After our library lesson each week, students check out their books & then they go to stations in the library that encourage creativity as well as enhancing STEAM skills. Two 2nd grade students are showing off their artwork on the Magna Tablets & others are reading books online through our e-book subscription with Tumble Books.
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About Janelle Ross
I am the Chance Elementary School Librarian. Prior to coming to chance, I taught H.S. English in the Ralls County R-II school district for six years. When my youngest child started school in 2014, I joined the library team at CES. I have a B.S.E in English Education from Hannibal-LaGrange University and added the Library/Media Specialist certification in May 2015.
I'm married to Kendrick Ross and we've lived in Centralia since April, 2005. We have three children: Abbie, Morgan & Ethan. We enjoy riding bikes, going for walks and playing ball together.
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The Scholastic Book Fair will be held on Thursday, March 15th from 3:30-7:30 pm in the CES multipurpose room. Please come support your child’s love for reading & our school library program!
Students continue to amaze me with their creations!! These Kindergarten students incorporated their library books into the buildings they made! Great job – way to think outside the box!
When students come to the CES library, there are many activities for them beyond reading. Students have the opportunity to spend time creating & experimenting with some “hands-on” stations. Here are some 2nd grade students learning about force & motion in the dominoes center.
The Chance Elementary Scholastic Book Fair will be Tuesday, March 14th from 4:00-7:30 pm in the CES multipurpose room. Please come out and support your school library & encourage students to read!
When students visit the library at Chance Elementary, it is a time to check out books and read; but it’s also a time to be creative! After our lesson time and check out, students are given the opportunity to choose from different centers to explore and be creative. Great job students! Keep those imaginations working!
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