HOW TO ACCESS EBOOKS

^Click this button.

Then Click on eBooks under LIBRARIES.

The database defaults to K-8 eBooks, but if you click “Choose Databases” above the search bar, you can select other eBook collections.

You will need the username and password for remote access. Staff should see an email entitled “Login information for EBSCO databases” dated Tuesday, March 17.

If you are a Clearwater student or employee and need the login information or have difficulty logging in, send an email to chslibrary@cwtigers.net

HERE THEY ARE! CHS 6 WORD STORIES…

In no particular order, here are six 6 word stories that were submitted in our recent contest.

  • All that’s left are the memories.              -Zoe Stevens
  • Toilet paper limit four per customer.    -Zoe Bell
  • Be like a butterfly and soar!                      -Zoe Stevens
  • Yes, Netflix, I am still watching.               -Zoe Bell
  • Dream big work hard take flight.           -Zoe Stevens
  • Toilet Paper is our God now.                     -Zoe Bell

And ZOE is the winner! lol! Both girls will receive free hot chocolate from the CHS Library for the rest of the school year (as soon as we are back in school.😉)

6 WORD STORY CONTEST… WINNER GETS FREE HOT CHOCOLATE FOR THE REST OF THE SCHOOL YEAR!

Clearwater High School students are eligible to win free hot chocolate for the rest of the school year (limit one per day.) Read on for details…

Urban legend has it that Ernest Hemingway wrote the first 6 word story and won a few dollars for it. Supposedly, Hemingway’s story was:  “For sale: Baby shoes. Never worn.”  Although not necessarily true, it’s a good introduction to flash fiction.

Your challenge, if you choose to accept it, is to write an original 6 word story and submit it on this Google Form by noon on Monday, March 23 . All written material must be school appropriate. Students can enter multiple stories. Entries will be published here following the closing date. The winning author is invited to the library for a daily hot chocolate for the rest of the year (as soon as school reopens.)  Ready? Set. Go!