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Innovation Center

Literacy Week -- January 22 to 26

Celebrate Literacy Week is January 22 - 26, and this year's theme is "Find Yourself in a Book."  The district requires all schools to submit a plan for activities for the week.  Our school's plan is as follows:


Monday, January 22

Stop, drop and read campus wide the last 15 minutes of 7th period


Tuesday, January 23

7th period class discussion on favorite books


Wednesday, January 24

Class read aloud


Thursday, January 25

7th period class discussion on favorite books


Friday, January 26

Stop, drop and read campus wide the last 15 minutes of 7th period


Additional activities are planned.  See the posts in the Google Classroom!

Breakout EDU

Miss Phan's 7th period English class enjoyed the "Mythology Around the World" game with Breakout EDU in the Innovation Center.




Ms. Linda Quinn
Innovation/Media Specialist


Ms. Melinda Crews, Media Clerk


Times are changing. 


Libraries became Media Centers, and now, Media Centers are becoming Innovation Centers. 


A definition of innovation is the introduction of new things or methods, and today's Innovation Centers do just that.  Students will visit the Innovation Center to touch, feel, create, build and innovate their own experiences.  The Innovation Center will provide students with opportunities to explore areas in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math.  Students will learn about conductive technology by creating an interactive touch wall using conductive paint, conductive tape, and a conductive touch board.  Students will learn about wearable circuitry using Lilypad Sewable Circuits.  Other hands-on activities will allow students to experiment with light and sound circuits, robotics, jewelry making, fly fish tying, alternative energies, Smart Home technologies, Minecraft, and Chaos Theory.


Experience the change at the Innovation Center!