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The public library summer reading program begins June 1 and runs through July 31.  There are programs for children, teens, and adults with interesting activities and programs to catch your imagination!  You can read physical books, electronic books, or listen to audio books.  Big kids can read stories to little kids.  Little kids can read to big kids!  There is no end to the opportunities to encourage reading.  Local businesses are helping contribute prizes, too!  So, stop the summer slide from lack of reading - go read, earn prizes, and come to school ready to tell your teachers and librarian all about the great books you read this summer!
For more information, check out the library's website at warsawlibrary.org, or stop in and register, starting June 1.  
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Students worked in the library during Student Resource Time putting the finishing touches on their projects.  Parents and community members are all invited to come watch presentations all next week, being held in our Library Learning Commons.  Ask your student for the exact date and time they will be presenting, or contact the school for more information!

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With the increased use of images in school work, it is important to give credit to the creator of all images, after making sure the image is free to be used.  
Edgewood offers the Image Quest database with hundreds of images that are free to use in student work.  Students may also look for free images in Google by clicking on Settings in Google, then scrolling down to Usage Rights and selecting Free to Use.  Once the student has selected an image, that image must be cited.  Click the link below for guidelines on citing.

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Students have spent the past two weeks designing and making holiday cards to send to Mr. Allen and his current military group. During Success enrichment time, a different group of students wrote letters in these cards, expressing their thanks to our soldiers and wishing them a safe holiday.  Thanks to the folks who donated scrapbooking supplies to make the cards, and thanks to the many students who helped in this process!

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Dan is the star pitcher for his high school baseball team. Colleges are recruiting him. Pro teams are interested. Everything should be perfect. Instead, life is falling apart, as both his parents lose their jobs, then their house. Dan's family is homeless, moving to Dignityville, a tent city designed to help the many homeless in the city. As if this isn't bad enough, the leader of Dignityville is attacked and left for dead. Who would want to hurt the homeless, people left with nothing?
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