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Librarian

Contact Tamara Dunham  Tamara Dunham (505) 255-8691 ex: 20505 Librarian

Google Classroom Links

 

MESA

Battle of the Books

Jefferson MS Library

 

My Weekend is all Booked

EXPECTATIONS IN THE LIBRARY

In the

library,

the focus will be on creating a robust reader who:

reads widely, across all genres and types

reads deeply - questioning, analyzing and evaluating

reads independently

Please visit the link below for more information:

View the Common Core Reading Standards

 

CIRCULATION POLICIES

1. All materials have a loan period of one week.

2.Students can check out up to 2 books at a time.

4. Overdue fines will not be assessed unless the book is more than 40 days overdue. After forty days, the overdue material is then considered lost. Once the material is "lost," overdue fines will then be added to the cost of replacement.

5. Parents may set up an individual account; this allows up to 6 materials per week. 

6. Patrons with outstanding fines, will be unable to borrow any further material until his/her account is settled.

7. Jefferson Library is willing to work with you, if material is lost or damaged. You may contact the librarian at tamara.dunham@aps.edu. 

 

OTHER ONLINE RESOURCES

Great Websites for Kids

Great Websites for Adults

Welcome to the Jefferson Library

Ways to Get Involved in the Library:

Join Our Battle of the Books Team

We will meet every Tuesday and Friday during A and B lunches, in the Library. Visit the Battle of the Books website 

2019-2020 Book List

Book Fair! October 28 - November 1, 7:45 am-3:45pm in the Library

Scholastic Book Fair - October 28 - November 1, 7 45 am-3 45pm in the Library

Scholastic Book Fair Student Crew

During Jefferson MS Book Fairs, serve in one of these capacities

Mental Illness Awareness Week

Mental Illness Awareness Week - Learn More

NM MESA

Join us for MESA Mondays during lunch and after school in the Library - New Mexico Mathematics, Engineering, and Science Achievement (NM MESA and/or MESA) is a pre-college program that prepares students for college and careers in mathematics, engineering, science or technically related fields. Students participate in a variety of enriched math, science and engineering activities including field trips, speakers, workshops, regional and state-wide academic competitions, community service and leadership development projects.

Open Lunch

Every Wednesday and Thursday


SCHOLASTIC BOOK WIZARD

Find a book that is just right for you! Scholastic Book Wizard

Access Classlink from anywhere. Just enter your APS school ID and password.

Library Catalog

EBooks

Online Resources