Mrs. J. Adams
School Phone: 540-1300
Effingham Junior High School Library Services
I-Share allows EJHS students to search and order books from university libraries across Illinois. Students can search, but the librarian needs to order. Forms for ordering are available in the EJHS library.
NoveList is a database that allows users to search for their favorite book or author and then find similar books or series. See the librarian for the ID # or use your own Effingham library card #.
Citation Machine is a web-based software that generates bibliographic citations in MLA or APA styles from your sources of information.
Math and Science Homework Help
College students from Rose-Hulman Institue of Technology trained to help with math and science help 6th -12th graders from 6-9 pm Sunday - Thursday.
Call 1-877-ASK-ROSE toll free or go to www.AskRose.org.
Help Now! connects students in grades K-12 and adult learners with online tutors for live, one-on-one help. Tutors available seven days a week from 2:00 to 11:00 p.m.
C. Haynes and friends enjoying their pizza party for C. Haynes winning the library's Reader of the Month contest for February. To win reader of the month, students must submit a 5 sentence paragraph explaining why they love reading by telling who their favorite characters are, what their favorite titles are, how reading makes them feel, etc. C. Haynes says, "I love reading for many reasons. One of them is that I can get comfortable and then read. Once I get really focused I feel like I am actually in the book. My favorite series is probably Diary of a Wimpy Kid. My favorite book from the series has to be Dog Days. The movie is pretty good too but I think that the books are btter than the movies. I also like sports books like Mike Lupica's. The most recent book of his was Comeback Kids. I really liked that book because my favorite sport is football. Sometimes I read my book in my beanbag chair which is comfortable. After I get done with books, I feel like I hopped right out of hte book. That is why I love reading." Congrats C. Haynes!