The library at the James F. Doughty School is a vibrant hub of activity and energy. We strive to offer programming that is exciting for all of our students by offering engaging, age-appropriate community reads throughout the year, and by developing relevant information literacy lessons closely aligned with curriculum. Feel free to contact Lori Patterson, Library Media Specialist, for more information. (lpatterson at bangorschools.net)
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Updated on 8/30/23
Photos from some of our regular library activities and special programs:
Nonfiction book review podcast project with an ela class.
Makerspace mondays after school program.
Work2play, a grade 6 and bangor high school mentoring program after school.
A green screen project in science class.
Tetrahedron builders from our book in a day program.
Our stage 6 (4,096 pieces) tetrahedron created after reading all of the above by shelley pearsall, september 2019.