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  • Spooky stories to fill your scary bones!

     Check out these resources:

    3:15 by Patrick Carmen

    Things that Go Bump in the Night: Listen, Read and Watch. Check this out from this library and interact with it online. 

     Moonlit Road

    Southern ghost stories, folktales, myths and legends from the dark backroads of the American south. Want to come along? 



Library Announcements

  • Are you ready?! Battle of the Books 2020 is here! Time to get your teams signed up and start reading. All 16 titles are available in the Gurrie Library. 

    This year the battle format will be trivia-style which means every team will be given about 100 questions of the same questions to answer. All teams will be answering and collaborating at the same time. Better read carefully.

    Important Dates:

    -School Battle: February 20th at 12:30 in the small gym.

    -Inter-school Battle: March 12th at 9:30 at Pleasantdale Junior High.

    -Team Sign-Up closes: November 15, 2019 Click here for the team sign up form.

    -Battle Brochure: Click here.

    Battle 2020

    Battle 2020 .

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  • The Bridge Home


    Global Read Aloud is underway! More than half of the Gurrie students are participating in this awesome project. This year's title is The Bridge Home by Padma Venkatraman.

    Global Read Aloud's philosophy is for "one book to connect the world." The premise is that for 6 weeks students from all over the world make connections and discuss the topics in the book(s).  Our students are connecting with other classrooms through the use of Flipgrid, Skype, Hyperdocs and other Google tools.

    If you would like to learn more about the Global Read Aloud project here is the link: https://theglobalreadaloud.com/.

    Click here for the suggested Read Aloud schedule. Teachers have their own variations of the schedule based on their connections with others.

    If you would like to jump in and read this title with us and discuss it with your students please do!! The book can be found at all public libraries, Amazon, and Anderson's Bookshop. We also have a few copies in the Gurrie Library if you would like to stop in. 

     Happy Reading!


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