The Mountain View Library is structured to teach grade-level-appropriate skills that enable students to grow to be independent library users when seeking materials for either classroom work or pleasure reading. Every class visits the library weekly wherein they receive directed lessons that integrate with current classroom curriculum, current events, or specific literary themes. Additionally, book talks, readings and displays are designed around themes or genres to expand students’ awareness of choices, to encourage sampling of a wide variety of reading material, and to support classroom required reading assignments win7 pe iso. In third through sixth grade, students and teachers alike participate in a monthly Power Read Week, where they exercise their reading stamina and spend their time focused on silent reading 게임 배경음악 다운로드.

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In addition to their weekly class times, students are welcome to visit the library at recess time to check-out books, browse, or as a quiet place to read or study. Mrs. Christensen strives to create an inviting, stimulating, and accessible environment that encourages each child to develop the confidence and motivation to read and appreciate quality literature.

If you would like to get in touch with our Library Media Specialist for volunteer opportunities, donation inquiries, or any other questions, please email kchristensen@goleta.k12.ca.us or call 805-681-1284 x. 1950