Creative Writing Club
Do you like to write? Join us write now! During each club meeting, students will learn and practice creative writing skills which they can practice in a relaxed and social atmosphere. The club is both fun and informative and gives writers an opportunity to work on their craft and share their work with peers. Options for publishing work will be discussed.
3 - 4 pm library conference room
to join: http://bit.ly/psmcwc
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League of Robotic Panthers
What's the future of learning? FIRST LEGO League (FLL) teams are finding the answers with this year's World Class Challenge. Born into a Digital Age, where information gathering is literally at their fingertips, students unleash new ways to gain knowledge and skills through research and robots. This is a parent-led organization. We will update this page with information as it is available.
On your mark, get set, flow! The League of Robotic Panthers will have informational meeting for students and parents on Wednesday, September 6th from 5:00 - 6:30 pm @ PSMS
Students who are interested need to fill out the information form online here
Drink in the 2017/2018 HYDRO DYNAMICS season and learn all about water – how we find, transport, use, or dispose of it. In the 2017/18 FIRST LEGO League Challenge, students age 9 to 16 from 80 countries will make a splash with HYDRO DYNAMICS. What might become possible when we understand what happens to our water? FIRST® LEGO® League challenges kids to think like scientists and engineers. During the HYDRO DYNAMICS season, teams will choose and solve a real world problem in the Project.
The team will meet twice a week: Most practices will be held at PSMS
* Tuesday 5:00 PM -7:00 PM
* Saturday 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Mid - November - Mid December for qualifier, Regional tournament in January over MLK weekend.
Coach: Chandra Venkat firstname.lastname@example.org
Coach: Rukshan Gunananda email@example.com
Sponsor: Pam Fricker firstname.lastname@example.org
The library is looking for a dedicated group of readers to serve on our advisory and selection board for the 2017-2018 Teen Advisory Group (TAG) list. This activity also qualifies as Community Service based on a model developed by the Johnson County Library. For each book read, you may earn 2 hours of service and for each meeting you attend you will earn 1 hour.
As a reader selector, you have the opportunity to help select books for the 2018-2019 Trendy Twelve List. The books are student-selected to provide quality reading for Prairie Star Middle School students and appeal to a wide variety of tastes and interests. Students from other Blue Valley middle schools are also participating. The Trendy Twelve is for students in the sixth through eighth grades. We meet as a TAG group once a month from September - February to discuss the books we’ve been reading and compare notes! This is not a book club per se. You are reading independently from a list of 20-25 titles. (The number varies slightly each year based on a list selected by BV Library Media Specialists). Each member is responsible for reading each of the titles on our list. There is no specific order in which you have to read the books, but all books must be read by the end of spring break.
Additionally, TAG members serve in an advisory capacity for library programming and assist with book fairs and library promotions as needed. Your ideas and suggestions are key to providing an engaging, student-centered media center!
Click below to visit the libguide especially created for TAG!
- Last Updated Sep 19, 2017
The Teen Advisory Group (TAG) is comprised of reading members responsible for nominating and selecting titles for The Trendy 12.
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Creative Writing Club
Join us write now! During each club meeting, students will learn and practice creative writing skills which they can practice in a relaxed and social atmosphere. The club is both fun and informative and gives writers an opportunity to work on their craft and share their work with peers. Options for publishing work will be discussed.
Be a part of the student broadcast team! Informational meeting on Tuesday, August 29th
All students are invited to participate on our Broadcast team! There are many different kinds of roles, something for everyone!
To join: http://bit.ly/psmbroadcast
Anchor Audition date: Thursday, September 7th 3- 4 pm *sign up in the library for a time slot
Broadcast Working Lunches on Thursdays -- bring your lunch to the library and work on an assignment! Mrs. Nocita will work with you on the first Thursday of each month. This is for the behind scenes work of writing, filming, producing, and planning. This is NOT for on-air talent. It is a working lunch. The expectation is that students are working diligently to create original content that we can air!
Students in all grades may work on broadcast projects in the library any day after school.
Students will have a chance to tinker and create! No experience is necessary just a curious mind and willingness to explore!
3D printing, Makey Makeys, Arduinos, Raspberry Pis, EV3, legos, Tinker tubs, glitter, glue, and more! Student directed and self-paced. 3-4 pm library
3D Print Requests go to: http://prairiestarms.libguides.com/3D
We will host special events each month
We would love donations of time, talent, or resources! Please see our wish list @ http://prairiestarms.libguides.com/3D