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!
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.