Welcome to PSJA Early College High School Library!
The Library has some exciting opportunities in store for you this school year. Our staff is ready and excited about this coming year and are committed to making the library your favorite place in the school. Our mission is to help all students and staff succeed. The Library maintains a rich, well-balanced collection of prints and electronic materials. We are devoted to helping students gain the knowledge, skills, and experience necessary to successfully manage the vast amounts of information available to them.
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SUMMER READER -
Download a copy of the Summer Reader log to type in or print out a copy to your reading log. Stop by the library to speak to the librarian for deadlines to turn in your summer reading log.
A BIG Congratulations goes out to our PSJA Early College High School Summer Reads Winners, Keyra Cuevas, MariCruz Gomez, Samantha Alvarez, and Jocelyn Rodriguez. #BEARSREAD
Summer Reading Program - This summer each student entering 9th-12th grades for the 2021-2022 school year will have required reading to complete. Click on the link to the Districts Website for more information.
The 2017-2018 Taysha's Reading List was recently announced and this year the committee has selected some amazing titles by some familiar YA authors. So, start putting some titles on request to hold you over during the next few weeks. Be aware that this list is created specifically for teens in high school.
TAYSHAS READING LIST 2018
ACCELERATED READER: AR TEST
Battle of the Books : WE WANT YOU ON OUR TEAM
STOP BY THE LIBRARY FOR MORE INFORMATION : TEAM MEMBERS MUST READ 6 NOVELS
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ARE YOU READY FOR THE CHALLENGE!!!!
Teacher's lets challenge your students to read a million words before December. Students are rewarded for reading and reaching their reading goals. This will impact fluency and achievement. Students can select a book of their choice, read the book and then take an Accelerated Reader test online. For every book read and tested, students' names will go in a box to get a chance to win an Ipad mini, a letterman jacket, a Bear mug and restaurant gift cards. A drawing for prizes will be every six weeks... Let's get our students excited about reading!!!!!.
Students visit the Library for a Step-by-Step Guide to completing a Capstone Project.
In order to successfully graduate, seniors are required to complete a capstone project. Capstone projects are research papers where students get to examine and research a specific topic on a real world issue. To kick-off our senior capstone projects, we begin with a series of presentations in the library by local authors. Seniors were invited to the library for our first presentation on the importance of reading and writing. Special thanks to Mr. Joe Haske author of North Dixie Highway, Daniel Manuel Mendoza writer, literary critic, and essayist. He is the editor of Stray Dogs: Interviews with Working-Class Writers (Down and Out Books, 2016, and Mr. Juan Ochoa STC Professor and author, known for his creative writing set on the Texas/Mexico border during the early years.
Looking for Literacy Stars at PSJA ECHS
Students are rewarded in the library for reading a great book; these prizes include a letterman jacket, a BEAR mug, a mini-iPad and a gift bag. Teachers, let's challenge your students to read a million words or more before December. Students can select a book of their choice, read the book and then take an Accelerated Reader test online. For every book read and tested, students' names will go in a box to get a chance to win an IPAD mini, a letterman jacket, a Bear mug and restaurant gift cards. A drawing for prizes will be every six weeks... Let's get our students excited about reading !!!! #BEARSREAD
MACKINVIA REGION ONE
Congratulations PSJA ECHS Teachers and students for leading the way in using research databases and resources in the library for the entire Region One area.
Click on the link for online resources for Summer Reading books
Stop by the library for a copy of the book.
LETTERS ABOUT LITERATURE
Use your writing skills. Select your favorite book and tell us how the author's work changed your view of the world.
Stop by the library to get more information.......
LETTERS ABOUT LITERATURE GUIDELINES
Attention all Book Club Members: Join us for lunch at the 1st book Club meeting
First Book Club meeting was a great success!
Over 50 students attended our 1st Book Club meeting held in the early morning hours with our Breakfast Buddies members and over 80 students during A & B lunch with our #BEARSREAD Club. .This year I will host two book clubs, one for our students to attend an early morning session called Breakfast Buddies and one during the lunch hours called #BEARSREAD. Our Breakfast Buddies are reading Not her Daughter by Rea Frey and #BearsRead members are reading One of Us is Lying by Karen McMamus Students discussed Book Club requirements, checked out books and discussed upcoming book selection.