Elementary & Middle School
Students in grades K-8 visit the library weekly to select books for classroom assignments and leisure reading. During this visit, stories are read to grades K-2. Grades 3-8 have opportunity to do grade-appropriate activities that promote knowledge of the library and research skills. Our library participates annually in the Read A Million Minutes (RAMM) program and the Book Fair.
The High School Media Center is open Monday through Friday during school hours. In addition to fiction and non-fiction books available for students and staff checkout, our Media Center has a mobile computer lab and four desktop computer workstations.
We have all sorts of helpful resources for our students! Contact your school office or your teacher to get your log-in information, and get learning!
Issues & Controversies helps student researchers understand today’s crucial issues by exploring hundreds of hot topics in politics, government, business, society, education, and popular culture. Presented in a balanced, pro/con format, all articles provide essential context, supported by statistics, timelines, and primary sources. Many issues feature original videos and educator resources as well as interactive polls, live debates, newspaper editorials, and breaking news.
Factinista is a website that curates and organizes articles about a wide variety of topics primarily for the high school student. The site hand-picks articles from reputable news sources, ensuring reliability and rigor. It can also send out weekly digests of articles related to topics that users select. Factinista provides a great way to give students structure when they’re doing independent research or to find high-quality non-fiction texts for the classroom.