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Pre-K through 4th grade students visit the library weekly, where they will learn information literacy skills and check out books and other resources according to their learning goals and personal interests. They can also use the computers in the library for Accelerated Reader assessments. Fifth graders and Academy students visit the library weekly as part of their Language Arts class.
Generally, after the students are seated, Mrs. Lin will read from a selection of books for about 10-15 minutes and students will be encouraged to discuss what we've read and make real-world connections. She will also teach an information literacy lesson (for example, fiction vs. information books, parts of a book, the Dewey Decimal System, using the OPAC, etc..), after which students will check out books and line up to go back to their homeroom. AR tests can be taken during the students' library visits, when time allows.
Check Out Limits
Pre-K 3s, 4s, and 5s: 1 book a week
Grades K to 4th Grade: 2 books a week
Academy: 3 books a week, plus books needed for research