Welcome!
Welcome to Sunny Hills Library!
 

Mrs. Ensey, Teacher Librarian

Mrs. Collister, Overload Librarian

425-837-7411

 

enseym@issaquah.wednet.edu  collisterl@issaquah.wednet.edu

March Madness!

CALLING ALL 4TH AND 5TH GRADERS!

March Madness Info!

Click HERE to get to the form to fill out for EACH BOOK you read for March Madness. 

If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Ensey enseym@issaquah.wednet.edu

 

2019-2020 Otter Awards!

The Otter Awards are a perfect option for 2nd and 3rd grade students who have transitioned to chapter books. 

                               

  • Two’s a Crowd (Pug Pals #1)  by Flora Ahn 
  • Mac Undercover (Mac B., Kid Spy #1) by Mac Barnett, illustrated by Mike Lowery 
  • Rosie Revere and the Raucous Riveters (The Questioneers, book #1) by Andrea Beady, illustrated by David Roberts 
  • Meet Yasmin! by Saadia Faruqi, illustrated by Hatem Aly
  • Rabbit’s Bad Habits (Rabbit & Bear, book 1) by Julian Gough, illustrated by Jim Field 
  • Mr. Wolf’s Class (Mr. Wolf’s Class #1) by Aron Nels Steinke 

New Books Have Arrived!
What's Happening in January?

Kindergarten: We are reading books in for our Mock Caldecott Awards. 

First Grade: We are reading books in for our Mock Caldecott Awards. 

Second Grade: We are reading books in for our Mock Caldecott Awards. 

Third Grade: We are choosing books for our Fantasy book project and learning about Digital Citizenship

Fourth Grade: We are learning about Digital Citizenship. 

Fifth Grade:  We are learning about Digital Citizenship. 

Policies and Procedures

Library Policies and Procedures


* K-2 Library materials are checked out for 1 week .
*3-5 Library materials are checked out for 2 weeks for grades 3 -5. Items may be renewed once (or longer with special permission).
* Students in K-1 may check out 2 books.  
* Students in 2nd grade may check out 3 books. 
* Students in 3rd grade may check out 4 books.

* Students in 4th grade may check out 5 books. 

* Students in 5th grade may check out 10 books. 


* Overdue fines are not charged, but students must replace or pay for a lost or damaged books.

 databases: PebbleGO, PebbleGO next, TrueFlix, Brain Pop, Brain Pop jr. and CultureGram


Mustang Way
Be Respectful: Enter & Exit calmly and quietly, Hands & feet to self, Walking feet, Leave the shelves looking neat
Be Responsible: Return your books on time,
  Sit at assigned seat/table, Follow ISD technology rules
Be Engaged:  Listen with your whole body, Look for library materials each week, Recommend books to your classmates