Tuesday, October 17, 2017


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Check back here often for announcements and upcoming events:

Teen Read Week is Coming on Oct. 9-13!!!! Solve our Whodunnit Mystery. One of 13 villains killed Harry Potter and Katniss Everdeen. Solve the mystery to enter our drawing for BIG prizes.

Visiting the library and participating in activities will give you tickets. You can visit every day! You can turn in these tickets for clues to solve the Whodunnit OR put them in the drawing for our smaller prizes. Solving the Whodunnit gets you in our BIG PRIZE drawing. You can also earn tickets by keeping track of the number of pages you read during this week. (There are blue forms with your English teachers or in the library to keep track of your reading.) There are also riddles posted around the school building. Bring the answer to the riddle to a library staff member for more tickets!

Click here for High School Big Prizes              Click here for High School smaller prizes

Click here for Middle School Big Prizes           Click here for Middle School smaller prizes

High School drawing instructions-click here                  Middle School drawing instructions-click here

 Our 3rd Annual Family Reading Night will be held on October 10th from 5:30-7:30. Look forward to reading for prizes and participating in an Escape Room. This is for all students and their families. We will have a drawing that night for a pizza dinner basket and one for Clear Fork t-shirts. Students who read collectively for one hour with their family and who successfully breakout of the Escape Room will get put in our big prize drawing for the week. 

Homework Help: Any high school student who is willing and able to help with Homework Help on Tuesdays after school; please see Mrs. Mottayaw.

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 October 19th. The 4th mod club is reading Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld and the 5th mod club is reading The Boy in the Striped Pajamas by Boyne.

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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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