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Rea View's media center busy with start of new year

Rea View Elementary School media coordinator Lisa Shaw teaches a class in the school’s media center.

Approximately 200 new books have arrived to supplement the collection at Rea View Elementary’s media center, 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 (Rea View TV) student broadcast teams will be organized in the near future as well.

The first student-led broadcast is tentatively scheduled for the last Friday in September. Volunteers for the media center have begun working already, with a continuing need to add to the rotation of volunteers.

"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," said Rea View media coordinator Lisa Shaw. 

Written by: Rebecca Sledd
Posted: Sep 18, 2013 by Benjamin Shealy

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