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Welcome to the Central Lyon Elementary/Middle School Library web page. This page will include links to web resources, parental information, news, and announcements about upcoming events in the library. The library is a busy, active room that welcomes all students-whether for research, browsing, taking an AR test, or enjoying a story . . .

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Poetry

Elementary library students have been busy listening to, reading, and writing poems.  Some of the students are using the following templates on ReadWriteThink.org.  These templates are fun, free and easy to . . .

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Reading is My Favorite Sport

Every year students in grades TK – 4th at Central Lyon participate in a reading incentive program during the month of February.  This year’s theme was “Reading is My Favorite Sport."  Please . . .

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Iowa AEA Online Resources

  What is Iowa AEA Online?   Iowa AEA Online is a virtual library that provides no-cost access to 14 high-quality, web-based resources for accredited public and non-public PreK - 12 schools.  Students and . . .

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Book Fair Thank You!

I would like to extend a big THANK YOU to everyone who supported our 2018 Book Fair. We are purchasing over $1200 in books from the coin challenge alone! Wow! Mrs. Pytleski's class brought the most with . . .

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Author Mike Thaler

The library has around 30 books written by Mike Thaler.  They are hugely popular, and we are always looking to add more (and replace some of the worn out copies that have been well loved over the years)!   In our library, he is . . .

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Online Biographies

Biographies  www.iowaaeaonline.org Britannica Username: Ask Mrs. Schrick or Mrs. Reck, if not already saved on your computer Password: Ask Mrs. Schrick or Mrs. Reck, if . . .

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Thank You, Farmers and Ranchers!

The library's newest series of books about farming is the  Who Made My Lunch book series by Bridget Heos.  Each TK - 2nd grade class read one of the books and discussed different types of farming, from cocoa beans to . . .

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Thank you, Central Lyon Foundation!

The library received a grant from the Central Lyon Foundation to purchase books about the Olympics.  Please click on the video to see all of our new books.  A huge thank you to the Foundation for these new, . . .

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Accelerated Reading

The Accelerated Reader program is a computerized program that tests reading comprehension. Students select books on their reading level, read independently, and take an independent comprehension test on the computer. . . .

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Martin Luther King Jr. Research

http://www2.lhric.org/pocantico/taverna/98/1.htm  

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