The Jarrell Elementary School Library is an exciting place to be! Students come to the library once a week with their class or when they are scheduled by their teacher on a flexible schedule. The students may come to the library any time to get a book during the hours of 7:50-2:45.
We conduct research on our databases.
We learn how to play dominoes in fifth grade.
We conduct author studies across Prek-5.
We have age-appropriate technology lessons and learn Digital Citizenship.
We participate in a book club 2nd-4th grade and discuss literature.
We find “mystery” books that are hidden throughout the school and have celebratory parties.
We have storytimes weekly where we dance with scarves, sing and read books.
We celebrate important events like Hispanic Heritage Month, Dia de los libros, Native American Month, Lunar New Year and Black History Month.
We provide training for teachers and students in technology, programs and new resources.
We schedule special STEM/STEAM lessons focusing on engineering, math and science.
We provide equal learning opportunities and provide resources for the students and staff across the curriculum.
We celebrate new literature by studying the TLA 2x2’s and Bluebonnets each year.
We have special events like the “How to Solve the Rubik’s Cube” and the Pumpkin Decorating Contest each year.
JES Library has two book fairs a year; one in the spring and one in the fall. We close early on those book fair Fridays at 12 pm. If you would like to volunteer please contact Mrs. Nachtwey. We could always use your help and it is always appreciated! We have two types of volunteers. Library volunteers which help with maintaining the library like shelving and tasks. We also have book fair volunteers which help with putting up and pulling down the book fair, helping the parents and students and running the registers.