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Math & Technology
Check out this week’s recommendations based on the theme “Math & Technology”:
Senior: Professor Povey’s Perplexing Problems; Slicing Pizzas, Racing Turtles, and Further Adventures in Applied Mathematics; College Mathematics Through Baseball; Learn to Program with Scratch; Data Mining; Artificial Intelligence: Building Smarter Machines
Middle: Code Like a Girl; The Dark Web: The Covert World of Cybercrime; Digital Data Security; Piracy from the High Seas to the Digital Age; Computer Coding for Kids; The Miscalculations of Lightning Girl
Junior: If… A Mind-Bending Way of Looking at Big Ideas & Numbers; Bio-Inspired Transportation and Communication; Bionic Bodies: High-tech Body Science; Artificial Intelligence; Jack and the Geniuses: At the Bottom of the World; Codes and Codebreaking
Check out this week’s recommendations based on the theme “Sweet Reads”:
Senior: Lovely War; Pride; Love, Simon; Field Notes on Love; Ethel & Ernest; Hidden Surprise Cakes
Middle: Puppy Love; Love Lessons; Notes from a Totally Lame Vampire; Cherry Crush; The Truth Behind Soft Drinks; Eat This! How Fast Food Marketing Gets You to Buy Junk (and how to fight back)
Junior: The Chocolate Chase; Love Stinks; Saving Winslow; Love and Chicken Nuggets; Madame Pamplemousse and the Enchanted Sweet Shop; Cookbook for Girls
Check out this week’s recommendations based on the theme “Art Attack”:
Senior: The History of Photography; Decorated Skin: A World Survey of Body Art; Ways of Seeing; The Power of Comics; The Reckoning: Women Artists of the New Millennium; Graphic: Inside the Sketchbooks of the World’s Great Graphic Designers
Middle: The Art of Origami; The Usborne Introduction to Modern Art; Creating the Cover for your Graphic Novel; Complete Book of Drawing; Chasing Vermeer; The Guggenheim Mystery
Junior: The Usborne Complete Book of Art Ideas; Vincent van Gogh; Famous Paintings; Roman Things to Make and Do; Leonardo da Vinci; The Mona Mousa Code
Check out this week’s recommendations based on the theme “Earth Week”:
Senior: Junk Raft: An ocean voyage and a rising tide of activism to fight plastic pollution; Development, Land Use, and Environmental Impact; The Economics of Clean Energy; Climate Change and Population Displacement; Eyes Wide Open: Going behind environmental headlines; The Paris Climate Agreement
Middle: The Climate Change Crisis; Renewable Resources and You; Biodegradability and You; Recycling and You; Defining and Discussing Climate Change; Planet Protection
Junior: Analyzing Disappearing Habitats; Climate Change and Food Production; Natural Resources Eco Facts; Climate Change Eco Facts; Pollution Eco Facts; Biodiversity Eco Facts
Click on the links below to access key resources.
Follow the instructions below to install the school printer on your device:
- Make sure you are on the SGI-student wifi network.
- Click on this link.
- Download Mobility Print Installer, open it, and follow the directions.
- Enter the user name and password for your device.
To print a document:
- Open your document and select “Print.”
- Choose “Stgeorges Printer.”
- Username is your school email address and password is your school password.
- Tick the “Remember” tickbox, then you don’t have to enter your details again.
- Click submit.
- Go to the printer and enter your Papercut login number. (If you forgot it, ask Mrs. Romö.)
- Select “Print.”
Use this integrated search tool to find results from multiple sources simultaneously (our library catalog, websites, Encyclopaedia Britannica, and more).
Download our Summer Reading Recommendations 2019, created by your teachers, librarian, and friends!