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Slide 2 FAMILY READING NIGHT NOVEMBER 4, 2011 HAMBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL Slide 3 WELCOME TO THE 7 TH ANNUAL FAMILY READING NIGHT! WE HOPE YOU ENJOY THIS SLIDESHOW. YOU WILL SEE RESULTS OF THE LOGO CONTEST, INFORMATION ON THE DOOR PRIZE DRAWING, GLIMPSES OF THE DIFFERENT ACTIVITIES, PICTURES FROM PAST FRN EVENTS, AND MORE! Slide 4 YOU CAN TELL HOW HIGH A SOCIETY IS BY HOW MUCH OF ITS GARBAGE IS RECYCLED. DHYANI YWAHOO Slide 5 THIS YEARS THEME IS READ, RECYCLE & RECHARGE Slide 6 DID YOU KNOW ? We use over 80,000,000,000 aluminum soda cans every year! Slide 7 Make literacy part of your family time! Play board games together. Choose books over TV Read the ingredients and directions on a recipe together and make something yummy! Make reading FUN! The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go. Dr. Seuss Slide 8 Slide 9 The Screen Actors Guild Presents Listen to members of the Screen Actors Guild read your favorite stories. The interactive site provides lessons ideas and activities for each book! Follow site updates on Facebook and Twitter. Slide 10 LOGO CONTEST WINNER Created by Erin Kane, 8 th grader Slide 11 BOOKS MAY WELL BE THE ONLY TRUE MAGIC. ~ALICE HOFFMAN Slide 12 DID YOU KNOW ? Recycling one aluminum can saves enough energy to run a TV for three hours. Slide 13 BOOK SWAP All proceeds will go to the Ronald McDonald House Charities Slide 14 I HAVE ALWAYS IMAGINED THAT PARADISE WILL BE A KIND OF LIBRARY. JORGE LUIS BORGES Slide 15 DISCOVER SOUTH AMERICA! Want to know what life is like below the equator? Come and take a trip from A to V and in between! Passports will be provided as well as a surprise when you visit all 9 countries. Slide 16 JOIN US IN THE CAFETERIA AT 7:15 Mmmmm theres a cookie with your name on it! Slide 17 FAMILY READING NIGHT 2008 Slide 18 Slide 19 CHILDREN ARE MADE READERS ON THE LAPS OF THEIR PARENTS. EMILIE BUCHWALD Slide 20 DID YOU KNOW ? It will take the typical glass bottle 4000 years or more to decompose. Slide 21 Own Late Aches Aim Men Hit Only takes a minute Ape Lay Onwards A play on words (3 sessions) 7:20 7:45 8:10 MAD GAB MANIA! Room 211 Slide 22 OUTSIDE A DOG, A BOOK IS A MANS BEST FRIEND. INSIDE A DOG, ITS TOO DARK TO READ. GROUCHO MARX Slide 23 POETRY IN ART ROOM 217 Recycle a page of an "abandoned" book by creating a poem and then painting it to create a masterpiece. Slide 24 LOGO CONTEST HONORABLE MENTION Created by 8 th grader Jordan Waris Slide 25 FAMILY READING NIGHT 2010 Book swap!!! Room 212-214 Slide 26 DID YOU KNOW ? The average American uses seven trees a year in paper, wood, and other products made from trees. Slide 27 I FIND TELEVISION VERY EDUCATIONAL. THE MINUTE SOMEBODY TURNS IT ON, I GO TO THE LIBRARY AND READ A GOOD BOOK. GROUCHO MARX Slide 28 FAMILY READING NIGHT 2010 Book swap!!! Room 212-214 Slide 29 LIBRARIES ARE NOT MADE; THEY GROW. AUGUSTINE BIRRELL Slide 30 BULLDOG BULLDOG COLORING CONTEST FOR ALL AGES! Room 207-209 Slide 31 FAMILY READING NIGHT 2007 Slide 32 DID YOU KNOW ? The average American consumes approximately 500 gallons of gasoline per year, whereas the average Canadian consumes approximately 310 gallons per year. Slide 33 PARENTS: NEED SOME R&R? Join us in the Library for some Read and Relax time. Take a book off the shelf, or a magazine off the rack! Slide 34 LOGO CONTEST HONORABLE MENTION Created by 8 th grader Gilly Tytka Slide 35 TO READ WITHOUT REFLECTING IS LIKE EATING WITHOUT DIGESTING. EDMUND BURKE Slide 36 RECORDING STUDIO STATION! Take home a recording of your favorite song, poem, quote, or story! Enjoy listening, singing, rapping, and speaking on tape! Reading materials provided, but your own ideas are WELCOME! Slide 37 FAMILY READING NIGHT 2009 "You see, I don't believe libraries should be drab places where people sit in silence, and that's been the main reason for our policy of employing wild animals as librarians." Monty Python Slide 38 DID YOU KNOW ? It is estimated that $2.8 billion in 2008 went to energy costs to power unused computers in the workplace alone. The amount of energy used for this is estimated to release over 20 million tons of CO2 emissions...the equivalent of the emissions from approximately 4 million cars! Slide 39 BOARD GAMES ROOM 207-209 Slide 40 WITHOUT LIBRARIES WHAT HAVE WE? WE HAVE NO PAST AND NO FUTURE. RAY BRADBURY Slide 41 FAMILY READING NIGHT 2008 Slide 42 HAMBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL MUSICIANS WILL BE PERFORMING! Small groups will be performing at the Book Swap in Room 212 / 214. Select Strings will be performing in the cafeteria at 8:30. Slide 43 LOGO CONTEST HONORABLE MENTION Created by 6 th grader Hunter Barnes Slide 44 WATCH FOR THE MASCOT! THE BULLDOG IS IN THE HOUSE! Slide 45 THANKS TO THE HMS STAFF FOR ALL THEIR HELP AND SUPPORT! Slide 46 THANKS TO OUR GUEST SPEAKERS! Mrs. Nowadly ~ Hamburg School District Energy Coordinator Mrs. Durni ~ Recycling Club Advisor The HMS Recycling Club Slide 47 THANKS TO THE 2011 FAMILY READING NIGHT COMMITTEE MEMBERS & VOLUNTEERS FOR THEIR HARD WORK AND DEDICATION! Mrs. Kullman Ms. Watkins Mrs. Tomlinson Ms. Rybczynski Mrs. Perri Mrs. Springborn Mrs. Lauria Mrs. Dates Ms. Finnerty Mrs. Montoro Mrs. Demers Mrs. Meholick Mrs. Paciorek Mrs. Bogner Mrs. Wolf Mrs. Kane Mrs. Currier Library Club students High School Participation in Government students Slide 48 THANKS TO THE FOLLOWING LOCAL BUSINESSES FOR THEIR DONATIONS! Albright-Knox Art Gallery Buffalo Museum of Science Niagara Chocolates Aquarium of NiagaraBuffalo Sabres Pizza Hut (Blasdell) Buffalo BanditsEdie's PizzaTarget Buffalo BillsIlio DiPaolosWegmans Buffalo GamesLibrary Club Wendy's (Camp Rd.) Slide 49 THANKS TO THE PTSA & THE HMS STAFF FOR DONATING TREATS! Refreshments available in the cafeteria after 7:15! Slide 50 This slideshow was created by the Family Reading Night Committee. We hope you enjoyed it!