Teachers

"School libraries help teachers teach and children learned.  Children and teachers need library resources--especially books--and the expertise of a librarian to succeed.  Books, information technology and school librarians who are part of the schools' professional team are basic ingredients for student achievement."
                            -- First Lady Laura Bush.

What does your librarian do when she isn't teaching your class?

Your librarian serves you, your collegues, your students, and your administrators to satisfy everyone's library needs, whether it is book related or technology related.

Your librarian collaborates with teachers to create research projects that teach 21st Century Skills.

Your librarian manages a library - ordering, weeding, shelving, and working with administration and teachers to offer a collection and program that serves our school.

Your librarian is also a teacher, with face-to-face instruction to every student in every class in the school.  She needs planning time too.

Your librarian is part of the Literacy Team, delivering special programs like BOB, theSummer Reading Program.

Your librarian also serves on other committees, and is the school's web curator.

How can we help you?

Please consider working collaboratively - I would love to help you with research and projects!

Always check-out your materials so that we can  keep track of library materials.

Need a collection?  Drop by or Email Gaby or Tracey with your curriculum needs.

If  Gaby or Tracey aren't available to check-out your materials, please leave them on the check-out counter with your name attached.  We will have them available as soon as possible!

Make a Free Website with Yola.