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McMullen-Booth Elementary

McMullen-Booth Elementary


McMullen-Booth Elementary Media Center

"Where Books Come Alive Through Technology"

Susan Tighe
Library Media/Technology Specialist
  • CODE


    Students at MBES are computer programming!  Yes, all ages, Kindergarten through 5 grade are working on creating code using the  website in the Media Center during their Library Lessons.  So far, our students have written 49,108 lines of CODE!  They are well on their way to becoming future computer programmers!  Our final goal is to program our OZOBOTS using algorithms they have created. 

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  • Sunshine State Young Reader Award
    Earn a token!
    Did you read a SSYRA book?
    Did you pass the Reading Counts Quiz with an 80% or better?
    Then you will earn a token for your chain!  Tokens will be delivered every Friday to your classroom.
    Collect all 15!!
    Did you know that you can read books INCLUDING SSYRA right on your computer/tablet?  Just access Mackinvia through your Focus account.  Log in using your R2.D2 credentials then click on MackinVia.  Click here to check out what books have just been been added


    SSYRA 2016-2017

    3rd to 5th Grade


     Absolutely Almost by Lisa Graff


    All Four Stars by Tara Dairman


    Circus Mirandus by Cassie Beasley


    Dinosaur Boy by Cory Putman Oakes


    Eddie Red Undercover:  Mystery on the Museum Mile by Marcia Wells


    Fish Finelli: Seagulls Don’t Eat Pickles by E.S. Farber


    Fish in a Tree by Lynda Mullaly Hunt


    Gabby Duran and the Unsittables by Elise Allen and Daryle Conners


    Half a Chance by Cynthia Lord


    The Pet War by Allan Woodrow


    Pip Bartlett’s Guide to Magical Creatures by Jackson Pearce and Maggie Stiefvater


    Prairie Evers by Ellen Airgood


    Serafina’s Promise by Ann Burg


    The Terrible Two by Mac Barnett and Jory John


    The Worm Whisperer by Betty Hicks



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    Recreational Reading Logs


    Students are encouraged to read 20 minutes per evening.  Record these minutes on our monthly Recreational Reading Logs and students will have the chance to earn prizes.  For turning in the log, students will receive a coupon for a free Pizza Hut personal pizza.  If a student reads 320 minutes in a month for 3 months in a row, they will receive a seasonal charm to collect.  And when a student reads 1000 minutes or more in one month, they become a member of our 1,000 Minute Club and receive a coupon for a free kids meal at either Grill Smiths or Burger Monger.  So start reading and recording your reading minutes. 


    Please place Students name, teacher name and grade on the top of the form.  Fill in the minutes read each day and INITIAL underneath the minutes, we take care of the rest.  All forms are due the first day of the next month. 

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