The librarian and the asst. librarian standing at the checkout counter

     Mrs. Raysby, Library Assistant and Mrs. Woodruff, Librarian

Library activities and procedures

librarian showing students how to check out book

Our library is truly a place of inclusiveness. While we actively promote students' love of reading and learning, we also collaborate daily with teachers to make the library a true hub of learning at Beaver Tech. 

student reading soccer book sitting on a bean bag

Students have the chance to visit once a week with their class to participate in lessons about media literacy, reading strategies, technology use, and any topics related to what they are also learning in the classroom. There is also open check-out times where students can visit and check out the latest new books.

student dressed as a unicorn with a unicorn book

The library also holds many student centered events and contests throughout the year, such as: bookmark contests, a book character pumpkin contest, reading BINGO, and dewey decimal scavenger hunts.

Our students are the heart of our school and we want the library to be a place where they always feel comfortable to grow their love of reading, succeed academically, and become leaders.

The number of books a student may check out depends upon their grade level: Kinder - 1 book limit; 1st - 2nd Grades - 2 book limit; 3rd - 5th Grades - 3 book limit



READ Across America

student and teacher dressed as same book character, Diary of a Wimpy Kid

As we celebrate  READ Across America Week, students and staff dress up as favorite book characters.

The hallways are filled with colorful characters from all kinds of books. A parade through the school ends this week long celebration.

graphic of library books



Texas Bluebonnet Award

The Texas Bluebonnet Award is a unique program that encourages reading for pleasure and is aimed at students in grades 3-6. Each year, 20 books are chosen as the “Texas Bluebonnet Award Master List” by the TBA selection committee. 

Check out this year's Texas Bluebonnet Book nominees.

If students read a minimum of five books from the current master list (or have the books read aloud to them), they have the opportunity to vote for their favorite title during the month of January each year. The author of the book receiving the most votes statewide is declared the winner of the Texas Bluebonnet Award.  

Library catalogs

library catalog logo

Find books, ebooks, and other resources by visiting your school's library catalog. If you need help with any of these resources, please contact your school librarian.

Online instructional resources

Online Instructional Resources are available to all students, teachers, parents, and administrators from any district or non-district computer.

Local library links