Welcome to the Gateway Middle School Library
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8th Grade Independent Reading Legacy Project
Calling all current 8th grade students: We need your help! Join in the effort to help pick titles for our 20-21 Gateway Reads List. Check out these lists of new releases we are considering for next year. Read one or as many as you would like! Be a part of the selection and leave a legacy for future Gateway students.
After you read a book, let Mrs. Stephens know if it should go on the list. Either email your opinion to email@example.com or fill out this brief Google Form.
Check out the eBooks or audiobooks, or place holds directly from Sno-Isle using these book lists:
To find reading material, enrichment activities, and additional digital tools for research and learning, visit Sno-Isle Libraries online library. Even learn a new language! You can access their digital collections for free. If you don't have a library card, you can apply online and will be given access without having to visit the library in person. Try downloading the Libby app to read on your mobile device.
Do you need inspiration to find a good book? Try something from our Gateway Reads Program 2019-20!
Each year, we create a fantastic new list of 50 outstanding books written over the prior year. The program is a way to find quality, award-winning books that encourage reading. Read and have fun! See all the titles and availability through our Destiny Quest resource list on our online catalog or see our new titles here:
View last year's title summaries on our 2018-19 Gateway Reads List.
Here is a full list of the past titles:
Want to try WeVideo?Students: Once your teacher has activated your account, visit the Student Tools page on our district website and select Canvas. Find your class, and select We Video on the left menu. Here is a tutorial to help you start your first video:Library Citation HelpUse what you know about the MLA Citation Rules to answer questions to generate your Works Cited Page. You may want to refer to the MLA Style Guide or Purdue's OWLHere are some video tutorials to get you started: