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7:05 AM - 3:30 PM
You must have a pass to enter the library before school, during lunch, and during class time. After school no pass is needed, but you must have your own way home by 3:30 (no bus riders after school).
Mrs. Mihovk, School Librarian
MLK Choice Board
parts of the above board are from Shannon McClintock Miller
1. Reflect on these questions, then either record a video (1 minute) or write a paragraph of two with your thoughts.
- “What did Martin’s big words have to do with what was happening in his life? What does the author of Martin's Big Words mean at the end when she says that Martin’s big words are ‘alive’ today?” Can you cite an example from one of the other articles to demonstrate this?
2. Choose a word that you think represents MLK Jr. Create a collage of either magazine clippings or a digital collage representing that word.
3. This is a poster used by the Southern Christian Leadership Conference with an MLK Jr. Quote. Find 3 more MLK Jr. quotes in the above resources, create posters for the quotes--digital or drawn, then explain under each why you chose the quote.
poster citation: Southern Christian Leadership Conference, America. “Poster for SCLC Reading ‘Injustice Anywhere...a Threat to Justice Everywhere,’” National Museum of African American History and Culture via Smithsonian, www.si.edu/object/poster-sclc-reading-injustice-anywherea-threat-justice-everywhere:nmaahc_2010.41.4. Accessed 5 Jan. 2021.
4. Record a one minute video or write a couple paragraphs answering these questions:
|LS2 is the catalog of physical books we have. You can also see ebooks on LS2. Access through Clever.
||Sora is our reading app. Check out both e-book and e-audiobooks. Access through the app or in Clever.
The Omaha Public Schools’ Libraries empower students to become future ready citizens who appreciate reading and engaging with information in all formats. Through rigorous and relevant learning experiences, students work individually and collaboratively to inquire, think critically, and create new understandings.
The Omaha Public Schools’ Libraries are central to the learning process and directly tied to the K-12 curriculum. Certified school librarians lead the way in literacy, technology, and the use of information in all formats to ensure that students are effective and responsible users of information and ideas.
- Students may check out materials for 3 weeks at a time; materials can be renewed for 2 more weeks if there is not a waiting list. Please return books on their due dates so that other students may read them. PlayAways can be checked out for a week and renewed for another week.
- You will stamp your agenda with a "Library Books Due Today" reminder.
- Students may put a book on hold if it is checked out by another person. This can be done at the circulation desk or on your own by logging into the catalog.
- Please be respectful of one another as well as all the materials in the library.
- Your log in for the LS@ catalog is your student number and your password is your birthdate in 6 digits (February 12, 2003 = 021203)
Omaha Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, age, genetic information, citizenship status, or economic status in its programs, activities and employment and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following individual has been designated to address inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Superintendent of Schools, 3215 Cuming Street, Omaha, NE 68131 (531-299-9822).
Las Escuelas Públicas de Omaha no discriminan basados en la raza, color, origen nacional, religión, sexo, estado civil, orientación sexual, discapacidad , edad, información genética, estado de ciudadanía, o estado económico, en sus programas, actividades y empleo, y provee acceso equitativo a los “Boy Scouts” y a otros grupos juveniles designados. La siguiente persona ha sido designada para atender estas inquietudes referentes a las pólizas de no discriminación: El Superintendente de las Escuelas, 3215 Cuming Street, Omaha, NE 68131 (531-299-9822).