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Stephenville High School

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SHS Library
2650 W. Overhill
Stephenville, TX 76401
Hours of operation:  Monday through Friday, 7:30-3:50
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Each club, organization, and/or department is encouraged to create a Christmas tree that represents the group in some way. I'd like to display these "trees" in the library December 1-December 15. 
The student body will get to vote on their favorite tree, and PRIZES will be given to winners (including sponsors!). 
Trees must be set up by November 30 to be included in the voting. 
Thanks for participating! 

Don't forget to change your time this weekend! We even have books in the library pulled with "time" in the title to help you remember. 

Fun Monday

Fun Monday is postponed due to the college fair. The next FUN MONDAY will be November 7 and then again November 14 (back to back weeks). 

Be sure to have your College Fair registration barcode! If you need another, come to the library before school. 

Oct 25

Only a week until Halloween. Come check out a spine-chilling read! We have creepy copy, eerie editions, frightful fantasies, gory gothics, numbing novels, ominous omnibuses, scary stories, spooky sci-fi, thrilling texts, villainous volumes, and weird writings.

Banned Books Week

Stand up for your right to read!

From the American Library Association: "Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read. Typically held during the last week of September, it highlights the value of free and open access to information. Banned Books Week brings together the entire book community — librarians, booksellers, publishers, journalists, teachers, and readers of all types — in shared support of the freedom to seek and to express ideas, even those some consider unorthodox or unpopular."


Library webpage revamp

Some things have moved on the library webpage. For one, you'll notice that my page and the library page are now 1 page. HOORAY! In this migration, I've had to rearrange, condense, delete and rework. This page is still changing (hoping to add my Twitter feed & photo album soon). If you can't find something, just ask. 

Less than 12 hours!

The new school year starts in less than 12 hours! The library will be open (but not at 7:30--I have to pass out schedules). So excited to see you again and hear about all the books you read over the summer!

July 25

I'm excited about the iChampion Summit this week. I hope to learn some more ways I can help students & teachers in the library.
The district librarians are even presenting a session about some services the library already provides (databases and ebooks).  


Check out my blog (http:readingjourneys.blogspot.com) to see what I'm reading this summer. My TBR (to be read) pile grows with each new book order! I'm hoping to get 10 books read over the next 12 weeks.