Welcome to the Library Corner! Here you’ll find monthly newsletters, important library resources, and updates about what’s going on in the Marie L. Greenwood Library.
The candy corn has been counted, and the winner of the entire jar of candy corn is Jesus Mendoza in 7th grade, who guessed the exact number in the jar: 325! Congratulations Jesus!
The winners of the 2022 Spooky Story Contest are…
India Brown (2nd Grade)
Pedro Soriano (5th Grade)
Alan Romero-Gallegos (5th Grade)
Natalie Lopez (6th Grade)
Sonia Hernandez-Lopez (6th Grade)
Read the winners’ stories posted below!
The Scholastic Book Fair is coming to MLG in December! See the Scholastic Book Fair 2022 tab below for more information, or visit our Scholastic Book Fair homepage at https://bookfairs.scholastic.com/bf/greenwood1.
Parents and Guardians: Interested in volunteering for the fair? Please see the Family Announcements tab below to find out how.
The Scholastic Book Fair is returning to MLG in 2022! See the schedule below, and visit our Scholastic Book Fair Homepage for more information: https://bookfairs.scholastic.com/bf/greenwood1.
Did your student lose their book fair flyer? Access the elementary and middle school flyers using the buttons below.
December 2nd (Friday): Book Fair Preview Day
Students will not be able to make purchases on this day. Classes will be able to visit the library to preview the books at the fair and determine how much money they would like to bring when their class returns December 5th-9th.
Ms. Pruett (4th Grade)
Ms. Prueitt (2nd Grade)
8:15-9:00: Ms. Urbanz’s Homeroom
9:00-9:45: Mr. Hinojoza’s Homeroom
9:45-10:30: Ms. Gallegos’ Class
2:00-2:45: Ms. Coursey’s Class
8:15-8:40: Ms. Fox’s Homeroom
8:40-9:00: Ms. Murphy’s Homeroom
9:00-9:45: Ms. Ochoa’s Class
9:45-10:30: Ms. Otalvaro’s Class
11:30-12:15: Ms. Canela’s Class
2:00-2:45: Ms. Contreras’ Class
8:15-9:00: Ms. Holz-Russell’s Class
9:00-9:45: Ms. Pruett’s (4th Grade) Class
9:45-10:30: Ms. Clementi’s Homeroom
2:00-2:45: Mx. Lin’s Homeroom
8:15-9:00: Ms. Cary’s Homeroom
9:00-9:45: Ms. Dobbs’ Class
9:45-10:30: Ms. Hyde’s Class
2:00-2:45: Ms. Portillo’s Class
8:15-8:40: Ms. O’Leary’s Homeroom
8:40-9:00: Ms. Wilson’s Homeroom
9:00-9:45: Ms. Boniello’s Class
9:45-10:30: Mr. Restrepo’s Class
2:00-2:45: Ms. Prueitt’s Class
The next library contest will take place during the months of November and December! It will be a winter book bingo contest. Download the playing card by clicking the button below, and use books from the MLG Library, Sora, or the Denver Public Library to complete the challenge. Return the completed bingo sheet to Ms. Bonnie for a chance to win a prize!
Thank you to all our our participants in the Spooky Story Contest! We received so many great submissions and loved reading your spooky stories. The winners are India Brown, Pedro Soriano, Alan Romero-Gallegos, Natalie Lopez, and Sonia Hernandez-Lopez. Read their spooky stories below!
Attention Parents and Guardians: We are now seeking volunteers for the 2022 Scholastic Book Fair! If you are interested in volunteering, please contact email@example.com ASAP to learn how!
No podemos lograrlo sin ti! Considera la posibilidad de ser un voluntario para la feria del proximo ano. El cuento comienza contigo! Contacto: firstname.lastname@example.org los antes posible!
Instructions for logging onto LION and SORA: English or Spanish
The DPS Lion site is home to many different resources for students. Through this site, students can access the library catalog, eBook and audiobook sites, and a variety of online databases. Access the Marie L. Greenwood Lion site with the button below.
Sora is the Denver Public Schools eBook and audiobook site, housing over 30,000 books in various reading and interest levels. Students can click the button below to access the Sora site, and sign in using their six-digit student ID number and eight-digit birthday.
Denver Public Library’s Summer of Adventure
It’s time for a new adventure! Register for Denver Public Library’s Summer of Adventure, the FREE program that encourages youth from birth to 12th grade to grow, learn and have fun.
Registration for Summer of Adventure begins June 3.To sign up visit summerofadventure.org or drop by your local Denver Public Library branch. You’ll get a printed Adventure Guide to inspire your own reading, making and exploring along with a prize to get you started.
You do not need a library card to participate in the Summer of Adventure, but it helps! Students with a library card are able to check out books from the library and use the computers and IdeaLab space. If students would like to register for a library card, they can visit any branch of the Denver Public Library or come see Miss Bonnie in the library for a form.