Orientation Scavenger Hunt in Library

During the first two days of school, students in Grades 6 to 10 scavenged in the library searching for information. Once divided into groups of three or four, they were given twenty-three questions that ranged from finding out which library staff member rides a bicycle to school each day (Loong Noi), to locating a book about inventions using Destiny Quest – our library search interface.

There have been some changes in the library, and this event was a great opportunity for new and old students to find their way around. In addition to locating books and information, the groups were asked to write down the number of books each member had read in the summer and then to total this. The group of four that read the most books came out with an admirable total of twenty-eight books. The lowest number of books read in a group of three was zero.

The library team looks forward to seeing and supporting all the members of our community. Please come by any time to enjoy this space and also to give us suggestions for how better to serve you. A big thanks to the students who made suggestions for magazines that they’d like the library to subscribe to.

 

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