Welcome to the Learning Commons!

Welcome to Langdon School's Learning Commons! It is a place where students can access the resources they need to support their learning. Books, digital resources, computers, i-pads, VR technology, and more are all available to students and staff. If you have questions or need help finding a resource please contact Mrs. Schoell, the Learning Commons Facilitator. Mrs. Schoell is available by phone at 403-936-4579 ext. 8304 or by email: mschoell@rockyview.ab.ca

 

Happy New Year to All!

Reading is "Snow" Much Fun! A blizzard of new reads can be found in Koha New Titles. Most of the titles are benefits from the Enchanted Forest Scholastic Book Fair.

Thank you! Thank you to the following students and their families for the generous donation of books to the Learning Commons!  You're donations are greatly appreciated!

* J. Hillis of 8L * A. Wood of 4F  & S. Wood of 4S

Make family literacy a new year’s resolution! Literacy = Life Long Learning!  Celebrate the 20th anniversary of Family Literacy Day, Sat., January 27.  "Take 20" minutes a day for literacy fun.  Click on Family Literacy Day for some great ideas.  Visit Chestermere Public Library or  visit one of Langdon’s “Little Free Libraries.” For more information, contact Mrs. Schoell .

Thinking about volunteering at the school? Start the new year by volunteering in the Learning Commons!  We have new books to prepare and catalogue for students!

Learning Commons Club. Gr. 4-9 students volunteer 1 lunch recess a week to shelve books and help with other duties such as processing new books or magazines, and decorating!  As a thank you for their efforts, students may choose to have some fun reading, coloring, building Lego, or have fun on the computers or iPads. You’re amazing and your efforts are appreciated!

Please check your home for any Langdon School books or textbooks.  Some students have had overdue books for quite some time!  Thank you to all who return their books on time! Misplaced texts and books can be returned anonymously to the school. Lost or damaged book costs will be invoiced via School Cash or issued from the Learning Commons.

Homework?  Check this page first! The Student Sites on 2Learn.ca provide homework links for K-12. Another important site often overlooked for studying or homework help is LearnAlberta’s Online Reference Centre which provides free, K-12, databases for literacy and research.  Click on the above Digital Learning Resources button for more resources.

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