Flipped library contests
All Shguart students and parents are encouraged to participate in flipped contests. Flipped contests require students to complete library lessons at home. Parents are encouraged to help students. Students who turn in lessons will be entered in a raffle to win cool prizes.
Policies and procedures
- Pre-K may check out one book at a time.
- Kindergarteners may check out one book at a time. Kindergarteners who participate in the AR program, may check out two books at a time.
- First through fifth graders may check out up to three books at a time.
- Students who make the A Honor Roll can earn a "free book" coupon which allows them to check out up to four books at a time.
- Options for paying for lost books include paying in full or paying in installments of $5 per month.
Check out this video to learn the procedures students follow when they visit the library with their class.
Flipped Giant Steps
Check out the librarian reading Giant Steps to Change the World by Spike and Tonya Lee. Then, see if you can answer the questions to the flipped quiz.
Flipped black history quiz
Students are encouraged to use research skills to learn more about African American history. Check out this flipped quiz. Complete it, and turn it in to the librarian for a chance to win some cool prizes.
La Fases de la Luna
Eschuchar a La Fases of de La Luna y terminar la examen.
The library staff
Monica Black earned a Master of Library Science Degree from Sam Houston State University in 2013. She began working at Shugart that same year. Cassandra Law has a B.A. Degree in Theater and one in Speech Pathology. She began working at Shugart in 2015.
Reading with Rodney
The Shugart library is proud to be collecting books for the Reading with Rodney campaign. Students, parents, and community members are encouraged to donate new or gently used books. The books will distributed to needy families this summer.
Students can look up quiz numbers. Additionally, students can find the following helpful information:
IL = interest level
LG = lower grades
MG = middle grades
UG = upper grades (meaning 8-12th grade)
BL = similar to a reading level -- given in numbers such as 4.2, 5.1
AR Pts = points available for 100% on the test
Quiz Type = kind of quiz students can take - they all have reading practice test as the type.
Some have additional vocabulary tests, too. Click here for more AR information.