- Kindergarten students read رابطة ولا أسهل with Miss Hissa, and made predictions.
- Kindergarten students read Go Away Big Green monster with Mrs. Fiona.
- Grade 1 students discussed taking risks and facing challenges after reading Tippy Toe Chick Go by George Shannon with Mrs. Fiona.
- Grades 1 and 2 learned the parts of the book and discussed the differences between print and electronic resources with Miss Hissa, and read أمي هي المؤلف
- Grade 3 students continued their Alphabet Adventure with Chris Van Allsburg's Z Was Zapped. Students made predictions on what will happen next in the story and created their own Alphabet Disaster Books.
- Grade 4 students reviewed shelf order and the organization of the library and read Tomorrow's Alphabet by George Shannon with Mrs. Fiona.
- Grade 5 students learned about the Dewey Decimal Classification System and toured the 000-099 of the library which includes trivia books. Students also read Same-Same by Marthe Jocelyn with Mrs. Fiona.
- Miss Hissa encouraged Grade 3, 4, and 5 students to classify assorted pictures into similar groups. Students discussed how they organize their belongings at home, and proceeded to discuss how the library organizes books. Students learned about Melville Dewey.
- Mr. Islam introduced students to the Destiny Quest App, a mobile application to search the library catalog online.
- Students practiced using the library catalog to locate sources in the library.
- Students participated in an orientation to learn about the library services.
- Students practiced the first step in the Big 6: Task Definition. Mrs. Melanie modeled strategies for task definition and brainstorming, then students practiced strategies using a mock assignment.
- Mrs. Melanie and Mrs. Lina collaborated on a unit assessment task for Grade 8 Visual Arts. Mrs. Melanie assisted students with the Task Definition step of the Big 6 Research Model and demonstrated how to use Image Quest and Google Art Project to select 3 artworks to analyze.
- Mr. Islam and Mrs. Melanie attended a professional development workshop on Academic Honesty at the University College of London in Qatar.
- Mrs. Melanie led a Teacher Training Workshop on using the library catalog to plan units and lessons.
- Secondary students were treated to coffee, tea, or hot chocolate and a wide selection of books during Book-a-chino--a reading promotion to encourage students to read for pleasure.
- The librarians hosted a school-wide Book Fair that included four Arabic and English vendors. It also included an afternoon especially for families, and attendees were treated to a puppet show written and performed by the KG Arabic teachers. Other activities included crafts and storytelling.