Hours 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Librarian: Mrs. Helaina Storie
Library Aide: Cairlane Casey
Book Fair is scheduled from October 29 to November 5. We need volunteers. Be sure to sign up to help with the book fair!
The library has 2 book fairs every year, one in the fall semester and one in the spring semester. The Book Fair is a reading event that brings the books kids want to read right into our school. It’s a wonderful selection of engaging and affordable books for every reading level. Please make plans to visit our Book Fair and be involved in shaping your child’s reading habits.
All Book Fair proceeds go to our school. Previous book fairs have helped our school purchase:
- Author visits
- New books for the library
All students may keep their library books for one week. The number of books a student may check out depends upon their grade level:
Pre-K - Kinder: 1 book limit
1st Grade: 2 book limit
2nd - 5th Grade: 3 book limit
Support our Library. Here is a wish list of books that would add to and enhance the reading options for our students. Please consider purchasing from our wish list!
Here is a list of items that our library needs.
- Any colored paper
- Large piece puzzles (used or new)
- Kids board or card games (used or new)
- Coloring books
- Color pencils
Cyber Safety week
This fun week is just one of the many ways we promote safe and effective online learning. During Cyber Safety week, all students engage in activities about digital citizenship and internet safety. Cyber Safety instruction is blended into classroom activities, where students are empowered to use their technology positively. We teach our students to:
- Think before they post
- Protect themselves online
- Respect others online
Digital Poster Contest
This year, students will have the opportunity to get creative with the Cyber Safety Digital Poster Contest!
How to enter
- Complete the entry form (your campus librarian will share it with you)
- Create a digital cyber safety poster (be sure to include images and text with a Cyber safety theme/message)
- Email the poster and entry form to your campus librarian (the poster can be in PDF, JPG, PNG format or a slide in Google Slides or Powerpoint)
International Dot day
Observed annually on September 15th since 2009, International Dot Day is a holiday in which people of all ages are encouraged to harness their own creativity and embrace their own confidence as they make their mark on the world. On this day, people are encouraged to embrace their talents – regardless of whether it’s writing, painting, drawing or some other creative medium and share their Dot Day inspiration with others.
Six Flags Read to Succeed
Program all students (grades K-5) are encouraged to complete six hours of recreational reading to earn a free ticket to Six Flags. Information will be sent home in January.
Texas Bluebonnet books
Each year Texas librarians vote for 20 outstanding selections for students in 3rd -5th grades to be Texas Bluebonnet finalists. Students have the opportunity to read these books and help choose the Bluebonnet State Award Winner. Students must read 5 books in order to vote.
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