Welcome to the Whitman Middle School Library! The Whitman Middle School Library Facebook page is a place for community members to read book reviews, watch book trailers, and learn about what's new at the library.
Found in the library hallway on Thursday morning. All but two were library books, only one had been checked out. We are glad to have them back! It's time to search in lockers and under beds for library books to return.
It's our spring Book Fair this week sponsored by the Secret Garden. We'll be open the night of the Science Expo. Come by and support our library - a percentage of your purchase funds books for our kids!
Book fair all this week in the library and at the Science Expo on Friday night. A percentage of your purchases goes toward more books for the library!
The library is ready to have the floor cleaned and waxed over break. Thanks to Ms. Moussette's 6th period class who helped move all the furniture and then danced and played games in the big space.
Thanks PTSA! Students are using Little Bits, the electronics set purchased from a spring CEF grant. One student said, "It's just like Scratch programming except in real life."
Secret Garden sent teen author/innovator Jack Andraka to Whitman to speak to all our 8th grade classes this past week. His book is in the library and will be on sale at the Science Expo/Book Fair.
Daily balloting for our Battle of the Wildcats Read books. Currently the brackets of eighth grade boys are the most accurate!
It's our first Battle of the Wildcats Read books! Fill out your bracket by the end of school on Monday. Voting starts for the first round on Tuesday.
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