Library & Media Center.
Here at St. Luke’s, the Japonica Media Center is a central hub of our lower campus coordinated by our Media Specialist. Students are able to explore books, puppets and songs during their weekly library classes.
Our Media Center is also the home of our Makerspace program. During Makerspace students have the opportunities to explore coding through our Dash robots, virtual reality with our ZSpace laptops and engineering with a variety of materials.
Additionally, the Media Center is the home of our Annual Book Fair, Book Character Pumpkins, Fall Book Trunk, Millionaires Club and The End of Year Book Swap. These are just a few of the exciting opportunities our students have here at St. Luke’s through our Media Center.
Birthdays are a special time on the Lower School Campus at St. Luke's. During the month of your child's birthday, please consider donating a book to the Japonica Library that will be announced and delivered to your child during Chapel. Your student selects his or her birthday book from a special group of new books, purchased for our birthday book program. After a student selects their birthday book, a personalized bookplate is produced for the book. Birthday presentations will be made during the Chapel closest to the child's birthday
The birthday boy or girl is the first to read the book and when returned, the book is placed in the library for all to enjoy. If you would like to participate, please complete the form, include the donation of $20 and submit or return the form to Mrs. Tillman in the library.
Thank you for supporting the love of reading and our library.
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