Once again, the GS LRC recognizes the members of the GS Xavier community who frequently read and borrow books in the library. During the general assembly last February 7, 2017, students and teachers were given certificates of recognition for the 3rd and 4th quarter reading awards.
Congratulations to the winners!
The GS LRC volunteered to assist in the Aeta Outreach during the Xavier School fair last February 5. The staff even performed a theatrical play titled “Si Dindo Pundido” as part of the program. You may watch the video of the play below:
As another quarter came to an end, the GS LRC once again gave recognition to the top borrowers during the general assembly last November 16, 2016. There has been a new set of Junior Reading Idols except for Scott Atienza, who remains the top borrower among Grade 3 students. There is even a tie among the Grade 6 students who borrowed the most books. Sections 3-G and 4-F retain their crowns as Reading Champs, the class with the most number of books borrowed for the quarter. To round it up, there are new winners for Rookie Reading Idol, Mr & Ms. Book Lover as well. It will be interesting on who will be the next winners of the LRC Reading Awards.
As a special activity for this year’s A-Day, the GS LRC organized a “BooXS to Go” event for the teachers and staff. The LRC staff surprised everyone by bringing a cart full of books to the different workrooms and offices of the school. This gave everyone a chance to borrow them without going to the library.
As an A-Day treat, everyone who participated also got to pick out a surprise gift for every book they borrowed.
Happy A-Day and Happy Reading to Everyone!
A new batch of books arrived this month and they are all ready for reading! These new professional books cover a vast range of topics including mindfulness, differentiated instruction, enriching discussions, anxiety, and so much more. Come and visit the LRC and check them out!
This 2nd quarter, the GS LRC features resources about the environment and appreciating our mother earth. We’re inviting everyone to visit the LRC and see the latest collection on this topic.