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81714_24213_2.jpgAll students visit their Library Media Center weekly for  scheduled classes, and as needed any other time
during the school day.

In the library we're learning about cybersafety.
For several weeks our curriculum will be from the Common Sense Media website, and I invite all parents to read through the grade-appropriate sections and watch the videos -- and start an ongoing conversation about cybersafety with your children.


Summer Reading News!

Please read, read and read more this summer.  If you need or want suggestions, we have a few to offer.  
We are excited to hear about all the books you read during your summer vacation.

Web Resources

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Through a partnership between Get Georgia Reading – Campaign for Grade Level Reading and myON, all educators, librarians, students and parents in Georgia can have free access to thousands of enhanced digital books from myON through August 31st.

These enhanced digital books, with flexible reading scaffolds, are the core content of myON's award-winning personalized literacy environment.

During the summer, all readers in each county will share a single account that provides them with unlimited 24x7 access to myON's enhanced digital books, without the personalization elements.


Getting Started is Quick and Easy!

Check out this short video with your students for tips on finding and reading great books on myON!  Then follow these simple steps to access the myON platform.


1.    Go to:

2.    Click the Log In Now button and enter the following information:

3.    School Name:  Get Georgia Reading, Georgia   Campaign for Grade Level Reading (Begin typing the     first few letters and select from the drop-down menu.)

         User Name:   decaturcity

         Password: read

4.    Click on the "Sign In" button, select a book and start reading!

Please feel free to post your county's specific login information on your website!

Enjoy anywhere, anytime access!


Read anywhere -- at home or school, in the library, Y or other community settings.  

Read anytime -- days, evenings, weekends, holidays and school breaks.  

Read online using any Internet-enabled device, and Read offline using free mobile apps for Kindle Fire HD, Android Devices, iPads and Google Chrome.                              

Tip: to be sure your system is myON-ready, click here.    


Library hours follow the school hours and teacher workday/ holiday schedule:
Monday - Friday
7:50 am  -  3:30 pm
To visit before or after school hours students need an adult or a hall pass from their teacher.


Email Mrs. Nation, Westchester Library Media Specialist 
Julia Walsh, Westchester Library Media Clerk