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You Can Help Our Library Thrive

...volunteer! Our library volunteers are wonderfully friendly and there's something for everyone to do in our library, from a one-time commitment in the evening to a regular weekly library shift.

...join Friends of the Library. Just stop by the Library to join or email the school at huggins_a@aps.edu and request to have a membership form sent home with your student.  You can also find a form here

...make a donation to Friends of the Library. Donations made are tax-deductible.

...order an engraved dedication brick for the Outdoor Reading Area. To order, see our librarian, Ms. Huggins, or any Library Volunteer.

...donate a needed book to our collection. Ask Ms. Huggins to suggest a title.

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Pumpkin Contest

GO K Spooky Story Night Pumpkin Contest.  Categories are Harry Potter, Fairy Tales, Children s Classics, and Comics.  Attention Students   Enter your decorated pumpkin, if you dare!  Turn in your finished pumpkin on Thursday, October 17 between 7 30 am and 10 00 am in front of the school.  Rules   Student must make decorate their own pumpkins!  No carved pumpkins.  With a sharpie, write your full name, grade level, teacher s name, and the category number that you are entering your pumpkin in  see choices above  on the bottom of your pumpkin where it is not visible.  Be creative and have fun!  Needlessly scary entries will not be allowed.  Each grade level will be judged separately in each of the four catergories.  The winners will be announced on Friday, October 19 and awards will be given to the top three choices in each category.  Pumpkins must be taken home Friday, October 19 after school or during Spooky Story Night.  Pumpkins that are not taken home will be discarded immediately after Spooky Story Night.  Questions?  Email us at ssanders50@msn.com
 

COMING SOON!

Calling all GO K ghosts and goblins!  Mark your calendars for the spookiest night of the year.  Spooky Story Night is on October 19 from 5 00 pm to 8 00 pm.  Come hear performances by the frighteningly good Spookulele Band.  Kindergarten and 1st grade times are 5 15 pm to 5 45 pm or 6 00 pm to 6 30 pm.  Second and third grades will be from 6 45 pm to 7 15 pm.  Fourth and fifth grades will be from 7 30 pm to 8 00 pm.  There will be food trucks, photo booths, Spooky Story T-Shirt sales and pumpkin contest viewing.  Wear your Halloween costume!

Important Library Dates:
 

October 19 – Spooky Story Night

November 30 – Library closed for Book Fair set up

December 3-7 – Book Fair Week

December 4 – Book Fair Night 5:30-7:30

 

 

 

 

Our awesome librarian Mrs. Huggins!
Our awesome librarian Mrs. Huggins!

Check It Out

Check-in and Check-out Information

Students and parents may check out books every day.

  • Kindergarten students may check out one book for one week.
  • First, second, and third graders may check out two books for one week.
  • Fourth and fifth graders may check out three books for one week.
  • To encourage at-home reading, parents may check out books under their own names. Parents who are Friends of the Library (FOL) members may check out up to 15 books for two weeks and parents who are not FOL members may check out up to 5 books for two weeks.

Renewals

If you want to renew a book, you must bring the book to the circulation desk and ask a volunteer to renew it for you. If you do not bring in the book, the book cannot be renewed.

Reference Books

There’s a special rule for reference materials, which must be checked out after 2:00 pm and returned by 8:00 am the next day.

Overdue Books

Library privileges are suspended when a book is overdue.