Club Husky Pack is designed to give students a closer connection to the library. There are two levels of "Club Access," and each level comes with specific benefits. All monies raised from the membership fees of Club Wolf Den will be used to purchase items needed to fulfill the benefits promised at each level. This is not intended as something for the library to make a profit. It is simply designed to allow the students to connect to the library, deeper than simply coming in to check out books.
Membership is for the full year, at $10 for the year. If you'd like to join, but feel like you're unable to because of the cost, please come see me for a grant application!!
Club Husky Pack Access
Club Husky Pack Lanyard Birthday Surprise
Half birthday will be recognized if birthday is during the summer
Club Husky Pack Top Pick
ANY book that you feel others should read will get a tag with your name and the date
These books will be displayed as "Top Club Husky Pack Picks
Club Husky Pack Book Exchange
You will get to participate in the ClubHusky Pack Book Exchange, if you want
Each member will bring one of their own, personal books that they would like to exchange for a different book, donated by another student.
Husky Pack Lunch
You will be able to sign up for you and a friend to bring your lunch to eat in the library, ONCE per semester.
Club Husky Pack Party
You will be able to attend a theme party, hosted in the library.
Party will be after school, so you must be able to have your own ride home.
VIP shopping at the Book Fair
VIP Club members will be able to SHOP on the day that others are only allowed to Preview.
Book Fair Poster Drawing
Your names will be entered in a drawing to receive a FREE poster after the Book Fair ends.
The Global Read Aloud Participant (OPTIONAL)
October 1 - November 9
You will be given the option to participate (not required to be a club member)
You will receive a free copy of Refugee, which is the book being used for the Read Aloud this year!
Click the image (right) to read more about The Global Read Aloud.
Alan Gratz, Author Visit
April 1st, 2019 (NO FOOLIN')
Alan Gratz, author of Refugee, Prisoner B-3087, and Projekt 1065, will be at EMS to speak to you all!
Admission to this presentation will be offered to interested students
Members who participated in the Global Read Aloud will also get to have a small group meeting with Alan Gratz to get their Global Read Aloud copies of Refugee signed!
Book Club Registration can be done online, or registration forms will be available throughout the school year, just stop in and see your librarian!