Read a Truman or Mark Twain nominee? Click above to document the book(s) you read on the appropriate Google form.
How many different genres have you read this year? Click on the image above to document books from the different genres you have read! The goal is to read from 10 different genres! You can do it!
Our library promotes digital citizenship through the use of the Common Sense Education curriculum and resources. Please check out the Common Sense website to access parent resources and to help facilitate discussions with your child about how to use digital media safely and responsibly. Together we can help our students and children build the skills necessary to navigate safely through the 21st century world of media and technology. Check out the Digital Citizenship page! Sixth grade students have been learning all about Digital Citizenship. They created storyboards that illustrate their digital lives and Animoto videos about protecting online identities.
Choose Your Own Adventure @ Your Library
We will be trying something new at the NMS Library! Students and staff will be on a quest to earn digital badges! Badges are awarded for the following:
The St. Charles County Library Summer Reading Program is here! Reading during the summer is a wonderful way to keep your brain active, and it is FUN! Click above to sign up for the St. Charles County Summer Reading Program. There are plenty of contests, activities, and prizes to make your summer reading experience better than ever! Visit the NMS Library Summer Reading page to see recommended book title lists and to learn about rewards for when you get back to school in August!
The 2015-2016 Truman and Mark Twain Winners
1st Place: Prisoner B-3087
2nd Place: The Girl Who Was Supposed to Die
3rd Place: The Testing
Mark Twain Award
1st Place: Escape From Mr. Lemoncello's Library
2nd Place: Counting by Sevens
3rd Place: Rump
Check out this video trailer for our Truman winner Prisoner B-3087 by Alan Gratz!