Kaysville Knights' Library
Mrs. Ethington email@example.com
Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 7:45-3:15 Friday 7:45-2:00
Kaysville Jr.’s library exists to connect people with each other and with information.
All users of our library are welcome; they are encouraged to learn both independently and together through all sources, proving themselves ethical in using information and consideration of fellow patrons.
Curiosity is hunger; our library is the feast.
Food for Fines!: From now until Nov. 20th you can bring in a can/box of food for each dollar you owe in fines! All food counts towards house points and will be donated to the Bountiful Food Pantry.
Fall Literacy Night:
Mon., November 19, 7:00 p.m.
Viewmont High Auditorium with Shelly Brown and Chad Morris
Book Clubs: First Monday and Thursday each month:
Mondays: DURING LUNCH
Thursdays: AFTER SCHOOL
traditional reading club
The House with a Clock in its Walls by John Bellairs. Still two copies available or grab your own and join us Thursday, Nov. 8
Knights of the Reading Table! Are you on a Quest for a special book that cannot be found among our noble tomes? You may give suggestions by clicking on the this link: BOOK reQUESTS!
Both lists are listed by title but they are Excel tables. If you click on the word author (line #1) the list will then be alphabetized by author instead. The 9th grade list can also be adjusted by points. Have fun and READ!
Independent Reading Book Club: Bring the book you are reading and enjoy some prime library time to get that story into your soul! Each month we will dedicate the first few minutes to hear from students who finished a book. This club will meet EVERY MONDAY during lunches. Eat your lunch in the cafeteria then come up to read. See you there!
Group Book Club: This is the traditional book club where everyone reads the same book together and talk about highlights, impressions, likes/dislikes, etc. when it's done. Our next meeting is Nov. 8 This club meets after school. 3:00-3:30.
The Library Media DESK focuses and prioritizes the reading and information literacy skills that students need to know and be able to use to help them read and research effectively in all subjects and with a variety of technologies.