• Welcome to the Holman School Instructional Media Center-- the IMC!  Also known as the Holman Library!

    --Ms. Jane Schadl, Holman Library-Media Specialist

    If you have any questions, please contact me at jschadl@jacksonsd.org

     *05/25/2020-- Special Announcement:*

    Please click here for assigned lessons for the week of May 25-May 29. 

    Para lecciones en espanol para la semana del 25 de Mayo.

    Kindergartners and First Graders--  Click the link above or go into your Tech/Media Google Classroom, listen to the story, and answer questions on a Google Form.  This will ONLY complete your Library/Media assignment from Ms. Schadl.  (Please complete a different Computer/Tech assignment from Mrs. Johnson.)

    Kindergarteners-- join the Google Classroom with Code isa7mhe

    First Graders-- join the Google Classroom with Code vxu5o5z

     Second Graders-- Click the link above or go into the Grade 2 Library/Media Google Classroom, listen to your Library Story, and then answer questions in a Google Form. 

    Join the Google Classroom with Code qnhnofw

    Third Graders- send me an email and tell me what you are reading and learning! (Looking for an ebook? Check out the resources on my lesson plan link above!)

    Fourth Graders- send me an email and tell me what you are reading and learning! (Looking for an ebook? Check out the resources on my lesson plan link above!)

    Fifth Graders- send me an email and tell me what you are reading and learning! (Looking for an ebook? Check out the resources on my lesson plan link above!)

    Looking for even more ebooks? Audiobooks? Educational Videos on BrainPop? On this webpage, look on the left side. and see some "buttons" that say "Student Resources" and "Resources for Science and Social Studies."  Clicking on those buttons will bring you to lists of websites and databases for ebooks, audiobooks, and educational videos.  Some of the resources open with just a click, but some require a login, so you should hopefully see a username and password listed with the link to the website.

    Feel free to email me your work or send me a picture of your work! 
     
    From this point forward (5/11), students should be completing special area assignments each week.  Students are NOT required to go back to previous weeks to complete lessons. 

     

     The Goals of the library-media program are:

    1. to teach students to become effective users of information.

    2. to teach students to use information responsibly.

    3. to encourage students to become life-long readers.

    4. to encourage everyone to become life-long learners.

    5. to provide support for teachers and the school's curriculum.

     

    Kindergartners, First Graders, and Second Graders have library lessons each week. Our lessons focus on story elements and library resources.

    Third Graders, Fourth Graders, and Fifth Graders have library lessons every week or every other week, depending on when they can be scheduled.  Our lessons focus on library resources and gathering information to be used when working on specific projects for Social Studies, Science, Literacy, or Computer lessons.

     

    Please contact me at jschadl@jacksonsd.org

    or you can call into the Holman Library at 732-833-4620 ext. 5112

     

  • Friday, May 29, 2020-  Today is National Paper Clip Day!   Show some appreciation for this useful school and office tool!

     

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  • Thursday, May 28, 2020- Today is National Hamburger Day! Fire up the grill and enjoy this American classic!

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  • Wednesday, May 20, 2020- Today is National Grape Popsicle Day! Cool off today with this special treat!

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  • Tuesday, May 26, 2020- Today is National Paper Airplane Day!  Try folding some different designs and see which paper airplane flies the farthest!

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  • Monday, May 25, 2020- Today is Memorial Day! This is a day to remember and honor all men and women who have died while serving in the Armed Forces for our country.  We are grateful for their sacrifices to provide us the freedom we enjoy across the United States of America.

     

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