Welcome to the Gurrie Library Learning Center!
The mission of the Gurrie LLC is to ensure that members of the school community become effective users, producers, and communicators of ideas & information.Click on the image below to access the Destiny Library System.
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SCIENCE RESOURCES IN CONTEXT
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U.S. HISTORY IN CONTEXT
Battle of the Books
Reading is underway! As we are heading into Winter Break, make sure you have any books you need to ensure that your team is successful at the Gurrie Battle on February 15th. Check in with your coaches and teammates over the next two weeks.
Friday, February 15th
- Gurrie Battle at 12:30 in the small gym
Thursday March 14th
- Intra-School Battle at 9:30 at Park Junior High
Battle of the Books 2018-2019
Battle of the Books is back! We will be competing against Highlands, Pleasantdale, McClure and Park. Students will create teams of 4-6 and work to read 20 titles from our covented list. Teams will be coached by staff throughout the building. Our school battle will take place in early February and the Inter-School Battle in March.
Let the READING begin!!
Battle of the Books 2019 Brochure.
Click here for the Team Sign Up Form.
Global Read Aloud was a huge success at Gurrie and a program we are looking forward to participating in again next year. All 160 students, finished the book and collaborated in a different format with various schools globally. Thanks to all who supported the program! Keep a look out for the announcement of next year's title.
We have a neat opportunity to participate in Global Read Aloud this year! The goal of Global Read Aloud is to connect the world through one book. Global Read Aloud starts October 1st and lasts for 6 weeks. About 160 of our Gurrie students will be reading Refugee by Alan Gratz and collaborating globally with schools from Canada, North Carolina, New Jersey, Michigan, etc. Students will read and connect through a variety of activities using Skype, Padlet, Flipgrid and other online platforms. Global collaboration helps students to see that they are a part of a much bigger picture and make connections to one another.
Click here to read more about the Global Read Aloud philosophy.
Click here for the Book Trailer.
Click here for an interview with Alan Gratz.
Bonus: Each student who participates will receive a copy of Refugee to keep.