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Holiday Bedtime Stories

Leading up to and during the winter break, Kellogg faculty and staff took turns reading holiday stories aloud to children. Some read-alouds were pre-recorded and some were held live via Zoom. Each night for 12 nights, Ms. Blass emailed out the link for all Kellogg children to tune in to the story at 7pm and listen together. The story videos are collected here for your listening pleasure because, says Ms. Blass, "You're never too old for a bedtime story." Enjoy!

Click here for previous videos.

Covid and Library Book Safety

During these times, all returned library books will be put in special bins based on the day they are returned to school. The books will remain in their quarantine bins for 6 days, before they are available for checking out again. Thank you for your understanding.

Library Days

The following grades will have library on Tuesday's - Kindergarten, 6th Grade, 7th Grade, 1st and 2nd Grade.

The following grades will have library on Thursday's - 3rd grade, 8th grade, and 4th grade.

Kindergarten is allowed 1 book out at a time. Your student may keep the book out until their next library class. But, in order to take a new book out, their book must be returned by next library class.

First - Eighth grade will be allowed 2 books out at a time. Your student may keep the book out until their next library class or for a total of 2 weeks, just note, in order to take a new book out, no more than 2 books can be checked out at a time.

LHK Library Collection

During the 2020-2021 school year, students will have access to the Destiny Discover web page where they can choose their library books. For the younger grades, we hope you can help them pick out their library books from home. Below is the link that you will use to see our current library collection. As new books are added each week, the collection will be automatically updated.

https://search.follettsoftware.com/metasearch/ui/10681

Summer Reading

Congratulations on 100% participation along with upping your game in books read. Here are some fun facts -

1460 Books Read in Summer of 2020 (up 364 from 2019 and 589 from 2018)

1072 Books Read in Summer of 2019, 847 Books Read in Summer of 2018

100% Participation

Least books read - 1, Most books read - 100

Kindergarten - Most books read - 272, followed by 1st Grade with 270

3 students read over 80 books, 2 students read over 60 books, 2 students read over 50 books, 13 students read over 30 books, 9 students read over 20 books, 9 students read over 10 books.

Ms. Nikki Blass, Library Media Manager