Cheryl Taylor - Librarian
- Library Aide
Meet your library staff
Our librarian is Ms. Taylor. This is her second year at Caldwell. She has been a Garland ISD Librarian for 14 years. She loves helping students find books and find answers to the research questions they have. She believes that every person is a reader. They just need to find that perfect book.
Our library assistant is Ms. Dewberry. This is her first year at Caldwell. We are so happy she is here and she is ready to help students find their perfect fit books.
Looking for something to read?
Our Caldwell Library has lots of resources that can used when looking for the next book to read and enjoy.
If you are in third, fourth, or fifth grades, the Bluebonnet list is an excellent place for you to start. This list contains 20 books hand selected by librarians across the state of Texas. In addition to being source of excellent books, if you read 5 of the Bluebonnet books by January 2022, you will be eligible to vote in the Bluebonnet voting.
If you are in Kindergarten, first, or second grades, the 2x2 list is an excellent place to find picture books that are sure to delight.
If you are going on a trip and/or won't be able to carry many books with you, MyOn to the rescue! MyOn is an online platform that is full of all sorts and genres of e-books. All GISD students have access to this online tool. Students can log into Ready Hub, select Renaissance, and start reading!
Are you looking for reliable digital resources to use at home? Our library catalog page has a list of wonderful resources for you to use at home. They are free and fun. Contact your child's teacher or the librarian for the log in information.
Check out procedures
Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten may check out one book at a time.
First grade and Second grade may check out two books at a time.
Third grade, Fourth grade, and Fifth grade may check out three books at a time.
Students may check out during their scheduled weekly library time.
Use this chart to remind your student when to bring library books to school.
We do not currently charge fines for overdue books, but we do expect all students to turn in their books when they are due.
Books lost or damaged beyond repair must be paid for. If the books is found, then the money paid will be reimbursed.
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