Tuesday, December 12, 2017


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Check back here often for announcements and upcoming events:

JLG fundraiser page

Donations are being accepted for the Clear Fork MS/HS Library Media Center for new books. Junior Library Guild has set up a fundraiser page so our school library can have monies for new books.

Visit the fundraiser page here: https://www.juniorlibraryguild.com/donations/j010694

Homework Help is held every Tuesday after school until 4 p.m. This is for middle school and high school students.

Crochet and Knitting Club meets every Thursday after school until 4 p.m. They will be meeting Wednesday Nov. 29 just for that week.

We had a very successful Teen Read Week. 69 middle school students and 18 high school students correctly solved our Whodunnit myster. The gulity villain was the Queen of Hearts. Many more students tried our mystery activities for a chance to win prizes. We are giving away 56 prizes to our students!!!

Teen Read Week 2017

 Our 3rd Annual Family Reading Night was a great success. Students and their families read for prizes and participated in an Escape Room. Christopher Mazzola, Leo Omayas, Abby Kitzmiller, Marissa Lawhun and Cailyn Moody won prizes that night.

Teen Read Week Prizewinners

We'd like to thank the following organizations and people who donated Teen Read Week prizes:

Chipotle                                                                    Mr. Ramion

Gusto Creations                                                       Jerry Marshall

Brumby's Coffeehouse & Pizzeria                            Mrs. Klaus

Fast Eddies Pizza                                                     Mrs. Golden

Old Carolina Barbeque                                             Miss Keating

Barnes & Noble Booksellers                                     Mrs. Vaughn

Darr Chiropractic                                                      Gatton Packaging


If you'd like to vote for the 2018 Buckeye Book Award go to the "Get Reading" page.

The high school book club will meet again on December 20th (Wednesday ALERT!). The 4th mod club is reading Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard and the 5th mod club is reading Everything Everything by Nicola Yoon.

We raised $816 in Box Tops during the 2016-17 school year. our goal was $1,000. WE have the same goal for 2017-18.Box Tops are used in the library for print books and e-books.

You can also download a Box Tops for Education app that earns your school money when you scan qualifying receipts. Box Tops for Education website

          BTFE Logo Website

The school library will be open until 4:30 every day this year. This will be a perfect time for students to stay after school to use the wi-fi or computers for research, projects, or homework.


OverDrive-The school library has subscribed to an e-book lending subscription that will allow students to borrow e-books for their own personal devices for free. It's called OverDrive and there is more information on our Library Catalogs link.

HELP FUND THE LIBRARY: By visiting the Box Tops for Education website:                                 http://www.boxtops4education.com/ and creating an account you can help Clear Fork Middle/High School earn more money. There are contests to sign up for and coupons to print out. 

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