Students learn to code during National Hour of Code Week
  • Welcome to the Arapaho Classical Magnet Library


  • We have recently been given the ability to have students in grades K-2 login to ClassLink witha QRcode.  This will make the process easier to connect students with the library resources we have been used to using.  Check out Pebble Go, Tumble Books and Discovery Education just name a few. 

    If you need a copy of the QRCode to use at home contact your child's teacher for a copy.

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  • Students in grades 2-6 particpate in the National Hour of Code week by trying a bit of coding. Coding is what we do to program computers to do the tasks we want it to do. Many skills can be learned by coding. It's fun and sequencing a big part of coding. Give it a try.


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  • Students in grades K-6 have been learning about ways to keep themselves safe online. We've been talking about what information people need to keep private and what information can be shared. Our students know they don't want to create a very big digital footprint. 

    We have also been using iPads to create short videos that share what we have been learning. They are anxious to share so ask them what they have been learing.

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  • Summer readers are invited to attend  a Magical Celebration

    to reward them for reading and completing their summer readongs logs.

    Readers be on the look for your invitation.

    We will have a "Magical" time that includes a snack, prizes

    and a special surprise that you can share with your friends. 

    magic wand

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