Library / Media Center
There are many little ways to enlarge your child's world. Love of books is the best of all. ~ Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
Our school offers a welcoming library / media center to enhance and encourage a love of reading and literacy, and a thirst for knowledge.
Follow the link on the page menu to visit our library!Reading Program 2016 - 2017 "Reading Rainbow Bingo Blackout" - The challenge is underway! Each student is trying to reach the ultimate number of minutes read to reach their reward. For more info, please click here.
Be Your Bobcat Best!
The library supports the school rules & asks that students:
Be Respectful - Listen carefully to directions; Respect school & personal property; Help other students follow rules
Be Responsible - Come prepared to learn; Use all equipment & supplies properly; Return supplies to specific areas; Enter & exit quietly
Be Safe - Always walk; Sit correctly in designated area; Report anything unsafe to an adult; Keep hands, feet & objects to yourself
Check Out & Check In Procedures
It is a privilege to check out materials from the library. Students & staff are responsible for any items checked out to them. Every class comes to the library every week, although books may be checked out & returned whenever the library is open. Kindergartn and first grade may check out 1 book at a time. Second grade through sixth grade may check out 2 books at a time.
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There is no fee for overdue books; however students will not be able to check out until overdue books are returned. Students are responsible for lost or damaged books and will be charged the cost of the book. A refund will be issued if the book is later returned. Please take your best care of the books. Please report any damage to the Librarian as soon as it is noticed. Don't attempt to repair it at home; the library has special supplies for that. Your help in taking care of the library books will ensure that all students have access to quality books.
Please email the librarian, Mrs. Hagedorn, with any questions.
How Parents Can Help the Library
- Encourage your child to read! Read with your child every day & show an interest in what they read.
- Encourage your child to take good care of their books & to return them on time.
- Use the public library with your child so they can learn about that valuable resource.
- Turn in your used ink cartridges to the library. The money earned from this collection is used to purchase new books for the library.