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Welcome to Browne EC Virtual Library!

 

Ms. Johnson, DCPS, Librarian, Browne EC

Hello Browne Families,

 

Welcome to Browne EC Virtual Library portal. Please think of the Browne EC Virtual Library portal as an extension of our school library media center. I can't believe our school year is ending.  I just want to say that I am so of proud of you, our students for adapting to the changes in our instruction style and environment!  Thank you, parents for your efforts in our Learning @Home classes.  I hope you all enjoy your summer break.  I will leave this week's lesson and past lessons and activities up on the web page throughout the summer.  Please keep learning and keep reading! Below you will find information on the District of Columbia Public Library's Summer Reading Challenge.  Remember that your student identification number is also your public library card number, so you are all set to get books and other resources online.  Please also visit  your neighborhood libraries when they reopen.

Please feel free to contact me with any specific requests that you may have. You can contact at victoria.johnson2@k12.dc.gov.

 

Take care and be safe,

Ms. Johnson

** Please see the link on the left for information about book returns.

Summer Challenge 2020

           Read 20 minutes a day. Every day. (June 1 - Aug. 31)





Register  at       https://www.dclibrary.org/

If you've participated in any of the Library's reading programs in the past, you can log in to your existing account with your username and password. Please make sure that you enter a valid email address, even if you have participated in reading programs in the past. Email will be how the library notifies you about prizes and other aspects of Summer Challenge




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Super Reader Challenge

If you love to read, the Library invites you to sign up for the Super Reader Challenge. By reading above and beyond 20 minutes a day you can be eligible for additional prizes and exclusive experiences!

Suggested Books

The DC Public Library and the D.C. Public Schools have teamed up to suggest books students might enjoy. The lists include a variety of books, suggested by grade level from pre-kindergarten to 6th grade, to satisfy every reading interest.