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  • Last day of DTV, library and the Tech Squad. I will miss seeing these people everyday. (Yes, my selfie game needs work.)
  • @djhlibrary & 8th grade students visited @holocaustmuseum and heard from Holocaust survivor Peter Gorog. #whatyoudomatters
  • Many thanks to @realmustafanuur for speaking to the Human Rights club today about his life in Somalia and the United States. Check out @experiencebridge and his personal mission of sharing refugee stories and finding what brings us all together.
  • My reaction when I get to spend two days with the amazing author @jordansonnenblick. We discussed books, music, books about music, and education. He signed books, led writing workshops, and captivated 400 plus junior high students during an assembly (w...
  • Thanks again to @aaronsbooks in Lititz for selling copies of @jordansonnenblick books during his author visit.
  • Elyse Szurgot from the Greater Harrisburg YWCA talking to Human Rights club students about Human Trafficking in PA.
  • @jordansonnenblick visiting @djhlibrary May 15-16! Book order forms are available in the library or from your ELA teachers.
  • A dedicated group of students spoke with @carlwilkens after school about his experience in Rwanda and the power of choice. 🇷🇼
  • New books have just arrived! Check out these titles and more @djhlibrary
  • Tuesday April 9 2:45PM @djhlibrary Carl Wilkens, I’m Not Leaving. Human Rights club is sponsoring this documentary and video conference with Carl immediately following the film. Permission slips available @djhlibrary
  • Compliment day at DJH courtesy of the Builders Club. What a great start to the day!
The Donegal Junior High School Library works cooperatively with teachers and administrators to create a space that supports the curriculum through a diverse collection of materials in assorted formats. The library collaborates with classroom teachers on engaging and in-depth research projects across many subject areas. Students will understand how to locate, evaluate and ethically use informational resources while conducting research. Through these projects, students will be able to identify essential material, read for understanding, determine fact from opinion, organize and record information and cite sources to support research.

With a wide range of non-fiction and reference materials, students will be able to satisfy their natural curiosity on any number of topics. The library works to promote and foster a lifelong love of reading through a variety of genres available in print and digital formats.