Welcome Students, Parents, Teachers, and Staff!
We're so glad you're here!
We hope you find something interesting, something informative and something fun! Watch this Home Page for library news and upcoming events.
Here's what we have to offer:
Here on the Home page, read about the newest happenings in the library.
On each grade level page you will find the library standards, what's happening in the library, books of interest and age appropriate websites.
On the Resource Classes page, you'll find websites for Spanish, PE, art and music.
The Web Resources page has a variety of websites you'll want to try at school or at home.
Not sure which book you want to read next? Take a look at the Reading Lists page. It has links to several lists of award winning books as well as other book lists that will get you thinking.
Teachers will find teaching resources and tools on the Teacher page.
Exciting things are happening in the Scott Library!
Children all over the building are stepping up to Million Minute Reading Challenge. The library loves to support them in their reading by providing a plethera of books to choose from!
Come join us for Family Library Night! Starting in October, the library will be open the first and third Thursdays of each month from 6:00 to 7:30, with a couple of exceptions. Families may check out up to 5 extra books for each of their children, use the computers, play thinking games, meet other parents and enjoy the heart of our school, the library!
The Scholastic Book Fair will be here in November! Mark your calendar for our big night, Thursday, November 12. Last year we were able to purchase over 300 books for our library from the money earned at the book fair. We thank you for your support and look forward to seeing you again this fall.
Ways To Choose a Book
We know how to choose a just right book!
We don't judge by the cover alone.
We read the summary on the book.
We read the first paragraph in the book.
We find a favorite genre or book type.
We read a book series.
We choose a book by a well-known author.
We use the five-finger test.
We talk to our librarian about some books we've enjoyed and ask for more suggestions.
We ask our friends and teachers for suggestions.