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MPC Library in Action 2017

All the ways in which the Monarch Park library supports literacy and learning

Rebecca Green

on 18 October 2017

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Transcript of MPC Library in Action 2017

MPC Library
We have a warm, inviting space -- open outside of class time at 8:30 am, for the second half of lunch, and after school
Our collection of literature and reference materials is varied, rich and useful. We have books in French, aussi!
We have a really up-to-date collection of comics and manga, all available for checkout
Online Presence
Our resources and databases are always
available at www.mpclibrary.ca
White Pine, Reader's Picks and literacy test prep courses are three of the many ways that the library contributes to literacy at MPC!
Our volunteers earn
community hours by
helping students and staff
in the library. Oh, and they
manga tower
Your Teacher- Librarians work with other teachers in all subjects to produce library lessons that support the curriculum.
Gaming club meets Thursdays after school. Anime club meets Fridays after school.
Also watch for events put on by our "Readers' Picks" club!
Reader’s Pick Halloween Writing Contest

Write a scary story with a maximum of 2,000 words. Email your submission to readerspickmpc@gmail.com by Monday, October 25. Winners will receive a Party City gift card or a novel by Stephen King!
White Pine
White Pine is an Ontario-wide book club, part of the Forest of Reading program. Students read from a set of ten books and vote on their favourites. At the end, we go to an exciting awards ceremony at Harbourfront Centre.
Picture Books
<--Fiction & Fantasy
Lunchtime volunteers
Spares volunteers
Library Rules
respect each other
no eating
books are due after 2 weeks
10 cents/day late fees
leave laptops open
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