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Welcome to our Library Media Center

The Library's website is the gateway to resources.  We hope you will find the resources and information useful.  Please explore the many services the Library has to offer and contact the Library staff with any questions that you may have.

  • login to ccpsnet.net
  • Use your student ID# as your username and your password.
  • Click on your bookbag


Your bookbag will give you access to

  • the online catalog
  • our databases
  • dreambox

and other resources!


  Mission Statement

The mission of the Chesterfield County Public School libraries is to empower students and staff through the direction and guidance of certified school librarians to become critical thinkers, enthusiastic readers, skillful researchers and ethical users/creators of information in support of student achievement in a global environment.

General Information

Library Hours 9:00-3:00

 Library Checkout Policy:

Kindergarten = 1 book

1st grade = 1 book

2nd grade = 2 books

3rd-5th grade = 2 books and a magazine

Library Book Return and Renewal:

Library books are due in one week. Students who have not finished reading a book can renew it by bringing it to the library check-out desk so that we can renew it in our computer system.


Library Schedule

Checkout Schedule:

All grade levels are scheduled to come to the library once a week for 45 minutes as part of the school resource schedule.The librarian teaches a lesson, has storytime or helps with research, and then the students check out books. Students should bring their books to the library weekly.  If they are not finished with them, they can be renewed.

Stay tuned to hear about our new research schedule!


Hening Librarian

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Mrs. Reedy
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Ways To Choose a Book

1.  Don't judge by the cover alone.

2.  Read the summary on the book.

3.  Read the first paragraph in the book.

4.  Find a favorite genre or book type.

5.  Read a book series.

6.  Choose a book by a well-known author.

7.  Use the five-finger test.

8.  Tell your librarian about some books you've enjoyed and ask for more suggestions.

9.  Read book that was made into a movie.

10. Ask your friends and teacher for suggestions.


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