.org Videos

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