Thursday, December 2, 2010

Knights Care Food Drive

Join Clear Falls High School, Bayside Intermediate, and Mossman Elementary in the Knights Care Food Drive!  The Education Village service learning project provides us the opportunity to fill a school bus with food and help our students understand the importance of citizenship.
The CFHS Library will have two boxes if you'd like to donate food.  Items that are needed include:

Peanut butter
Canned meats
Instant rice
Powdered milk
Canned pasta
Canned chili
Boxed meals
Canned Hams (small)
Dry Spaghetti Sauce
Macaroni and cheese
Instant or canned potatoes
Pancake mix and syrup
Cornbread and Muffin mix
Oatmeal/hot cereal
Ramen noodles
Cold Cereal

So let's rally together and make this a great holiday for those less fortunate.  There is a Service Learning display in the Library if you'd like more information about the program or are interested in other ways of helping the world at large. Stop on by and check 'em out!

Monday, November 8, 2010

Need something to do the weekend after Thanksgiving?

Why not go to the Kemah Boardwalk & help support the CCISD libraries.
Kemah Boardwalk Discount

You'll need this flyer printed out to get the discount.

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Library Snapshot Day!

Clear Falls High School Library is participating in a state-wide event to show our Texas legislature that students and staff really do use libraries!  So, come by the library, use a computer, pick up a free bookmark, check out our magazines and books, or ask the library staff a question.  Come be a part of our Snapshot Day!  We appreciate you!

Pink Out the Library!

Clear Falls High School is supporting awareness for breast cancer research and funding!  Come on and pink out the library on Wednesday, October 27, 2010.  We're hoping to see lots of pink out there!  And, if you'd like to donate to the Clear Falls' team with the Susan G. Komen foundation, just click this link:

Find the Team Name Clear Falls High School to donate!  We hope to Pink Out the Library!

Monday, September 27, 2010

Banned Books Week is Sept. 25 - Oct. 2, 2010

"Banned Books Week is the only national celebration of the freedom to read. It was launched in 1982 in response to a sudden surge in the number of challenges to books in schools, bookstores and libraries. More than a thousand books have been challenged since 1982. The challenges have occurred in every state and in hundreds of communities. Click here to see a map of book bans and challenges in the US from 2007 to 2009. People challenge books that they say are too sexual or too violent. They object to profanity and slang, and they protest against offensive portrayals of racial or religious groups--or positive portrayals of homosexuals. Their targets range from books that explore contemporary issues and controversies to classic and beloved works of American literature."

So, don't ban a book--read a banned book! You may be surprised to find one of your favorite books on the list! 

Mrs. Hobratschk created a Banned Books Week display in the library.  Come by and check it out!

Banned Books Week (no, don't ban a book--read a banned book!)

New Trash Cans!

YAY! The school has placed two trash cans outside the library. Feel free to drop your trash in our new, nice looking trash cans!

Friday, August 20, 2010

Barnes and Noble Shopping Spree!

Great News! Ms. Loper won a $600 shopping spree at Barnes and Noble! If there are any titles, authors, genres, or subject areas that you would like to see in the Clear Falls Library, please e-mail me or leave a comment on our blog.  I hope to go shortly after school starts.  So, check out our catalog  (see link on the right), see what we have and what we're missing, and leave a comment as to what to buy!  Ms. Loper will let you know, via the blog, when she goes to B&N, so if you'd like to join her there and help pick out books, you're more than welcome to come along.

Thursday, August 5, 2010

CFHS Library Pics

So, are you wondering what your library looks like? Are there any books on the shelves? Is there anything "good" to read? Absolutely! Check out these photos of the library and then you can click on the library catalog (under Library Links) to see what sorts of books we have. We should be ready and open for business the first day of school!

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Welcome to the Clear Falls HS Library!

Hello Clear Falls HS Students!

I trust that you had a wonderful summer and that you are ready to come on back to school. And what a school you will be coming to!  CFHS is a beautiful space and the library is ready for you to come, check out books and magazines, read, research, or relax. 

To start things off, what did you read over the summer?  Anything that you would recommend? Anything that you would definitely not recommend?  Place your responses in the "comments" section. 

Photos of the library are coming soon!