Visit the Lumberjack Reading List page for details on this year's amazing list! Just click on Lumber Jack above to see all of the great titles for this year!
Thanks to INFOhio, BookFlix is free for Ohio students!
One of the best things about BookFlix is our students (and their younger siblings) can easily access it from home.
Remote access means every family in your community will have a home library of nearly 300 books and access to rich educational content.
Elaine Fultz, Media Specialist
Hello Smith community!
I’m Elaine Fultz your new librarian. I’ve been reading children’s and teen books nonstop since I was a kid because I studied literature and K-12 education at Wright State University and then received my Master of Library Science from The University of Pittsburgh where I concentrated in youth services. Reading, reading, reading all the time.
I don’t believe in shushing, and I do believe in promoting students’ ownership of their libraries, including Smith’s and the super conveniently located Wright Memorial Public Library.
It's easier than ever to access all of the important sections of your Smith Library. You can click on the links below to visit these great sites!
INFOhio: Ohio's PreK-12 Digital Library
Great resources for students and parents for homework, research and test taking skills.
The Sora app is designed for the modern student reading experience. It empowers students to discover and enjoy ebooks and audiobooks.
Common Sense Media
Provides independent reviews, age ratings and other information about all types of media.
Keyboarding Without Tears
Students can access KWT from home. Enter Smith's PIN: FULTZ1920
*Students must know their "Secret Code" to enter the site.
A Mighty Girl's book section features more than 3,000 girl-empowering books starring stellar Mighty Girl characters.
Smith Media Specialist Elaine Fultz (left) is seen here with author Kelly Barnhill. Barnhill wrote The Girl Who Drank the Moon. Ms. Fultz was on the Newbery committee which chose that book as the winner of the 2017 Newbery Medal. "During my year on the Newbery Committee, I logged more than 700 books in a year! Whew."