to the World of Reading and Technology
FORT RUCKER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CARD CATALOG
Encore is the new online card catalog for Fort Rucker Elementary School. Students will be able to go online from anywhere to see if their Media Center has the book they are looking for. It will also do an automatic search of the school databases to see what articles are available for their subject or topic.
Encore is an innovative new way to find materials in the Media Center collections. It functions like a search engine, so you do not need to search by title, author or subject.
Type what you are looking for in the search box and click GO! Encore will return a list of related items. If you do not see what you are looking for, use the "Refine by" options to narrow down what you are looking for by format, subject, or library location.
Students can login to Encore by using their first name, dot, last name, and then their barcode.
This board is for class totals for Reading Counts. This year's theme is "Rock, Roll, and Read". The
more points a class gets the higher their band goes on the Pop Charts.
This board is where all the Bands are located awaiting a Record Contract.
Once a class reaches 500 points then their Class Band gets a record deal and moves over to the Pop Charts.
Thisboard is for class totals for Reading Counts from 2013/2014. The
more points a class got the farther they went on the Periodic Chart. The top class read 8,579. Our top student last year read 1,667 points in one school year. Our school finished the year with a total of 75,281 Reading Counts Points.
Fort Rucker students logging on to the Britannica database during
their weekly specials rotation. The Media Center has over 20 databases that students can access from home. Students can access the the databases using MackinVia.
MACKIN VIA will allow students, media specialists, teachers and administrators to simultaneously use and manage all their ebooks and online databases with one simple login.
Students rotate using the Smartboard in the Media Center. This
young lady is showing her class how to use the school website
as a resource for information.
Welcome to WFRES News, when most schools would urge students to turn the TV off, we want it on. Putting the students in charge of production, the television becomes a teacher. The news is a school production that is a beneficial experience for students at every academic achievement level. Last year we went green screen with a Tricaster Studio. Just another way Fort Rucker Elementary School is preparing students for the 21st Century.
DODEA Student Information Literacy Standards and National Education
Technology Standards. The goals poster list the two CSIP
goals and the data to support them.
are made readers on the laps of their parents."
LIBRARY RULES AND DISCIPLINE
We follow the school discipline plan. Library rules, such as
book return, lost book replacement, etc., will be discussed with
students on their first library visit.
Library resources include books, periodicals,
audio-visual materials, computers, an on-line card catalog, and MACKINVIA.
Students are taught the purpose of their media center. They start with the different types of books, call numbers, databases, and the love of reading. In addition, the students learn
library skills, do research, read silently, check-out books,
work on computer activities, and read magazine articles. Since
their research often requires the use of Internet resources,
the students receive training in Internet safety and appropriate
MOTIVATIONAL READING PROGRAM
All students are encouraged to participate in the Reading
Counts! program. It is designed to motivate children
to read on and above their reading level. We have over 61,000
book quizzes in our database and receive new quizzes monthly from Scholastic. Students can read books from
the library, classrooms, or home. Encourage your children to
participate and see their reading scores soar.
Reading Counts Quiz List
Students have the opportunity to take quizzes during their computer
lab and class time.
Students can check out two books at a time. Students check out
books during their scheduled library time each week. They can
also check out books any time they are allowed to come to the
library from class. They can check out books after school if
they are walkers and have written permission from their parents
to stay after school.
are allowed to use the library and check out books from 8:10
a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday-Friday.
Parents are highly encouraged to check out three books.