want Microsoft Office for free?

Did you know that as a MEI Schools student you can get the latest version of Microsoft Office at home for free?

Did you know that you have access to 1 terabyte of space to save your school work?

 

Here are a few quick tips for logging into your MEI Schools Office365 account:

Begin by going to — http://webmail.meischools.com

The login username is your MEI Schools email address – your student # @meischools.org [example: 1234567@meischools.org] – and the password is the same password you use to login to the school computers and access WiFi with.

**Contact your librarian if you need to change your password or have troubles with your account.

Check out the Office365 Tutorial for additional tips and tricks!

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Looking for a new series? Want to be on the edge of your seat?

rule of none

This post-apocalyptic story doesn’t need zombies to keep you on your toes – with no electricity or power, the world is in shambles, and chaos is everywhere.

Here’s a sneak peek!

The Rule of Three was nominated for the 2015 Red Maple Award! Curious about the whole series or the author’s other novels? You can find Eric Walters here.

Other titles by Eric Walters in our library;

Between Heaven and Earth, Black and White, The Falls, Hunter, and many more!

Graceful Espionage?

Have you always wanted to read about proper ladies in a steampunk fashion learning the ways of espionage? Then the Finishing School series is just for you!

etiquette

“C.S. Lewis said that, “A children’s story that can only be enjoyed by children is not a good children’s story in the slightest.” and the same is true for YA. Gail Carriger approaches her YA as an adult book and successfully writes some compelling, interesting, and dynamic young characters. Perfectly executed.
So far I’m about halfway through and I can’t wait for the next installment.
This book is light, fun, and has very strong positive female role models. The action is well-paced and the heroine is approachable and likable. I now have this book in three formats and I feel that every penny was a great investment.”

– Gloria Waite, Amazon Review

If you like Secrets, Lies, Gizmos, and Spies; a History of Spies and Espionage or NERDS; National Espionage, Rescue, and Defense Society, then we highly recommend you check these out!

Up, Up and Away!

summer reading

Grade 6 students, this summer reading club is for you!

“Get ready for some up lifting reading and more! You will receive a fabulous free Reading Record and bookmark, as well as collect weekly stickers to keep track of all the strange reading they do. Explore this year’s SRC theme through fun free programs, contests and displays all summer. Kids who complete their Reading Record will be eligible to receive a special Summer Reading Club medal!

Registration for Summer Reading Club begins mid-June.  Kids who joins SRC will be given a colourful reading record and bookmark. Visit the library regularly and collect stickers for your reading record.  At the end of the summer you may receive a medal for your efforts. Enjoy cool programs and contests throughout July and August. There are lots of great prizes to be won!

Regular reading during the summer helps kids to maintain or even improve their reading and literacy skills. Studies show that voluntary reading is the number one factor in establishing good reading habits. Summer Reading Club makes reading fun and our expert staff can help kids find just the right book or magazine from among a wide variety of library materials.” — FVRL

Up, Up and Away!

teen
“This summer, teens in grades 7 to 12 are invited to be taken Up, Up, and Away! when they join the Teen Summer Reading Club. Drop by any Fraser Valley Regional Library location beginning in mid-June to register and pick up your free Teen Reading Record and bookmark.

For every seven days that you read this summer, you become eligible to win one of several amazing FVRL prizes, including, $100 Chapters Gift Cards and Samsung Galaxy Tablets.

Check out the Teen space on FVRL’s Facebook page. You’ll find book reviews and trailers, quizzes and more. Got a book suggestion or something to say? Leave a comment – they’d love to hear from you!” — FVRL