Rebecca Caudill 2013 favorite book
Jefferson Middle School had 76 students who ended up reading at least one of the Rebecca Caudill books and participating in the drawings. Thank you parents for helping the students see the need to read and also have their vote count in the state of Illinois. Thirty-eight students voted for their favorite book from the twenty Rebecca Caudill Books. The winner here at Jefferson is Love, Aubrey by Suzanne LaFleur.
November Caudill winners
The winners of the November Rebecca Caudill drawing are as follows:
Jade Kittrell who read Bounce, Skylar Pritchard read Dark Life, Breanna Graves who read Anything but typical, Kaitlin Risen read Inside Out and Back kAgain, and Hannah Medley who read Smile. We are proud of our readers and winners. Keep reading, the February Grand Prize party is coming fast.
October winners of Rebecca Caudill Drawing
The winners of the October drawing for Rebecca Caudill books are Isaiah Wright,Emily Smith, Evan Linehan, Breanna Graves, and Kaylyn Prasau. Keep on reading those Rebecca Caudill books!!
Book Club is Back
The Jefferson Middle School Book Club will be back on Nov. 8 during the 1:30 tutorials. The first meeting will discuss the Hunger Games Trilogy. Come and join the discussion
The 2012 REBECCA CAUDILL winner in the state of Illinois is Powerless by Matthew Cody. Students in grades 5-8 throughout the state of Illinois voted on their favorite nominee and Powerless won. Here at Jefferson Middle School Rock and the River won for favorite.
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Some good sites
The JMS Library would like to recommend some good sites to use in projects and reading for classes. The list is as follows: www.libraryspot.com, amazon.com, www.ipl.org, www.questia.com, www.WeGive Books.org, www.refdesk.com, www.ask.com, www.scholastic.com, and www.islma.org
Jefferson Middle School Library
The Jefferson Middle School Library is open to all 3 grades here at Jefferson Middle School. Students will be allowed to use the library from 8 to 3 daily. The students usually come in once a week with their Language Arts Class. We have a short library lesson and then students search, find and check-out their library books. The students may check out 2 books for 2 weeks unless they have an overdue book or have book on their record from another school. We will be glad in assisting in getting the book back to an original school that the book will be missing from. We look forward to a great school year.