The Library Program ensures that students and staff are independent and effective users of information.


Welcome
 to the Library Media Center! The media center functioning as the information center of the school, will allow students to develop an appreciation of literature and 21st Century technology skills. The media center is an area that is conducive to reading, research and sharing; our primary goal is to ensure that every student has the opportunity to acquire the skills necessary to locate, access, and determine the relevancy of information. Through our collection of books, online resources and programs that will encourage and support our classroom curriculum, students will continue to master skills learned in previous grades as well as focus on new objectives that will help them become lifelong readers and learners. 

The Media Center is located down the main hallway across from the cafeteria. There are over 6,600 age appropriate resources for student checkout. The Media Center is open to all students and staff during the scheduled times as noted above. Parents are welcome during these hours (after obtaining a visitor’s pass from the office) and encouraged to utilize the Media Center’s resources for home support as well.


I would like to invite you to visit the website often for current information on library services and events.  If you haven't been to the library lately, please stop by soon!
For more information about our library program please visit our district's Information Literacy page.


Student Check Out Policy
The student checkout policy reflects the number of books a student may have out at any given time. Circulation is based on a two week checkout period, however students are encouraged to renew books throughout the week, providing they have returned the previous book(s). Kindergarten students will keep the books they checkout in the classrooms during the first semester. After that time, parental permission is required for home circulation.

 Kindergarten  One Book
remain in classroom
First Grade One Books
 Second - Third Grade 
 Three Books
Fourth - Fifth Grade Four - Five Books
including magazine 

Overdue Policy

We do not charge fines for overdue books, but students are required to pay for lost or damaged books. Overdue notices are sent out on a routine basis. Therefore, if a student has books checked out that extends the two week circulation period, their borrowing privileges may be suspended until the overdue item(s) are returned or paid for. Parents will be refunded if the book is found and returned in good condition within the calendar school year.

Parent Volunteer

Parents are welcomed to visit the library after receiving a visitor’s pass from the office. We are always looking for volunteers who are willing to help shelve books, and help with the Fall and Spring Scholastic Book Fairs.

Technology

Students will have  multiple opportunities to utilize technology as well as  explore and develop 21st Century technology skills, throughout the school year. Students visit the computer lab weekly with their classroom teacher and/or during their scheduled library classes for technology activities that support curriculum standards as well as classroom-based projects.

Coming this Fall...

A collaborative interactive media program with K & 1st grade teachers which allows students to explore and develop appropriate media experiences designed to enhance their learning. 

Click here to download a copy of the Library Brochure.



 
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Scholastic Spring Book Fair!
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Thank you to everyone that has made our Annual Scholastic Book Fair a huge success!