Welcome to Hoggard's Library Webpage
Here at the Hoggard Library we hope you feel it is a second home. Mrs. Jenny and I hope that this website will be an extension of our library at home. You are a huge part of what makes our library a special place to visit. Let us know if there are any other resources that you would like us to post on this website. Check back for updates on events, book suggestions from your favorite teachers and staff, as well as many resources for you to explore at school and at home.
Resource of the week
MyOn is BACK!!!
You can go to your clever account and login using your student number for both the login and password.
Only for a limited time.
Weekly AR Winners 3/27-4/2
One winner for each class and only if they were 80% or above
Cadence 4.4 pts, Natalia 2.5 pts, Ezra 0.4 pts
Melody 7.4 pts, Katriann 14.6 pts, Brielle 9.3 pts
Selena 6.8 pts and Alec 3 pts
Aracely 4.4 pts, Adalyn 30.6 pts, Sofia 4.0 pts
Isabella 36 pts, Diego 3.9 pts, Obsinet 1.9 pts
Tied Daniela/Christina 9.0 pts, Bibiana 29 pts, McKenzie 6.3 pts
Congratulations to Everyone: Keep on reading!
Go to the More Pages above to get to the NYRA nominated books.
Also join my google classroom and you can see more read alouds from authors and some of your favorite teachers. I will also include lessons here.
I hope to see you there! Use the code below to join.
Click the video below to see
how to use this page!!!!
Events & Announcements
Resources for all... Hope you Enjoy them!
100 Acts of Kindness
During this time it is so important to show kindness. I challenge you to get creative with how you can help your family, friends, and your community while still remaining safe. I am also including a link to Random Acts of Kindness it is FREE to sign up!
Parents there are some great home activities to do at home. Press the Peace Button for some ideas!
Coding Lesson for the Week
Peanut Butter and Jelly Coding Challenge
Hello Students and Family,
I am putting a coding challenge out to all families this week. The best part about it is that you get to eat your creation when you are done. Now although it is called a peanut butter and jelly challenge, you are welcome to make whatever kind of sandwich you want. The rules of this challenge are simple. Much like with coding you need to be direct with your instructions. So something as “simple” as a peanut butter and jelly sandwich may need more direction that you think.
Here is how it works. You are going to essentially code your parents, brother, sister, not the dog because he/she can’t make the sandwich. You can take some time ahead to write out the instructions on paper. Then get your materials out for your sandwich. Then much like you would tell your robot to do something you will then instruct your parent or whomever you're telling to make the sandwich to follow your EXACT steps. Although this involves no technology it mirrors much of what you would need to do with coding. Your instructions have to be exact so the computer, bot, or machine knows what you are wanting them to do.
Then see what the final product is… You can post some of your creations below in the padlet or comment on how the challenge went. I look forward to seeing your comments.
For further coding activities you can go to hourofcode.com located on our Hoggard Symbaloo or simply google hourofcode.com