Welcome to the Cedar Wood Library
Open Library Times:
8:45 - 9:02 AM M, W, TH, FR (Closed Tuesday Mornings)
Everett Aquasox Art Contest!
The Everett Aquasox baseball organization is looking for an "Aquasox All-Star" design for the bookmark that students could earn when they begin the Everett Aquasox Reading Challenge in the spring. All you need to do is draw the design in the bookmark form provided and fill out your information on the form. You and your parents will send it to the address provided on the bookmark form. Your design could be one of four winners chosen to go on thousands of bookmarks throughout the area and you could be recognized on field on your reading program night at the Everett Aquasox stadium in North Everett. Make sure to feature Aquasox, Webbly, and reading on your design! Forms must be received by Monday, February 4th, 2019. Have fun!
If you need an extra copy of the bookmark contest form, please Click Here!
Reading with Rover is back at Cedar Wood. We will be hosting our wonderful volunteers and their trained dogs on the following Tuesdays at 3:30:
Come here on the Thursday before these dates to click on the link for Sign-Up Genius.
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
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.