Lotspeich Elementary

Registration for the 2019-2020 School Year will be July 24th through July 26th at the RECHS Media Center. For detailed information, please visit the District Website at www.robstownisd.org.
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Welcome to the Lotspeich Library/ Media Center!
Welcome back to another great year in the library! We have planned exciting lessons and new programs to entice the love of literature to our mighty Leopards. Parents you also welcomed to come and enjoy the library in the afternoons as we will stay open until 4:15 pm. Any questions you may have about programs or activities please do not hesitate to call the librarian, Mrs. Lunoff, or the library assistant, Mrs. Resendez. Let's have a great year of reading! 
Reading Programs
Super Reader Challenge
The Super Reader Challenge is for PreK to 3rd grade students. Students will read 100 different books independently at home or school! The books may be those that the student’s own, from the public library, teacher sent or checked out at the school library. PreK-1st students may be read until they feel comfortable reading on their own. 
Books will be logged into the Beanstack website https://robstownlotspiech.beanstack.com/reader365 or app to earn the reading degrees. A ceremony will be held at the end of the year to honor everyone who has received any of the following diplomas: 25 (Associates), 50 (Bachelors), 75 (Masters), and 100 (Doctorate) books.
If you have any questions, please contact the campus librarian. Click here to watch a promotional video.  Click here to see how to log into Beanstack and register for the reading challenges for the year. 
Genre Challenge
The Genre Challenge is for 2nd to 3rd students. They will read five books in each of the following genres: Realistic Fiction, Biography, Scary, Humor and Fantasy. Students will need to do work on two different activities to earn a certificate of achievement on being a Genre Specialist. 
For more information contact the campus librarian.
STEAM/Makerspace Wednesday
In collaboration with 21st Century we now have an exciting new program to share with students. During the two hour session students are able to visit a variety of stations that have activities for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art or Math. We even Imagination Stations where PreK-1st grade students are able to learn by play. Students earn their way to the Makerspace by being awesome students. 
Click here to watch promotional video.
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