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Vocabulary Word of the Week: ABSCOND
Every month should be....
BLACK HISTORY MONTH!
Black History Month
Martin Luther
 

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BOOK CLUB! 


We are reading...

“It’s Kind of a Funny Story” 

by Ned Vizzini



“It's Kind of a Funny Story” is a coming-of-age novel for young adults. Loosely based on the personal experience of author Ned Vizzini, it follows the story of fifteen-year-old Craig Gilner, whose depression and decision to end his life lands him in the adult psychiatric unit of a Brooklyn hospital. There he meets a diverse group of fellow patients and is able to confront the source of his anxiety. 

It's Kind of a Funny Story


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Get the book from your English Teacher and join us! 

Our fourth meeting is Thursday, February 27th at Lunch in the library.

Finish through Ch.20 (up to page 200) by then and come ready to discuss!

Look at all these Book Lovers! 
Teachers! Want to bring your classes to the library?
First, check this schedule- Ortho Library Calendar- to see if the time you want is available.
Then, sign up using this Ortho Library Sign Up Form.
You may also sign up using this Reserve Facilities link.
 
Any questions? Email me: vlh4154@lausd.net 
 
 

Ortho Library Hours

The library is open all day, 7:30am-3:45pm.

Students need a pass from their teacher to visit during class time. 


We are open:

Before School

7:30am-8:00am


Nutrition and Lunch


After School (except Tuesdays)

3:08-3:45pm 

Where are the Public Libraries near Ortho?
 
The Pico Union Library is 1.6 miles northwest of Ortho.
 
The Los Angeles Central Library is 1.8 miles north of Ortho.
 
The Junipero Serra Library is 1.9 miles south of Ortho.
 
The Vernon- Leon H. Washington Memorial Library is 2.0 miles south of Ortho.
 
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