Report teens look to libraries for tech support#bced #sd23ed #kssed sure do but-bit.ly/Ayd5xPthe KSSLChas to have answers
— KSS Library (@kssreads) March 2, 2012
Geek Out @ your library
CHICAGO– As Web-enabled tools such as Facebook, texting and smartphone apps become a staple of teen culture, school and public libraries from coast to coast will throw open their physical and virtual doors to teens and showcase technological resources available @ your library during Teen Tech Week™, March 4 – 10, 2012. Teens by the thousands will improve their digital literacy skills as they take advantage of free library social networking and digital media workshops, e-books, databases, online homework help, gaming tournaments and much more.
The City of Kelowna and PacificSport honoured Okanagan athletes and volunteers at the Community Sports Hero Awards. The reception saw many School District students and teachers honoured including Roger Kirk, Don Bingham and our Tony Sodaro.
EVENT CANCELLED… Sadly, the Central Okanagan Teacher-librarians’ Association( COTLA) after much planning has had to suspend the week-long visit (March 5-9, 2012) of the award winning and Canadian author Eric Walters.
He was to read and present to almost 4000 grade 5 & 7 students at the Kelowna Community Theatre, and on site at some of our high schools. IT IS HOPEFUL THAT COTLA CAN MAKE ARRANGEMENTS TO BRING MR. WALTERS BACK FOR 2013.