- Renaissance Place: AR, STAR, and MathFacts in a Flash
- Home Connect allows parents to see how the child is performing in AR and sign up to receive an email when the child takes a quiz.
- Parent Resources has helpful Parent Guides answering frequently asked questions about Renaissance products.
- Survey on AR Incentives
- National Honor Roll
- Use Follett Destiny, our library catalog, to search for books in our library or other county school libraries.
- Scholastic Book Fair
- Library Schedule
- Fall Festival Silent Auction
- Title I Parent Information
- Parent Guide to Being TNReady
- Online Books
- Screen Actors Guild Foundation features SAG members reading childrens books aloud!
- Pete the Cat
- Robert Munsch reads all of his stories aloud on his official site. The book is not shown, but hearing him read is an experience.
- Tennessee R.E.A.D.S....You need a library card from Everett Horne Library (or a Tennessee public library) to access these ebooks. You will need the Overdrive Reader app on an iPad or can use Kindle.
- Click on "book related" to choose books that are read aloud.
- E-Books Directory is a daily growing list of freely downloadable ebooks
- Free books that are in the public domain are available from a variety of authors. You may read the books online or offline.
- Bibliomania offers over 2000 great classic texts for download. Links to study guides and teacher resources are also available through this site.
- Games with Books
Call of the Wild Reading Night
10 months ago
On February 21st, 2017, Mrs. Winter Taylor and the Parent Involvement Team had a great adventure with the Wild World of Reading Night and we met a Natchez Trace Park Ranger! He read The Salamander Room and shared his snake with the students. They played Species Charades and a Bear Hunt Scavenger Game, read on myON, and had bear paw cupcakes for refreshment!
- TEL Tennessee Electronic Library-World Book; magazine, journal, and newspaper articles; videos; e-books, etc.
- Fact Monster-dictionary, encyclopedia, thesaurus, almanac
- DK Find Out!
- LibrarySpot-best library and reference sites
- Library of Congress
- Time Magazine
- National Geographic Kids
- Encyclopedia Britannica
- Common Core Standards Guide by National PTA
- Author Pronunciations
- Book Series
- Reading Rockets (Interviews with Authors and Illustrators
- Research/References Powerpoint
- Reference Skills
- Choose the Best Website
- Research Practice Prezi
- Primary and Secondary Sources Powerpoint
- Internet Safety
- Genre/Types of Text
- Fiction/Nonfiction, Call Numbers, Dewey
- Visiting the Libary Reminders
2016 Book Characters
10 months ago
Promoting literacy, our Westover students dressed up as books characters! We had lots of participation!! Students and faculty!!
2016-2017 Dr. Seuss/Read Across America Day
9 months ago
Mrs. Jackie Collins, a friend of Mrs. Theresa's, read Green Eggs and Ham!
Mr. Leon Mullen, Mrs. Theresa's dad, and Dianne, her stepmom came to read on Monday!
Westover celebrated Dr. Seuss’s birthday and Read Across America on Thursday, March 2. The cafeteria had healthy cupcakes for lunch and we had guests reading and lots of fun activities!
We had several guests from our community and appreciate them taking time to read to our students! Mrs. Judy Sanders, the Title I supervisor with the HCBE, read The Lorax to Mrs. Hayes’s 6th graders; Mr. Wilkinson, our director of schools, read Green Eggs and Ham to Mrs. Wilkinson’s first graders; Mrs. Melissa Barker, one of our county reading coaches, read Oh, the Places You’ll Go to Mrs. Wallace’s sixth graders; and Mr. Joe Davis, a parent/husband, read Horton Hatches the Egg to all the fourth graders .
Pre-K celebrated all week, having visitors and doing fun activities!! On Monday, Ms Suzie Yanessa came to read The Cat in the Hat. On Thursday, Mrs. Samantha Poe, Mrs. Theresa’s daughter, read Green Eggs and Ham to the three year old PreK, and the class enjoyed eating green eggs and ham. On Friday, Ms. Jackie Collins, a friend of Mrs. Theresa’s, read Green Eggs and Ham to the four year old PreK, and they had green eggs and ham.
Mrs. Wilkinson’s class made "green eggs" using vanilla pudding, green food coloring, and wafer cookies for the yolk, and also had a birthday party for Dr. Seuss and the parents came to enjoy this. Mrs. Daniels’s 5th graders all read Bartholomew and the Oobleck, and made oobleck in class and took some home. In Mrs. Simpson’s 5th grade Reading classes, they used our new Myon program to learn more about Dr. Seuss by listening to his biography and AR testing on the story, then they had a little fun with the sillier side of Dr. Seuss she read There's a Wocket in my Pocket. Mrs. Wallace had lots of goodies to eat, such as Yertle Turtles, Goose Juice, Green Eggs and Ham, and One Fish Two Fish cupcakes, then they read Oh, The Places You’ll Go, which has been their tradition since we started this. Mrs. McKee also read Oh, the Places You’ll Go, which she always does with her 8th graders. Mr. Rhodes played games, Musical Spots and Mingle, and gave away Dr. Seuss hats to different groups.
What a fun day! There were lots more activities!
Pokemon Are in the Library!
10 months ago