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Rea View's Media Center Comes to Life
Approximately 200 new books have arrived to supplement our collection, with a focus on addressing science and social studies curricular needs. Battle of the Books selections for 2013-2014 are being prepared for fourth and fifth grade classrooms to supplement their classroom libraries and build interest in our Battle of the Books team, which will be organized in the coming weeks. Fifth grade Media Assistants will be also be selected in the coming weeks, and the highly-anticipated RVTV student broadcast teams will be organized in the near future as well. The first student-led broadcast is tenatively scheduled for the final Friday in September. Volunteers for the Media Center have begun working already, with a continuing need to add to our rotation of volunteers. If you have just two hours to give every two weeks to volunteer to help with the circulation process, shelving, and answering students questions as they search for great books, consider volunteering in the Media Center. The Parent Volunteer Coordinator for the Media Center is Natalie McManus and interested volunteers can contact her via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Rea View Media Coordinator Lisa Shaw states that "volunteers are vital to keeping the Media Center open and operating smoothly while I am teaching classes, supporting teachers and students with technology needs, and many other aspects of Media Center operation." Mrs. Shaw would love to have you as a volunteer and for you to see first-hand that the Media center is a hub of learning at Rea View Elementary!
Written by: Rebecca Sledd
Posted: Sep 04, 2013 by Rebecca Sledd