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Summer Reading 2018

Summer Reading 2018

Why read during the summer?

  • Researchers have proven that reading increases vocabulary and that reading and writing skills are inextricably connected to each other. (If you're not sure what inextricably means, you should read more)
  • Good writers are good readers. Written and oral communication is most effective when you have a command of language and a broad vocabulary; reading gives you exposure to descriptive and rich vocabulary used in well-written and powerful phrases and sentences.
  • The accuracy and effectiveness of your communication is determined by your ability to read critically.
  • Reading can be one of the most satisfying and personal life-long habits you will ever develop.
  • Reading gives you knowledge and knowledge is power.

Lunch Sign Up

Lunch in the Library - Limited to Seniors Only

 50 students per lunch may eat in the Library in designated areas only. 
No signup necessary

 

 

Library Information

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Contact us!

Main Desk Telephone:

(508)533-1430

Staff:

Address:

Franklin High School  
218 Oak St 

Franklin, MA   02038

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To log into your account to check the status of books you have borrowed, your user name and password are your student id #.

Franklin History

Want to learn more about Franklin History?

This e-book is available for simultaneous use by Massachusetts residents.

Library Sign Up

Teachers Sign Up For Class Visits The Library Here

Check for availability on the Library Calendar.

Library Calendar- Check for availability

Defending Jacob

Mr. McCarthy's students:  Download the audiobook copy of Defending Jacob.

 

https://docs.google.com/a/franklinps.net/document/d/1r1ETZ5UWJqgLhDXBe52KCTywwB5I36haRHdcDVkF1Vc/edit?usp=sharing

Library News Powerpoint

Yearbooks

Franklin High School Yearbooks have been digitized and uploaded to the Internet Archive.  The project was funded by an LSTA Grant and administered by the Boston Public Library.  88 yearbooks from 1928-2017 are available and searchable by keyword.   Access the yearbooks here: https://archive.org/details/franklinhighschool 

 

Thank you to the Franklin Public Library and the Franklin Historical Society for letting us borrow a few volumes from years we were missing.

SYNC

SYNC - Free Audiobooks -
They Don't Expire like Library Books!

Two new books every week for the summer

Study Sign Up

Study Hall Teachers:

If you'd like to send students to the Library during a direct study,
please complete the following form and send your students with a physical pass.

Students should  have a purpose for coming to the library,
other than just socialization. 

They should come with a physical pass from their study
hall teacher

Teachers should be sending no more than eight students per study.

The library is not open to students in direct studies during the lunch periods.

Students will sign in when they enter the library.
The library will take attendance and share the spreadsheet
with all faculty so teachers can check to see if students arrived.

Databases

E-Books

 

 

Click to borrow some today!

Facebook

Parents - "Like" the Library on Facebook to get news of our school.

 

Stats

The average age of our library book collection is 1992. Some of our teachers weren't even born then. We have some work to do. Looking forward to doing some weeding and making some purchases.

 

Purchase Request

Would you like to suggest an item
for purchase for the library?

Suggest your purchase here: