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Intermediate Golden Sowers 2019-2020

VOTE for your favorite Golden Sower 2020-2021

Chapter Book Golden Sowers...What's your favorite?
The Next Great Paulie Fink: 9 votes (28.13%)
Saving Winslow: 3 votes (9.38%)
Ruby in the Sky: 1 votes (3.13%)
Strongheart: Wonder dog of the sliver screen: 6 votes (18.75%)
Bob: 1 votes (3.13%)
The Miscalculations of Lightening Girl: 1 votes (3.13%)
Max and the Midknights: 2 votes (6.25%)
Captain Superlative: 2 votes (6.25%)
Hope in the Holler: 7 votes (21.88%)
The Unsung Hero of Birdsong, USA.: 0 votes (0%)
Total Votes: 32

Frequently Asked Questions

How many books may I have check out?

      First- sixth graders may have 5 books checked out at a time.  Kindergarteners start with one book and gradually increase throughout the year.  If a student has materials that have been checked out for over a month, their check out may be limited.

When do I return my books?

      Books will be returned on the day of your check-out. This method is helpful because I can see what is being returned and talk to students about their books. Also, we can discuss books you may still have to return. 

How do I renew a book?

      You may ask to keep a book for another week or so, I will renew it for you even if you don't have it with you at checkout.

Where do I find the passwords for online databases when I am at home?

      The passwords for online databases are at the circulation desk. I will print a copy for anyone who will use it at home. Also, I can email the information to parents directly.

What is my login information for the online catalog and OverDrive?  

  • I can read a book online.
  • I will be able to check out 3 eBooks.

      Your username is your student identification number.  Your password is based on your birthday.  Begin with a two digit number for the month you were born.  Add the two digit number for the day you were born.  Last, add the two digits at the end of your birth year.  Do NOT put any spaces between the digits. (MMDDYY)  Ask Ms. Beebee what you can do with this imformation? 

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K McNeely    
1 Betancourt    
1 Nielsen    
2 SittingEagle    
2 Navarro    
3 Opitz    
4 Soto    
4 West    
5 Cooper    
6 Long    




Last, First. Title of the Book. City: Publishing Company, Inc., Date.

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GOLDEN SOWER Nominees 2020-2021

Primary Golden Sowers 2020-2021
This is a Taco!: 0 votes (0%)
We Don't Eat our Classmates: 0 votes (0%)
Grumpy Monkey: 0 votes (0%)
Got to Get to Bear's!: 0 votes (0%)
Be Kind: 0 votes (0%)
Thank You, Omu!: 0 votes (0%)
Neck and Neck: 0 votes (0%)
Crash, Splash, or Moo!: 0 votes (0%)
The Donkey Egg: 0 votes (0%)
Sweety: 0 votes (0%)
Total Votes: 0

Information about the Golden Sower Nominees

What is the Nebraska Golden Sower Award?
The Golden Sower Award is a children’s choice award given annually to authors and illustrators as determined by the votes of thousands of school-age readers from across Nebraska. Golden Sower Awards are given annually representing three categories: Primary, Intermediate, and Young Adult.

What is the purpose of the Nebraska Golden Sower Award? 
The Nebraska Golden Sower Award program aspires to:
+stimulate children’s thinking and discussions about a variety of topics
+introduce different types of literature 
+encourage independent reading 
+foster an appreciation for excellence in writing and illustrating

How does the Golden Sower Award program work?
Each year the program runs from summer to the following spring with local libraries and schools introducing the current nominated titles. Readers can enjoy reading or listening to the nominees throughout the year. Eligible voters must cast their ballots through a library or school before the April deadline. 

How do participants vote?
Voting is open to all eligible NE Golden Sower readers who have read or heard a minimum of four of the current nominees from one category. At Jackson Elementary, we vote online. Links to voting online are found on this page.

Happy Reading!


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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 (402-557-2001).