The library will be closed from 9:15-10:25 AM on November 17th for a private staffmeeting.
RHS Book Club will meet on Thursday, December 7th from 3:50-4:30 PM in the library to discuss Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan. We will also vote on our selections for the year.
Google/ Chromebook/Office 365 Password Change:Students must change their passwords from their student numbers soon or your accounts will be locked. Please follow the directions given during homeroom to change your password successfully.
“Unplugged” Activities Shelf Donations
Students have been enjoying the games & puzzles during their free time! We are looking for more board games, puzzles, etc. to add to our “Unplugged” Activities Shelf. Click for our wish list.
Email Mrs. Fossa at LDAVISFOSSA@WSFCS.K12.NC.US.
Crystal Simone Smith
Poet and Duke University professor, Crystal Simone Smith, visited Reagan’s library to discuss her new book as well as the process of blackout poetry. Each student received their own signed copy from the author and participated in a blackout poetry workshop.
Smith’s newest collection of poetry is available for check out in the Reagan Library.
New Additions to Library
Last year thelibrary received $32,000 to update our print collection. We are excited to the share our new titles with you. We doubled the graphic literature collection. Thank you to the Anime Club for all their wonderful recommendations!
The library is a shared space.
Students are expected to adhere to the library expectations to ensure maintenance of a harmonious and productive environment.
Sign in & show the librarian(s)
your hall pass.
Speak quietly and silence your device(s).
No food or candy.
Take care of our media center.
Clean up after yourself.
Be respectful & kind.
RAIDER REC of the MONTH
Sixteen-year-old Bree Matthews wants nothing to do with her family memories or her home in rural North Carolina after her mother dies. The residential program for high schoolers at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill is the perfect escape, until Bree sees a demon attack the night before school starts. A teenage mage who calls himself a "Merlin" tries to wipe her memory of the attack, but fails and Bree manages to stumble upon a society of "Legendborn" students descended from King Arthur and his knights who hunt the demons. As Bree dives deeper into the society, her own memories and magical abilities are unlocked. Her reluctant partnership with Nick, a Legendborn with his own grudge, allows her to discover the dark secrets behind the society..
WHY WOULD YOU RECOMMEND THIS BOOK?
“I love the incorporation of Arthurian mythology.
Also, the setting is UNC Chapel Hill so it is fun to see the familiar places. “