Welcome to our photo gallery section. Here you will find pictures of all the events that take place at the library facilities. The galleries are added from time to time after each event, so please keep checking regularly for updates.
Art Exposition - I $ $ U E S
This set of art works is intended to help me understand and learn through art.
For part of the month of February and March, sixth grade social studies students explored the history and culture of Ancient Egypt.
Aristotle, Marie Curie, and Stephen Hawking were some of the scientists students from 4C portrayed in their wax museum project.
Architects of the Future - Library Exposition
Before Christmas the Grade 7 students were challenged to be “Architects of the Future”.
Ursua - Library Exposition
After reading Ursúa, a novel written by the Colombian William Ospina, the students of the grade 9 Honors Spanish class...
Egypt - Library Activities
The students presented models of historical artifacts from ancient Egypt.
Calendarios Lunares - Library Exposition
During the month of March we are honored to present an exhibition of the work of the secondary art teacher Marcela Castro in the Colgate room of the Martín Felton library.
Children enjoy origami activities in the library
This project helps them improve spatial perception, logical and sequential thinking, while they work in seasonal activities.
Consuelo Guzmán Exhibit
The Library would like to welcome Consuelo Guzmán and her exhibit to Colegio Bolivar.
Journalist Pilar Lozano talks to the Seniors
Pilar Lozano is a well known journalist and children’s author, winning
some time out of her busy schedule to visit Colegio Bolivar.
Exposition "México Lindo y Querido
The Martin Felton Library was overjoyed to offer “México Lindo Querido,” our exposition of the month in the Colgate. These paintings are an exceptional example of Mexican art created by Mayela Schwabe, a mother at our School.
Primary Voicethread Book Review
After reading several books from our library, students chose a book they would like to recommend. They illustrated their favorite part and then uploaded the image using the Voice Thread. Next, the students recorded their summary of the book using a headset and a microphone. This is a fun and easy way to present information using technology.
A group of high school students have established a Chess Club, which meets in the library every Thursday after school. We would like to invite everyone to take advantage of this activity which is not only fun but also helps to develop your mind and your long term health.