Welcome to the BMS Library!

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  • Checking Out Books

    Students may check out up to two books at time for a period of two weeks.  Students needing to renew items beyond the two week period may bring in items for renewal.  

    Maker Mondays

    Build, Create, Invent, and Explore at BMS Library Makerspace!  Ask your core teachers about getting a ticket to visit the library Makerspace on Maker Mondays!  Below are just a few of the many activies you can explore at BMS Library Makerspace!

    • Program a robot with our new Ozobot Evos.
    • Create your own wall decor with rolled magazine art or tube art.
    • Color your own Zentangle book mark.
    • Snap your own Polaroid and add yourself to our "KEVA Wall of Fame" when you build with our new KEVA planks system.
    • Up for a brain challenge?  If you like Rubik's Cube, you'll love our new Coggies!
    • Use Snap Circuits to build a remote-controlled rover.
    • Invent something new with Makey-Makey!

    Free-Read Fridays

    Join us in the BMS Library for some quiet reading time.  See your language arts or reading teacher for a ticket.

    Scheduling

    Teachers may schedule the library for collaborative research with the librarian or other projects with which you wish to colloborate with librarian. Mondays and Fridays are reserved for Maker Monday and Free-Read Friday.  Wednesday and Thursday block days are the best days for collaborative projects.   You may check the online library calendar for availabity.  See Mrs. McRae to schedule your class.  

    Checking Out Equipment/Periodicals

    Teachers may check out periodicals and specified library equipment by signing items out in the periodicals log or the equipment log located at the circulation desk.  

    Chromebooks

    Students with Chromebook issues should see their homeroom teacher first.  If the homeroom teacher cannot solve the problem, the homeroom teacher will file a Technology Ticket and send the student along with the Chromebook and the Technology Ticket number to the library to see Mrs. McRae.  If the Chromebook has been damaged, the homeroom teacher will first provide the student with a Damage Report.  This Damage Report must be signed by a parent/guardian and returned to the homeroom teacher before a Technology Ticket can be made.  Mrs. McRae will address Chromebook issues only during homeroom.