Welcome to the Cedar Wood Library

  • Open Library Times:

    8:45 - 9:02 AM M, W, TH, FR (Closed Tuesday Mornings)

      The library will be closed on the following Thursday mornings due to fourth and fifth grade Sasquatch Book Club meetings in the library with Mr. Smith: 9-19, 10-10, 10-31, 11-14, 12-5, 12-19, 1-9, 1-23, 2-13, 2-27, 3-5, and 3-19.

     

    Author Justin Dean Visiting Cedar Wood October 1!

     

    Author Justin Dean Awesome Dog 5000

    Justin Dean, author of the brand new book, Awesome Dog 5000, will be visiting our third through fifth graders on Tuesday morning, October 1, for an hour long presentation focused on getting kids excited about storytelling and the importance of reading.  The multi-media keynote will include slides, videos, illustrations, interactive storytelling, and a live drawing demonstration!

     

    Students have an opportunity to purchase an autographed copy of his book for $15.46, tax included.  A blue order form will be sent home with students.   If you need another form, please click here.

    The order form is due by Wednesday, September 25.  Students will receive their autographed copy sometime after the assembly on Tuesday.

    We would really like to thank Jessica Perez, manager of University Bookstore in Mill Creek, for bringing us this author and many others in the past.  Unfortunately, this will be our last author visit from University Bookstore since they will be closing their doors for good on October 19.  I will personally really miss this amazing bookstore and the community connections that went along with it.  We thank Jessica for always reaching out with authors and other community events.  You will be sorely missed!!!

     

    PTA Reflections     PTA Art Reflections - Look Within!

     

    It's that time of year for students to begin thinking about art!  We have the PTA Art Reflections program beginning.  If a student would like to participate, they think producing some art that would fit with the them this year, "Look Within."  Students think about what this theme means to them, create an art piece, and turn it into our office by November 8th.  There are multiple categories, including choreograpy, film production, literature, music composition, photography, visual arts (2D or 3D).  Entries can go onto the district, state, and even national levels.  A special evening event will occur at Cedar Wood in November to celebrate everyone who submits art.

    We would like to thank Mike Wheeler for heading this program again at Cedar Wood.  If you have additional question, you can email Mr. Wheeler at mikewheeler@me.com.  Some helpful links follow:

    PTA Reflections Entry Packet (last page of packet is entry form)

    Washington PTA Art Reflections Website

      Reading with Rover

     Reading with Rover will continue this year and will take place from 3:30 - 4:30 on the second Tuesday of every month beginning in October.  A email will be sent to all families on the Thursday before these events so you can sign up for a spot online.

    Thank you to Mrs. Withington and all of our amazing volunteers and their dogs!

    Tuesday, Oct. 8

    Tuesday, Nov. 12

    Tuesday, Dec. 10

    Tuesday, Jan. 14

    Tuesday, Feb. 11

    Tuesday, March 10

    Tuesday, April 14

    Tuesday, May 12

    Tuesday, June 9

    If cannot wait, remember we'll have others the third Tuesday of every month.  You can also catch these wonderful dogs and their owners at the following locations:

    Sno Isle Library Schedule: (11 am - noon)

    1st Saturday of every month: Snohomish

    2nd Saturday of every month: Lake Stevens

    3rd Saturday of every month: Mountlake Terrace

    4th Saturday of every month: Monoroe

    University Bookstore in Mill Creek: (11:30 - 12:30 PM)

    1st Sunday of every month

    Check out more dates and times at:  www.readingwithrover.org

     

    Email Address Shortcut:

    Short Cut for Students:  If you need to use your district email to log into Google from home, type in your number and then copy and paste the following after your number:  @apps.everettsd.org

     

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    “Ben wished the world was organized by the Dewey decimal system. That way you'd be able to find whatever you were looking for.” 
    ― Brian SelznickWonderstruck

     

     

    Video Tutorials:  

    Watch the following videos to learn about how to use Destiny Discover (see what you have checked out, place holds, read eBooks) and how our library books are organized by taking a tour of the library.

Watch this video to learn how to get to and read our electronic books (eBooks), place holds on print and eBooks, see what you have checked out, and more! Watch this video to get a tour of our library and to see how our book are organized.