New Books 2013

News from the librarian

It's with a sad but hopeful heart that I say good-bye to Clear Creek H.S. and CCISD. I've been with the district for twenty years as a librarian.

I began my career at Wedgewood Elementary in Friendswood which opened that year with 950 students grades PK-6. It was a challenging four years as I was a former high school English teacher and had no elementary training.

I then moved to Clear Brook High School working with Lynn Marchesi and then Michelle Buckley. I stayed at Brook for seven years. When Mary Clark retired from Clear Creek H.S., I tranferred here and worked with first Janel Salmen, then with Danna Kubacak. I have been here for nine years.

I have been very blessed to be with such a fine district, but now I'm off for a new adventure to another great district in Conroe ISD. I will be the librarian at Caney Creek High School---still CCHS, but changing from Wildcats to Panthers. I will miss the outstanding faculty and student body at Creek, but I look forward to meeting new people and helping to inspire the love of reading in new patrons.

Keep reading Wildcats!!!! You'll always be in my heart.

God Bless,
Mrs. Sanders

April News

Last night, April 4th, we had our pizza party celebrating the participants of our League City High Schools Read program. It was small so every student who attended received free pizza, gift certificates to the Cheese Cake Factory or Starbucks and a certificate of participation. Each student read one of three books and joined into the E4
discussion of their book. Our participants were Faliha Gilani, Logan Graves and Lacie Helmen.

April is National Poetry Month. We have poetry books on display. Ms. Graham may have a poetry reading planned in the library soon. Listen to the announcements.

Today, April 5th is National Librarian Day. Our library director and members of the Friends of the Library visited all 43 schools in the district and delivered gifts to the librarians and their aides. We really liked those jelly beans!

Finally, we currently are displaying masks from Mr. Wooldridge's 10th grade classes. The projects were based on the novel Shattering Glass by Gail Giles. They sure are awesome!