Friday, May 15, 2015



 It is the day that most junior and seniors wait for all year, The Prom!! A beautiful day is on tap for our students who will be preparing for the big night! Not too cold, not too hot and the sun is out! The library wishes all our students who will be attending the prom a wonderfully special night! Have lots of fun and please be safe!!! We can't wait to see all the photos.






It is with mixed emotions that we wish Mr. Wong a fond farewell. He is leaving Natick High School after three years to pursue a degree in English with the hope of teaching some day. He has been a valuable part of the library team and we wish him only the best as he takes on this new adventure!

Blog Book of the Week

Red: A Crayon's Story / Michael Hall
This is one of those stories that I believe every child should read, not only as a young preschooler but also as a teen. As a matter of fact, I think everyone should read it! It is a beautifully constructed story about a crayon who is red on the outside (his wrapper) but is blue on the inside (his actual color). The story provides a gentle way of teaching us that what we are on the inside doesn't always match up with what we look like on the outside. I have read few books that is the touching and poignant. A must read for everyone!
Summary: Red's factory-applied label clearly says that he is red, but despite the best efforts of his teacher, fellow crayons and art supplies, and family members, he cannot seem to do anything right until a new friend offers a fresh perspective.

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