Mrs. Michelle Padfield, Librarian
Southaven Middle School Library is dedicated to providing each student with a 21st century learning environment.
We believe that being ready for school with a respectful attitude and being responsible for ones actions will bring success!
Library Hours - 8:00 A.M. to 3:40 P.M.
Commonly Used Library Links
Click on the website and then choose Southaven Middle School. After you have done that, click on catalog in the upper left hand corner. This will enable you to go to the card catalog to see if we have the book you are looking for, where it is located in our library and check to make sure it is available.https://dcsms.follettdestiny.com/
Remember the wide selection of e-books available to you.
Go to http://learn360.infobase.com
Click on the "Passkey".
In the "Enter Your Passkey Code" area, type in 121387MSs and click Login.
On the next page, enter you or your child's information in the boxes.
Click the "Create Account" button when you are finished.http://learn360.infobase.com
Read Across America
Bunker is a presentation tool that displays online content from over 80 content providers. Functioning as both a website and an app, Bunkr is extremely user friendly and a great tool for introducing younger students to the concept of creative commons.http://bunkrapp.com
Appropriate for all grade levels. Encourages students to design their own quiz questions for sharing with peers.http://www.jeopardy.rocks
This site gamifies and enlivens quizzes teachers can assign in class or for homework. After students take quizzes, you can view and download results to Excel. Use Quizizz for formative assessments, checking for understanding and as exit tickets.http://quizizz.com
This site includes subject-based, curriculum-linked articles to support learning and teaching, and up-to-date resources for homework and project help. DK Find Out helps link classroom and home learning in a powerful way.http://www.dkfindout.com
Actively Learn is an online platform that allows students and teachers to interact with text. Teachers are able to select the content, distribute it to students through a class code, and later assign a grade.http://www.activelylearn.com
Book of the Month:
The Perks Of Being A Wallflower is an interesting book centered around "teenage" issues. The main character Charlie goes through times of drug use, depression etc. This contains a unique perspective with a turn. This is a story of what it's like to grow up within highschool. Charlie uses letters to describe his life, but sends them under disquised names for his friends, we may not know his location, or every detail about him, but we know a little bit of the story as it is.
Stephen Chobosky has created a deeply affecting novel that will spirit you back to those wild and poignant roller coaster days known as... growing up.