Students & Parents

Welcome to another school year and more great opportunities to read with your children. All students have now received an orientation to the library and three important pieces of information: 

When are library books due?

Students will know which day is their library day. That is the day all books are returned and new books are checked out. Generally books are on loan for one week unless the student wishes to renew it. If your child doesn’t know which day their library day is, you may call the library at 674-8519 and ask to speak with Mr.Goldsmith. 

How to Care for Library Books

Please talk to your child about choosing a safe, dry place in your home to keep library books. A safe spot keep books from being accidentally damaged or lost. Students are required to pay to replace damaged and lost books, so it is important to keep them in a place safe from pets, younger siblings and food spills. A bookshelf or dresser may be a safe place; the kitchen counter or the floor is probably not.

Bag your book FIRST!

Library books only go in a backpack after books are first put in a plastic bag. The plastic bag protects library books from everything else that is inside a backpack – pens, food, wet clothing, and leaking juice boxes. Please assist your child in finding a clean, dry plastic bag to put their library books in. A sturdy grocery bag will work well. Help your child get into the habit of FIRST placing all library books inside a clean, dry plastic bag and then putting them in the back pack to protect the library’s books and your wallet. A new, sturdy bag is available at the school library desk for 25 cents.

Scholastic Book Fair

Book fairs are held twice a year in April and October. Look for more information in the April and October newsletters. Parents available to help with the book fair can contact Glenda at the library.


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Have a totally awesome, reading-full school year everyone

 Mrs. Dickie and Library Staff