Elementary School Library
Welcome to the Elementary School Library
The mission of the Spencer-Van Etten library media program is to ensure that all students are college and career ready at graduation. Throughout a student’s career, he or she will learn to ethically and creatively use information, evaluate and communicate information in all formats, think critically, and always ask questions while pursuing excellence.
Library Supervisor: Shelly Benjamin email@example.com
preK-12 District Librarian: Britany Elsey firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: (607) 589-7110
Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-3pm
Follow us on Twitter: @SVELibraryLady
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Visiting the Library
Classes are scheduled to come in to the library during the week.
There are also open times for students to come in and check out books, read or use the computers.
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Search the WebOPAC & Databases
Here you are able to access the library's OPAC/catalog at home. The OPAC helps you and your child/children search for books in the library by AR level as well as by Guided Reading Level. You can also help your child/children do research with our databases. Please note: if you are accessing the databases at home, please ask the librarian for remote logins and passwords.
Book sign-out information
- Book Allowance: K-2: 1 book, 3-4: 2 books
- Books are signed out for two weeks, and may be renewed before the due date (stamped on the back of the book)
- Reference books and current periodicals (magazines) are to be used only in the library
- A book that is lost or irreparably damaged must be paid for; the amount due is based on replacement costs
- Students with overdue books will have to return the books before taking out new ones
Students will be able to:
- Read for pleasure
- Gather, organize, analyze, and communicate relevant information during the research process
- Reflect and synthesize knowledge
- Create products with the use of technology
- Inquire and wonder at every stage throughout their school career
- Understand how to be a good digital citizen
i.e. Copyright, citing of sources, etc.
- Form their own questions during the information seeking process
- Use multiple resources, both print and non-print, effectively