Maxey Elementary Library

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Library team at the COLOR RUN!!

Books Water RUINED BOOKS!!! Please keep your books AWAY from wet items!! NO WATER BOTTLES near your books!!

Maxey Preschool students loved meeting Clifford the Big Red Dog!!

Thank you for shopping and volunteering at the Scholastic Book Fair in the Maxey Library!! The Maxey Wishing Well purchased books for 25 Maxey students, and the fair total was just under $12,000!! 55% of the sales are used by Maxey to purchase new books for the Library!

We are looking forward to our DINOmite Book Fair May 6-10 in the Maxey Library!!

Coming to Maxey . . . May 6-10 in the Maxey Library!!

Stay tuned to sign up to help with the fair!!

 

Are you interested in reading

GOLDEN SOWERS?? 

The Sower statue is at the top of the capital building in downtown Lincoln.

Students reading four (or more) in a category may vote for their favorite. Reading all ten of the chapter books is cause for celebration!! Get details from Mrs. Christen

SUMMER School/Library at Maxey was ROCKIN’!!

Mrs. Mac, Mrs. Randazzo, Mrs. Christen and Ms. DeLange showed ROCK n ROLL style during summer school.

Favorite events from 17-18:

Breakout BOX has arrived at Maxey!! You’ve heard of Escape Room? Well . . breaking into Breakout Box is happening now in the Maxey Library! 

First to Breakout!! Bragging Rights!!

Teamwork, communication and FUN!!

A team can be two, three or four . . with GRIT, communication and thinking skills . . Yay!!

 

GOLDEN SOWER 17-18 Votes: Top Picture Books at Maxey:

We Forgot Brock! (78 votes) Also State Favorite!

Miss Hazeltine’s Home For Shy and Fearful Cats (67 votes)

Wolfie the Bunny (62 votes) (second favorite in NE)

Mother Bruce (54 votes)

Top Chapter Books at Maxey:

Fuzzy Mud (23 votes) Also Favorite in the State!

Ruby Lee and Me (15 votes)

Paper Things & Baker’s Magic (tie-11 votes)

Crenshaw & All the Answers (tie-10 votes)

 

  in the Maxey Library  MAKERSPACE and MOSAIC during Parent/Teacher conferences!!

Thursday, Feb. 22 3:45-6:45 p.m.

Tuesday, Feb. 27 4:05-6:45 p.m.

 

 

 

 

Mrs. Stohs and Mrs. Mac celebrated their January birthdays in the library!

All of the library staff at Maxey have January birthdays! A great way to start the year at the Maxey Library!

2018 Pajama Day for Kindergarten!!

Reader’s Theater . . 5th graders welcome the new year with their kindergarten buddies.

A multicultural story about celebrating the new year, Shante Keys and the New Year’s Peas and a story about making and keeping a new year’s resolution, Squirrel’s New Year’s Resolution, led to discussion between Maxey Kindergarteners and Fifth Graders!

THANK YOU for your generous donations to the

Maxey Walkathon 2017 for Lincoln Food Bank Backpack Program

 

THANK YOU for

Raising $$5,000 for Hungry Kids in Lincoln!

Thank you for shopping!! 

WILD WEST Book Fair, Saddle Up and READ was a great success! We raised $244 and sold several books for Hartley Elementary School and sold $11,000 of merchandise . . that’s $5,500 of new books for MAXEY!

 


We couldn’t do a book fair without Amazing Volunteers: THANK YOU TO: Addison Catlin, Alivia Miller, Alexandra Meyer, Lilly Pannier, Calum Krikac, Madison Weier, Lara Mattos, Sydney Allen, Defne Otu, Izzy Alfano, Jackson Rennerfeldt, Yui Sakai, Tatum Lewis, Dora Adam, Hasan & Handan Can Otu, Lindsey Dersch, Greg Tebo, Jessie Krikac, Lisa Lewis, Daniela & Fabio Mattos, Amber Messick, Tracy Reichmuth, Julie Watteyne, Ginger Guilfoyle, John Christen, Jill Stohs, Robin MacKnight, Nancy Jagadich, Annette Wiegert, Letti Torrens, Leslie Norris, Todd Juhnke (and the rest of the custodial staff), Tracey Peterson & Suzanne Reimers!!


The Maxey School Mission is to Maximize Learning for ALL Maxey Students!

The mission of the Maxey School Library:

All patrons will be effective and enthusiastic users of materials. We will provide JUST RIGHT items and support to encourage critical thinking, problem solving, and enjoyment that will enable their future success as lifelong readers, learners, and thinkers.

The mission of Lincoln Public Schools’ Library Media Services:

We empower learners to be curious, critical thinkers; enthusiastic readers;

skillful researchers; and conscientious digital citizens.