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Tome Student Literacy Society

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2017-18 Reading Bowl practices will begin soon!  Students who are interested in participating, and were unable to attend our interest meeting on August 30th, should let Ms. Dawson know as soon as possible. 


The first Reading Bowl testing window begins in mid-October, and covers these Tome books--which are located on top of the first shelf in the Reference section:


~Almost Autumn (Marianne Kaurin, translated by Rosie Hedge)

~Projeckt 1065 (Alan Gratz)

~Ever the Hunted (Erin Summerill)

~Everland (Wendy Spinale)

~Forget Tomorrow (Pintip Dunn)

~Frostblood (Elly Blake)



The mission of Tome Student Literacy Society is to promote multiple literacies among 4th-12th grade students across the United States through: service; collaboration; competition-based club activities; and clean, entertaining, encouraging literature.


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Mission and Vision Statements of Lithia Springs High School


The mission of the Douglas County School System and Lithia Springs High School is to provide a quality education for all students in a safe, supportive environment.


Our vision is to build a community of lifelong learners that become responsible individuals, independent thinkers, and productive citizens. Lithia Springs High School's vision also includes creating and maintaining a culture of caring, collaboration, and communication where student engagement and learning occur everyday in every classroom.