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  • The mission of the George C. Round Elementary School library is to engage, empower and challenge students to become critical thinkers and active participants in their learning. The library serves to ensure that all patrons have access to quality materials and resources, and that they learn how to independently access, evaluate and apply information from a variety of sources. The goal of the Round Library is to foster personal and academic growth among all students so that they may become respectful and responsible digital citizens and to promote a lifelong love of learning.


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  • Online we pledge to....

    Posted by Lori Willis on 11/6/2018

    Our 4th graders created this wonderful Padlet showing what they pledge to do (or not do!) online. Great job!


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  • Digital Citizenship with 4th Grade

    Posted by Lori Willis on 10/26/2018

    We've had some great conversations with 4th Grade about what it means to be a good Digital Citizen and about our "rings of responsibility". Check out the graphic below for more information on what that means.

    Rings of Responsibility

    Students were able to give examples of their responsibilites both on and offline for each of the rings. They were then asked to think about the question "Who do we have responsibilities to?" Check out a few of their answers on the boards below. We will continue talking about Digital Citizenship for the next few weeks in the library and it would be great to have follow up conversations at home. I look forward to more great discussions to come!


    Who do you have responsibilities to?

    Who do you have a responsibility to?

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  • Constitution Day!

    Posted by Lori Willis on 9/18/2018

    Monday September 17, 2018 we celebrated Constitution Day in the Library! All classes and all grade levels participated in fun activities related to the US Constitution. We played a game to understand why rules are important, we discussed why facts are more important than opinions in a court case and we even wrote (and signed!) or own constitution! What a fabulous day we had! Check out some pictures that highlight our day!

    To learn more about the constitution check out:

    Constitution Day Information for Kids

     Second Graders answering the question: What does citizenship mean to you? First Grade Constitution Kindergarten Constitution

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