Please return your overdue books and other School Library materials. You can drop them off in the box outside the main entrance.
Also known by such names as Freedom Day and Jubilee Day, Juneteenth is a celebration of the end of slavery in the former Confederacy after the end of the American Civil War.
Juneteenth has grown to be a day that is observed in the US and around the world, as it symbolizes not only the fight against the evil that is slavery, but also the fight against racism in all its forms. In light of current events, this Juneteenth in 2020 is especially significant
Find out more about Juneteenth:
You have voted, and the results are in. The winning title for 2020 Surrey Teens Read is The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw.
Thanks to all the students from around Surrey who participated in Surrey Teens Read. And a special thanks goes out the committee of Teacher Librarians who make this program happen.
The summer holidays are almost here. Make sure you take advantage of your School Library to gather some books and magazines for summer reading.
Make an appointment to visit us in person to browse through our collection of print materials, including lots of new fiction and non-fiction, graphic, and more.
If you prefer to stay at home and visit us online, you will find that we have growing collection of eBooks, as well as digital audiobooks and other online resources.
Find out more! Visit us online at tweedsmuirlibrary.ca or make an appointment to visit us in person.
Students, teachers, and even parents can read online magazines with access from Surrey Schools. There are many different titles to appeal to different age groups and interests.
Go HERE to see the general interest magazines
Go HERE for teen oriented magazines.
If you are reading on a computer in the school, your usual district login will suffice. However, if you are at home you will need a username and password.
Go to SurreySchoolsONE for “One Place” for access to online resources.
Check out some of our books related to the Black Lives Matter movement, including both non-fiction and fiction, as well as print, ebooks and audiobooks.
Make an appointment to visit us at the School Library, live and in person. The room is open on a limited basis so that you can:
- Return borrowed books and other library materials
- Borrow books and other library materials
- Find a quiet space to read, study or do school work.
Contact the Teacher Librarian to make an appointment: firstname.lastname@example.org
Of course students and staff can always visit us online:
Rick Rypien was born on this day in 1984. Rypien was a hockey player and a fan favourite during his time with the Vancouver Canucks. Sadly, he took his own life in 2011. Rypien suffered from the devastating effects of depression and other mental health issues.
Former team-mates, friends and family have honoured the memory of Rick Rypien in many ways, not least through the connection to Foundry (formerly known as Mindcheck.)
To find out more about mental health and some of the resources available to those who need help with mental health, visit the Foundry.
Find out about what is happening with Surrey Libraries. The public library system has so much to offer all the time, but it is especially vital during this difficult time of physical distancing and remote learning.
Go here: Surrey Libraries News
Find out how the Surrey Library can help you, including such things as Teen Volunteer Hours Opportunities.
Find out more: Surrey Libraries News
Stay connected with the school community and have some fun sharing your photos for another Theme Week. Follow your LT Student Council on Instagram to find out more: instagram.com/ltstudentcouncil
Vote now for Surrey Teens Read Book of the Year.