KWON students in grades 2-6 are working hard to learn the different features in a nonfiction text and the various reference books available to them for research. Nonfiction text features include a table of contents, real photographs, diagrams, labels, keywords, maps, headings, and captions. Reference books include dictionaries, thesauri, atlases, encyclopedias, magazines, newspapers, digital information, and almanacs. After learning about these factual topics and sources, students Space Race using our live feed Socrative quiz system. Students passed with flying colors, literally!
KWON students in grades K-6 were awarded a Certificate of Completion from Hadi Partovi, the co-founder and C.E.O. of Code.org, the company that hosted the Hour of Code which the students participated in back in December. Scroll down to past blog posts for information about the various apps and websites we used to learn about coding/programming basics. We are so proud of our future computer scientists!
Meet the Librarian!
Aloha! My name is Kumu Jen Silva. Thank you for stopping by and visiting our library website! I am so excited to be able to welcome you into the library this year. We hope you find it a fun and inviting place to be! Be sure to check back for lots of updates and fun information about what's going on in the library!
Spring Scholastic Book Fair: April 9-13 in the Library
Monday - Friday: 7:30 - 8:10am
Monday - Thursday: 2:40 - 3:15pm
Friday: 1:00 - 1:30pm
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Scholastic offers tons of Book Talks and Book Trailers so readers can sample a book through these innovative previews! Take a look!