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LJHS Symbaloos

Students and Parents, Please use this resource to find bookmarks to websites that will help in learning. I have included tools, resources, eBooks opportunities and other activities for the students. I hope they also see some fun things . . . read more

HMH Reading Counts Book Expert

October 12, 2016

Got a new book or borrowed one from the public library? Please use this HMH Reading Counts Book Expert link for you to search your book title or author.   Reading Counts Book Expert read more

Illinois State Award Winning Books

by Amy Haring

    Logan Junior High students are encouraged to read the Illinois State Award Winning books. Please read the information and click the links below to learn more about this year's lists of nominees.    . . . read more

Big6 Skills

LJHS students are learning about and using the Big6 skills in their classes

The Big6™ Developed by Mike Eisenberg and Bob Berkowitz, the Big6 is the most widely known and widely used approach to teaching information and technology skills in the world. Used in thousands of K-12 schools, higher education . . . read more

Scholastic Book Orders

Forms available in the Learning Media Center

by Amy Haring

Scholastic Book order forms are provided for students each month at Logan Junior High.  Students may pick-up forms in the Learning Media Center.  The Logan Library then receives free books that are placed in circulation for all . . . read more

Library Links

Princeton Public Library Prairie Cat - Your Electronic Library on the Web Rebecca Caudill LJHS Library Wiki read more

10 Ways to Raise a Reader

by Amy Haring

10 Ways to Raise a Reader Read to your child every day. It's never too early to start - even newborns respond to hearing you read. Continue reading together even after your child learns to read.  Older children still enjoy . . . read more

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