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     6th Sixth graders at Heim participate in the HOWL program, a list of 16 books.  Each student is required to read at least three of the HOWL books as a part of his or her English grade.  Read more about HOWL:  HOWL description     Here are the HOWL titles for 2019-2020

    7th Seventh grade students can earn prizes with the Triple Play reading program.  Participants work with a tic tac toe board and can read nearly any book at all as long as it falls into the correct genre. Read more about Triple Play.

    8th The eighth grade reading program is Read and Win.  Students can read any books they'd like and are entered to earn prizes for each ten points they earn on Accelerated Reader.  The prize list is long and you can win many times!  Read more about Read and Win here.

    botb Battle of the Books is a reading program in all middle schools in Stafford county.  All the students participating in the Stafford county Battle of the Books will read from the same list of 15 books, chosen by the librarians in the county.  In February each school will bring the final, competing team to a countywide competition which will be held at drew Middle School this year.  Read more about Battle of the Books including the titles for 2019-2020:  Battle of the Books information

    cb Cafe Book is a program for 7th and 8th grade students who are interested in reading and discussing new books.  Cafe Book students meet at lunchtime to eat and discuss the 16 books on the list all of which have been published in the past year.  Read more about Cafe Book including the titles for this year: Cafe Book Information

Ms. Jenny Ashby

Phone: 5406585910


Degrees and Certifications:

MS - Interpersonal Communication Nationally Board Certified in Library Media

Ms. Jenny Ashby

I have been a school librarian for 27 years and I still love working with students and encouraging them to read.  I worked for 13 years in elementary schools and have been in middle schools for the past 14 years.