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National News Literacy Week
Heartland's Junior High students learning how to recognize credible information during library class. National News Literacy Week, January 24- 28, emphasizes the importance of asking the right questions, finding the truth behind the . . .
Library Time with Senior Athletes
Football, Golf and Volleyball seniors made a huge impact this season on the field, course and court, as well as in the classroom. It was rewarding to see the elementary students interact with the athletes in the library. It was a . . .
The library is looking for Legos to create a Makerspace. If you have Legos you would like to donate, you are welcome to bring them to school. Please contact Mrs Mestl at 723-4434 with any questions. Thank you.
Elementary e-Book Wall Secondary e-Book Wall Please see Mrs. Mestl, to create a free e-Book account. Thanks!
Breakout EDU-The Crucible
Mrs. Ohrt's American Literature class participated in a Breakout EDU game to end The Crucible unit. Students used problem solving skills and teamwork to break into the box and save Heartland from communism. Click Here to . . .
Students in Mrs. Ostmeyer's 7th Grade English class participated in a Breakout EDU game. Students were given the task of opening five sophisticated locking mechanisms within thirty minutes. Clues to opening the locks . . .