Bobcat Learning Commons
Welcome to Our Library!
After the winter break it is time to search your bookshelves, look under your bed, and check your locker for library books. We have way too many late books, and you students don't check out the bad books, so all our late books are books that someone else would love to read. Return your late books today!
Please help us to remind your child to return his or her late books. We have way too many late books, and I have students waiting to check out books that are currently late. We don't charge fines for late books, but I do limit the use of the library learning commons to school work only when students have late books. The library is a popular place for students to hang out with their friends before school and after they have eaten their lunch. 98
6th Grade: 8:30 am – 10:00 am (meet in the auditorium)
Any new students to SFMS are encouraged to come at 8:30 am
7th Grade: 10:15 am – 11:15 am (meet in the cafeteria)
8th Grade: 11:30 am – 12:30 pm (meet in the cafeteria)
Keep up to date with library activities by checking out our Facebook page.
Welcome back Teachers! Make sure to swing by to say hello and brag about how great your summer break was. I relaxed, which is another way of saying that I stayed home all summer long. Keep up to date with the new Library Facebook page.
These hours are in effect except when there are meetings or other events in the library.
Need to contact me?
Circulation desk phone 713-251-4747 (Best number during the day)
Don't hesitate to call or e-mail if you need help.
Use the International Children's Digital Library to find books that students can read in their native languages.
Login to Destiny, our online catalog and home of district databases Find Spring Forest and click on the link to enter Destiny where you can access our eBooks, downloadable audio books, and print books. Log in and explore what we have!
OmniLibros is an annotated bibliography to help teachers, librarians, reading resource staff, and parents select and use recently (since 2010) published English-language tradebooks that promote understanding across global cultures. For young readers looking for good international reads, it may spark an exploration of new worlds. The annotated books have been translated into English; published in English outside of the US; or published in the US, but set in another country.