Book Fair Book Drawing Winner!
Thursday, May 9th Book Drawing Winner from the book fair was Madison in Mrs. Largent's Class. Congratulations!
Suggested reading lists for K - 12 were created by our HEBISD Librarians to promote summer reading fun! Everything from mystery to humor to the history of poop can be found in these exciting lists. Note: Many of the titles are available at the Hurst, Euless, and Bedford public libraries.
I have also included a summer reading log just for West Hurst students. Read 10 books over the summer and you get a $2 off coupon for the fall book fair!
Book Fair May 7th thru 9th
Hello! The book fair is coming back to West Hurst. There will be plenty of new books! We will have our new 2013 Bluebonnets, Award Winners, and the Summer Reading List titles as well. The book fair is open 8:30 am to 4:00 pm Tuesday thru Thursday. Furthermore, it will open Thursday Night on May 9th until 5:30pm!
As an incentive, I'm going to give a free book to a student Friday morning who brings their parents to the book fair Thursday after school. I will have the drawing before closing!
Target has been gracious to our campus two years in a row! They have donated funds in their quest to support education. Their goal is to grant over $1 billion to education nationwide. West Hurst is extremely grateful to Target for their generous support.
Generous PTA Families Donate and Buy Books for the Library!
We have some Awesome families that have given a lot of support to the library this year. The Waller and Alcorn families have donated over 100 books to the library this year. Those donations are over $1,000 in value if they were to be purchased. Thank you ever so much.
The French family has also been exceedingly generous by donating a brand new set of Bluebonnets for our children to read. This is an amazing gift!
THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE THE LIBRARY!
The mission of the Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD Library Technology Services Department is to be an active participant in every child's education, to empower students and staff to be effective users of ideas and information, and to enrich the district curriculum by providing physical and intellectual access to materials in multiple formats, as we promote an enthusiasm for reading, life-long learning, and prepare our students to achieve in the 21st Century.