no yearbook for you!

The List of students not getting yearbooks will be posted in the library Monday June 12 – Friday June 16. Students may be on The List for outstanding items such as workbook fees, returning uniforms, grad transitions, etc. not just library fines. You have until 3pm on Friday June 16 to remove your name from the list … or NO YEARBOOK FOR YOU!

Want to check the list online? Simply login to your library account — go HERE for a tutorial on how to do that.

have books, will travel

Back again by popular demand: SUMMER READING!

Starting on the last day of classes (June 20) and during Exam Week, students are allowed to take out MEI Secondary Library books to borrow over the summer break – there is no limit on how many you can borrow! The library books are due on the first day back at school: Tuesday September 5.

For permission forms or more info, stop by the library and chat with Ms.Penner.

 

you are invited …

Four of our favorite authors  — Bill Myers, Frank Peretti, Angela Hunt and Alton Gansky — have teamed up and written a new supernatural thriller full of suspense, and the beginning of a new series! Invitation is cycle one of the Harbringers series and can be found on our shelves at F Mye.

When author Bill Myers was asked if he could explain the concept for this new [Harbringers] series, he answered:

“I (Bill Myers) originally came up with the idea: What if several authors wrote a series of linked novellas that would read like episodes of a TV series? From there, we decided to give each author a unique character. Each novella is from the first-person POV of one of the Harbinger team members as they stumble into supernatural adventures and investigations.”

–go HERE for more Q&A with Bill Myers

The publisher’s website gives us a little sneak peek at what each of the novella’s are about:
  • In The Call by Bill Myers, four strangers are drawn together to help a student at the mysterious Institute for Advanced Psychic Studies. His gifts are supposedly being honed to assist world leaders … but there are some very disturbing strings attached.
  • Frank Peretti’s The Haunted confronts a supernatural mystery, a case of murder, and an exploration into the darkness of the human heart, all centering around a mysterious house.
  • In Angela Hunt’s The Sentinels, animals around the world are mysteriously dying. What could it mean? When the tragedy begins to touch Andi’s dreams, she discovers a terrifying theory.
  • The Girl by Alton Gansky is a gripping tale of a young barefoot girl found holding a scroll in the snowy Oregon mountains. She is sweet, innocent — apparently not of this world — and something wants to kill her.

Come on by and check it out!