Bring out your markers, crayons, colored pencils, paints, glue, tissue paper, and any other art supplies, for the Collierville Fire Department is making preparations for its annual Fire Prevention Poster Contest! The CFD wants everyone in grades Kindergarten through 12th to participate!
Crosswind Elementary Awarded for Summer Participation by Collierville Library
The Collierville Burch Library honors Crosswind Elementary School - recipient of the traveling trophy for School Day, an annual summer event offering fun activities for students and teachers in Collierville Schools. The trophy is presented to the school with the highest participation in this event.
Pictured along with Crosswind students (L-R) are Dr. Andre Crafford, Crosswind Principal, Deanna Britton, Burch Library Director, Mary Driver, Crosswind School Librarian, and Jodi Hall, Burch Library Youth Services Librarian.
Book Collierville Library Study Rooms and Halle Room Online
You can book Study Rooms and the Halle Meeting Room online beginning August 1st! Start on the Collierville Library website: colliervillelibrary.org.
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Museum of Biblical History Display at Collierville Library
The Traveling Exhibit from the Museum of Biblical History has come to the Collierville Burch Library. "Archeaeology Uncovers the World of the Bible" is on display on the floor of the library near the DVDs. Pictured are Don Bassett, Museum of Biblical History and Deanna Britton, Collierville Burch Library Director. Stop by the Collierville Burch Library, 501 Poplar View Parkway, Monday - Thursday 10am - 8 pm, Friday and Saturday 10am - 6 pm and
Sunday 1pm - 5 pm.
Collierville Library Teen-Run Magazine Sparks Creativity
The TAB (Teen Advisory Board) is a group of 20 teens in grades 6-12 who work together with Teen Library staff to make the Collierville Library a better place for Teens. TAB meets monthly to discuss topics relevant to their age group including: interesting activities, books and magazines in circulation and book reviews/discussion. TAB members also have the ability to earn community service hours, develop communication and leadership skills, and add to resumes and college applications.
Young writers are also encouraged to submit stories, reviews, poetry, etc. to the TAB Magazine, a teen-run publication organized by TAB. View their latest issue here or visit the Collierville Library's Teen Hub to learn how to become involved.