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Elizabeth O. Garza, Librarian
NISD Locke Hill ES Librarian
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The Battle of the Books Competition was tonight. We competed for the first time with seven other school teams and won 3rd place. Locke Hill is so proud of our Lions! We are pumped up for competing next school year.
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Elizabeth O. Garza, Librarian May 18
The NISD Storyfest feature author - Jonathan Auxier who wrote “The Night Gardener” (Texas Bluebonnet List nominee) autographed Locke Hill’s copy of his book. Yeah! Come by and check it out!!
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Elizabeth O. Garza, Librarian May 18
Our Locke Hill Lion representing us at the NISD Storyfest. Thank you Sarah for volunteering to take part in the dance party. The Ss had a blast!
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Elizabeth O. Garza, Librarian May 18
St. Mary’s University students are off for the summer but they still made time to volunteer at the NISD Storyfest. Thank you!
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Elizabeth O. Garza, Librarian May 18
NISD Storyfest - that’s what I’m talking about! Our Locke Hill Lion Ss are proudly displaying their original stories. LH Proud!
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Elizabeth O. Garza, Librarian May 10
And thank you Anita for coming by during our Family Night to teach our Locke Hill Lions about Coding. Your expertise is greatly appreciated!
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Elizabeth O. Garza, Librarian May 9
That would have been awesome!!
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Elizabeth O. Garza, Librarian May 9
After 2nd grade learned about Fiesta, SA history & tradition they created a Locke Hill Fiesta Medal with Mr Guera. Then Mr. Tedesco taught them about Tinkercad. Ss voted to print four in 3D.
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Elizabeth O. Garza, Librarian May 9
Locke Hill ES Writing Wizard’s Club hosted by the Children’s Librarian from the SAPL has done it again! Check out the Ss work published in the Zine on display at the SAPL Cody branch.
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Elizabeth O. Garza, Librarian May 9
Our Locke Hill Lions are enjoying their lunch in the library as they discuss the Bluebonnet and 2x2 books they enjoyed the most and for which they voted.
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Elizabeth O. Garza, Librarian May 9
The Locke Hill Book Fair is in full swing. Thank you parent and student volunteers for all that you do. You are appreciated. Our profits help fund events like author visits for our Locke Hill Lions!
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Swapette Showdown May 5
We want to announce that we are launching our ! \(*^▽^*)/ We love this game and want to get it out there as soon as we can. If you love Swapette Showdown please join our patreon or share it with others!💕
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Elizabeth O. Garza, Librarian Apr 17
Yep, this was me today at the Texas Library Association Conference. I have so much to share with everyone next week . I can’t wait!
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Elizabeth O. Garza, Librarian Apr 16
These are just a few of the Bluebonnet Book I’ve got on my mind today at the Texas Library Association Conference.
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Elizabeth O. Garza, Librarian Apr 6
Mikayla M and Solomon S enjoyed meeting and then introducing author Susan Verde and illustrator John Parra at the SA Book Festival. Locke Hill is so proud!
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Elizabeth O. Garza, Librarian Apr 6
Thank you!
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Elizabeth O. Garza, Librarian Apr 6
Locke Hill Elementary is so proud of Janelly and Pamela Martinez introducing author and moderator Josie Martinez.
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Elizabeth O. Garza, Librarian Apr 5
“Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!”. Well then make something he can drive!
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Elizabeth O. Garza, Librarian Apr 5
2nd Gr is learning about the history behind Fiesta, designing LH Fiesta Medals & then creating them on Tinkercad for 3D printing. Collaborated with Mr.Tedesco & Mr. Guerra.
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Elizabeth O. Garza, Librarian Apr 5
I’m feeling so special! Awesome notes from students, library helpers & teachers. Thanks for lunch & dessert Bobbye & Jennifer ! I enjoyed delicious home made banana bread made by a parent library volunteer.
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