Take a look at the hard copy inventory and check out a book today!
The fiction is organized by genres (animals, fantasy, historical fiction, horror, mystery, realistic fiction, and science fiction). The nonfiction is in number order by Dewey Decimal topic. There are special sections for picture books and graphic novels.
Research using Power Library while on campus through this link:
Power Library provides online resources including full-text research e-resources, collections of photographs and documents, and the statewide catalog of materials held in libraries throughout Pennsylvania. You can also access the Power library resources anywhere by entering your public library card number when prompted. Additionally, you can apply for and submit a Power Library e-card number.
Check out an eBook on your Chromebook or any internet-ready device:
Just log in with your school account and borrow a free eBook or Audiobook from our OverDrive library!
Check out our online Catalogue!
From here you can see the books we have available in our library!
Come check out a book today!
The Library will feature a Makerspace with building supplies, a 3D printer, and robots for student use.
Resources include Sphero, Edison, littleBits, foam paper, rubber bands, cardboard, hot glue, Legos, and Finch 2.0. Be creative and foster innovation through hands-on experience!
Procedures and Schedule:
Students will have the opportunity to visit the Library during their subject area classes at the classroom teacher’s discretion. When visiting during class time, students may be given parameters as to whether they choose fiction or nonfiction books, or they may be assigned a certain topic or activity related to classroom objectives.
Additionally, students may visit the library during their WIN period. At this time, students may use the Makerspace if they have no missing assignments. Students visiting during WIN are free to check out any titles they would like. Students may check out up to five books at one time. Books may be renewed multiple times; unless the book has been placed on hold by another student.
Teachers may check out up to 100 books.
Check Out Duration:
The checkout period for students is three weeks. The checkout period for teachers is 190 days.
Students will be fined five cents a day for turning in books late. Students will receive an email reminder to return overdue books. Books overdue for more than 1/2 a year will be considered lost.
Damaged and Lost Materials:
If students misplace a library book, or a book is damaged beyond repair, as determined by the school, we ask that the family please replace the book or pay the value of the book. The replacement needs to be the same title in new or like new condition so that it can be returned to the shelves for circulation. We will work with individual families in these situations to ensure that there is no disruption in their child’s access to borrowing books from our library.
We encourage students to continue learning throughout their lives, to become ethical users of information, to appreciate diversity, and to develop a tolerance for differing points of view so curiosity drives our students to become life-long learners.