Welcome to the RLBMS Library!
Click this link to open
Use the catalog to find books by title, author, keyword, or subject.
Log on with your lunch number as your username and your two initials as the password.
Then you can place holds, choose favorites, and create lists.
If you need help, just ask an assistant or Ms. Kaia.
Patriot Times 2018-2019
Library assistants are the new Patriot Times reporters and editors.
Click on the underlined links below to open the full-color online issues already published.
Questions? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call the school, extension 200.
Volume 9, Issue 28
April 25, 2019
Volume 9, Issue 29
May 2, 2019
Volume 9, Issue 30
May 9, 2019
Special Library Assistant Issue
May 18, 2019
February 27, 2019
2018-2019 Issues of the Patriot Times
All views and opinions expressed in The Patriot Times are strictly those of the student authors and do not reflect opinions or views held by the Lewis County Board of Education or the staff of Robert L. Bland Middle School. All attempts have been made to acknowledge sources and information has been used for educational purposes under Fair Use provisions of U.S. copyright laws.
Ms. Kaia's Favorite Links:
Have you been wondering what book follows the one you are reading in a series? Maybe you want to know when the next book in a series will be published. This is the website where you can find out these answers, complete with book covers and other useful information. Just type in the author's name, the name of the series, or the title of one of the books.
This is the West Virginia Library Commission's portal to online databases. Find information from encyclopedias, magazines, newspapers, and other scholarly sources.
The username is West and the password is Virginia.
This is a learning site sponsored by the World Food Programme. You can answer multiple choice questions from your choice of many subjects. For each correct answer, the advertising sponsors donate 10 grains of rice to help feed hungry people.
“Intelligence is the capacity to do something useful in the society in which we live. Intelligence is the ability to respond successfully to new situations and the capacity to learn from one’s past experiences.”
—Dr. Howard Gardner, author, Frames of Mind and Multiple Intelligences: The Theory in Practice
Are you good at reading? Math? Sports? Music? We all are better at some subjects than others. Here, you can take a simple test that tells you what your strengths are and how to practice to improve the intelligences that are not as strong.
The Patriot Times Archives
RLBMS have been creating and publishing the Patriot Times in the school library for eight years. Find Patriot News archives printed out in full color at the school library. They are no longer housed on this webpage.