Thursday, March 23, 2017

Smithsonian Latino Center Opportunity!

Graduating high school seniors with a commitment to the arts, sciences, or humanities as it pertains to Latino communities can apply for a 5 week-long, all-expenses PAID ($2,000) training and leadership seminar in either Washington, D.C. or 17 other cities across the United States.  This is a great opportunity to explore your own career path and embrace your cultural heritage.  More info is available at

Tuesday, February 07, 2017

January was Principled

Students, in January we focused on the IB student quality Principled, which means being a person of honor, fairness and integrity.  The winners of  the Library "Principled Bookmark Contest" were Jordan P.,third,  Steve M., second, and Zyren M., first place. Congratulations, and all participants received wonderful new books from First Book, a generous organization putting books into the hands and homes of students nation-wide.  First place also won a USB drive, and the top three bookmark designs will be used in the library throughout February.

February is Thinker and Knowledgable Month:  A good time to put on your thinking caps and use your cabeza!  See you at the library!

Thursday, December 08, 2016

The Scholastic Bookfair is here!

Students please stop by the bookfair during lunch to check out the fabulous new books and school supplies.  We have the new Wimpy Kid, the new Dork Diary, and much more!!!

Thursday, November 03, 2016

Clippers Read to Achieve

Big Thank You! to Ms. Tigalo's 5th grade class for delivering all the prizes for participating in last year's Read to Achieve program created by the Clippers basketball team.  The Clippers are continuously supporting students in language arts achievement, especially self-selected reading. Reading for fun has been shown to improve reading, writing, vocabulary and test cores across the subjects. We are grateful to the Clippers for the school supplies and books to help our participants READ, WRITE, AND REALIZE their dreams!

Monday, October 24, 2016

No Bullying Contest

Congratulations to the winners of our No Bullying Poster Contest!  First Place was Roselyn B. and Brian B., in 2nd Place was Gabriela M, and Third Place was the poster from Melissa F.  They won USB drives and the top 10 winners won backpacks.  All our wonderful entrees won a free book from First Book, a generous organization getting books into the home libraries of our students.  Thank you for supporting the theme of No Bullying at Foshay, and for helping to decorate the library and our school with your beautiful art.

Monday, September 26, 2016

No Bullying!


October is Stamp Out Bullying Month and we are having a library contest to create a Stamp Out Bullying poster to advertise it.  Please use blank paper no smaller that 8 1/2 by 11'' (copy paper size). You must use text, graphics and some color. Create an original poster to remind people that No Bullying is allowed @Foshay.  We are International Baccalaureate students, who are Caring and Open-Minded!

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Hispanic Heritage Month

September is Hispanic Heritage Month, celebrating the culture and contributions of the Hispanic community.  Wonderful poems read aloud by Hispanic authors have been gathered at Click on Hispanic Heritage Month, or use the link on this blog.  See you @ the Library!