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Seahawk Blitz joins the Muir Elementary Turkey Trot

It was all smiles and high fives at John Muir Elementary when the Seahawk Blitz joined students at the 17th Annual Turkey Trot. This event took place during lunch recesses and promotes the importance of physical fitness and activity.

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Library Program Mission: To ensure that students are effective users of ideas and information.

Your Library Staff

Mr. Tim Triplett-- Library Media Specialist
email: titriplett@lwsd.org
Phone Number: 425-936-2570 Ext. 55723

Claudia Rolander- Library Assistant
email: crolander@lwsd.org

Pam Lytz-Library Assistant
email: plytz@lwsd.org

The Teacher-Librarian encourages and supports lifelong learning and literacy by maintaining an up-to date diverse collection of materials in a variety of formats, by teaching research and information skills which result in self-reliant and critical users of information, by promoting a love of reading and by supporting curriculum with instruction and resources.


Helpful Library Links

  • e_Reader Hold Harmless Agreement Form Under normal circumstances, Personal Electronic Devices are not permitted at school. We understand that many students are now using eReaders as their independent reading material. For this reason, we have developed this “Hold Harmless” agreement between Juanita Elementary School and families which outlines expectations for use. This document needs to be signed and returned before a student may begin using their eReader for this purpose at school.
  • Juanita Elementary Library Media Center Come explore kid friendly websites, lwsd databases, and the Juanita Elementary Card Catalogue to find your favorite book.
  • Citing Your Resources Learn the right way – and the legal way -- to cite resources, for your paper or presentation.
  • Copyright and Fair Use Guidelines for Educational Multimedia Copyright laws govern the use of copyrighted materials. Teachers and students may use copyrighted materials for educational projects and learning activities, but they must follow specific “fair use” guidelines.
  • King County Libraries More links to your local community and King County Libraries

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