LIBRARY EVENTS

Read Across America: March 2nd

NEA's Read Across America Day is March 2

Read Across America is an annual reading program that calls for every child in every community to celebrate reading on March 2nd, the birthday of beloved children’s author, Dr. Seuss. This year, Ida Freeman held it’s fourth annual school-wide celebration with a day of Seuss-tastic activities. One of the most important activities  that day was the guest readers in every classroom!

THANK YOU for your help that made this celebration Seuss-cessful!

Under Construction

The library is closing March 1st for construction. Thanks to the EPS School Bond, Ida Freeman is getting a brand new media center that will double as a storm shelter for the entire school! The old library space will be converted to STEM classrooms.

The last day for student checkout will be Friday, February 23rd. Library closing on March 1st. It will reopen at the beginning of the 2018-2019 school year.

Library Closing March 1st flyer

In preparation for the library closing, we have partnered with the Edmond branch of Metropolitan Library System to highlight online resources that can be accessed at home.  Ida has also purchased additional online resources such as Capstone eBooks, PebbleGo database, & Fact Cite database. For more information or questions, contact the library.

 

LIBRARY NEWS

 Librarians helping one another!

We are were able to raise $2,500 from our Fall Book Fair to help a previous Ida Freeman teacher, Serena Coles, and her new school!!! She recently moved to Houston and her new school, Lemm Elementary in the Klein ISD, was severely damaged by the hurricane. Lemm Elementary will be able to use the funds raised to purchase new books, classroom furniture, and decor.

Bushels for Books Program

Ida Freeman was selected to be a part of the Oklahoma Farming and Ranching Foundation Bushels for Books Program& the Farm Bureau Young Farmers and Ranchers’ Bushel for Books program! Bushel for Books program seeks to provide accurate and current agriculture books in Oklahoma schools. Local farmers and co-ops have donated part of their wheat crops to help fund the donations in hopes that it will inspire future farmers.

Thank you for the books! It will be an excellent addition to our library for both teachers and students to learn more about agriculture!

Chief Ricks Retirement

Chief Ricks RetirementCitizens Bank donated over $1,000 to the Ida Freeman Library in honor of the retirement of Police Chief Bob Ricks. They also donated a basket of Police themed books! Thank you Citizens bank for the donation! Thank you Chief Ricks for your service to Edmond and your time as a Rotary Reader at Ida Freeman!

 

 

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