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    Hour of Code

    Join millions of children and teachers all over the world as we celebrate the Hour of Code.

    Try your hand at one of these hour long tutorials.

    https://code.org/learn

     

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    Why it is important to read 20 minutes every night! Click Here

    The more you read, the more you know.
    The more you know, the smarter you grow.
    The smarter you grow the stronger your voice.
    For speaking you mind and making a choice.

    Whether they are beginning to read or reading on their own, it is so important for students to read every night. Reading together is a great way to encourage and develop life long readers.

     

     

     

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  • Donate a Book to the South Row School Library! 

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    Donate a Book to the South Row School Library! 

      

    As an act of kindness Ava Nobrega asked if she could do something special to get some new books for the South Row Library, luckily we have something in place.  

    A library gift book program has been set up to donate new books to the South Row School library! This is a great way to honor a favorite teacher or celebrate an event such as a student’s birthday. At the end of the school year, a book can be donated to celebrate a student’s moving on to middle school. 

     A wish list has been created on the amazon.com website. Use the following link to access amazon.com, so that the South Row PTO will earn a percentage back for every purchase you make:  https://smile.amazon.com login and choose South Row PTO as your charity.  

    Once at the amazon.com website, click on “Wish List” in the upper right hand corner. Then click on “Find a Wish List” and type in "rankinb@Chelmsford.k12.ma.us”. Then click on Librarian- B.Rankin. Books are available in a range of prices and can be shipped directly to the school. 

     In order to specify who you want the book dedicated to, just put the desired wording for the dedication in the “gift message” box, and a book plate will be placed in the book with that dedication when it is received. The book will then be cataloged and added to the library’s collection. 

     If you have any questions, please e-mail me at rankinb@chelmsford.k12.ma.us Thank you for your support!  

    Mrs. Rankin, South Row Elementary Librarian 

     

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