Welcome to the BRE library website! My name is Ms. Mah and I am the school’s teacher librarian!
Our mission at the library is:
1. To instill a lifelong love of reading in the students
Courtesy of Dr. Seuss
2. To create opportunities for students to collaborate, communicate, and critically think by developing information literacy skills through research, inquiry and project-based learning
3. To encourage students to become responsible, critical, and independent users of information in the 21st century
The 2019/20 Reading Link Challenge for intermediate students (grades 4-6) has begun and the 6 new titles for the RLC have arrived! Students who join the club are encouraged to read all of these books sometime during the year. In the spring they will take part in a challenge of sorts by answering questions about the novels. One team of six students from our school will present BRE in the district challenge at Howe Sound Secondary School. We have 31 students who have already signed up!
Below is the link to the six books for this year’s challenge and from previous years:
The Red Cedar Club has also started up with 17 students from grades 4-6 signed up. The 22 B.C.’S Young Readers’ Choice Awards books selected are both fiction and nonfiction. Votes from students in the club throughout the province will be cast in the spring of 2020 for their favourite books. Chocolate Lily book award nominees for primary students (k-3) are also ready as a class read. Classes that participate throughout the province will choose their favourite book in the spring as well. Please see the links below to view the new books chosen for this year:
Our library also has a challenge for all BRE students using the 100 Best Books for BC students in elementary schools as a guide. Students can sign up to see how many books they can read off this book list chosen by BC teachers. Sign up sheets are available at the counter
There will be some fun prizes to be given away to all participants!
Click on the link and see how many books you have read or would like to read with your child from this recommended list: 100 Best Books for BC students
Are you up for the TAKE 20 CHALLENGE?
Take 20 minutes to make learning together part of your everyday. Engaging in literacy activities as a family improves a child’s skills and also helps adults keep their skills sharp.