• North Ridge Middle School Library Thursday, July 27, 2017      

    Yearbook ons ale
    Online sales have ended.
    Students can purchase a yearbook on campus in the Library on  May 25th and 26th for $40 cash only.  
    Friday, May 26th is 8th grade Day.  
    We will have yearbook signing the last period of that day.

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    Come to the Tech Lab or the Library before school Tuesday -Friday and join the Maker Movement!
    Check the Maker Space page for upcoming events and workshops. 

    Sign in using your district ID (lunch #) 
                Overdrive eBooks                          

    Get a library card at North Richland Hills Public Library. 
    With your public library card, you will also have access to their digital collection.
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     read. explore. create. connect.
    Texas Star
      Texas Star Reading Program
    Library Catalog
    Library Catalog
    Tech Tools
    Tech Tools
    for Cool Projects
     Read On
    Read On!
    Book Trailers
    North Ridge WILDCATS
    Class Projects
    Apps for School
    Apps for School 
    pps for SchoolBISD
     Book Bites
    Tuesdays  3:50-4:45
    Subject Resources
    Makers Ideas & Inspiration
    Poetic Justice
    Poetic Justice
    BISD Libraries  
    Book Fair
    Fall Book Fair
    October 15-23, 2016

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    Why libraries are still important:  freedom. 

    "Since the founding of our country, libraries have always been important to freedom. Today we are in the midst of a tremendous shift in the way Americans consume literature and other content, but one thing has not changed -- the library must continue to play a central role in providing open and free access to information and ideas."
    Haber, Steve.  “The Changing Role of Libraries in a Digital Age.” Huffington Post, Jan 13 2011. Web. 15 Jul 2012
    Libraries remain a great equalizer between the "haves" and "have-nots". Qualified librarians provide the help and guidance needed to acquire the resources and skills to access literature and information.  Research confirms that access to these free resources with the assistance of a certified librarian results in increased literacy and academic success.  Support the funding of your public libraries. Advocate for a full-time certified librarian at every public school. Our students deserve it.
    Freedom is worth fighting for. 
    North Ridge Library and Courtyard
    Every child needs a safe place to fall - a place where he or she can explore things without worrying about failure and judgment. A library is one of those places. In a library you can learn by following your own nose, which is very different from someone telling you what you should learn. Once a kid learns a library is hers, to use as she wants, the world opens up. I've seen it happen. It happened to me. -- Grammy-winning Singer, Songwriter, Storyteller Bill Harley