Welcome to the Cedar Wood Library
Everett Public Schools Summer Reading is Coming!
Get ready to read this summer! The Everett School District is gearing up to make sure you are ready to do lots of reading this summer. Click here or on the picture above to go to the District Summer Reading page!
The focus this summer is simply to read, read, and read some more.
You will not be required to take AR tests, but AR will be open this summer if you would like to AR test from home. This can also be a handy way to keep track of what you read.
There are no required books to read.
There will be a weekly theme which includes suggested books for that theme and optional fun activities.
In the fall, we will celebrate all of our readers.
Update: You can now read the Destiny Discover eBooks you check out from any Apple or Android device and read the eBook off line by downloading the "Destiny Read" app. Click here to read the directions!
The Washington Library Association Award Winners Announced!
The Washington Library Association has annouced the Washington Library Children's Choice award winner! The winner is:
Thank you for voting! Click here to view how students in Washington voted on this book and the other nominees!
The Washington Library Association has annouced the Washington Sasquatch award winner! The winner is:
Thank you for voting. Click here to see how students voted on this book as well as the other nominees!
Open Library Times: (All Schools Are Closed at this Time)
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.
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
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.
When students search for websites on Destiny Quest, they can search for websites closer to their independent reading levels. On Destiny Quest and FollettShelf, when students search for books, they can refine searches by adjusting AR levels. This sheet shows a correlation between AR and lexile levels so students understand what lexile to adjust to when searching for websites.
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