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Melissa Urban
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9600 Salem Church Road
Richmond, VA 23237
(804) 768-6215
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Online Catalog

Looking for a book?  Click on the stack of books to search. 

 

 

Remember to pick a good fit book.

  • I choose a book.
  • Purpose - Why do I want to read it?
  • Interest - Does it interest me?
  • Comprehend - Am I understanding what I am reading?
  • Know - I know most of the words.
 

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If you are at home, use your student ID# as your username and the last four digits of your student ID# as your password.

 

What's on Mrs. Urban's Book Shelf?

 

General Information

Library Checkout Policy:

All students in grades 3-5 may check out 2 books while students in grades K-2 are limited to just one book per check out. However, there is no limit to the number of times per week each child visits and exchanges his or her books! 

 

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.

Students may also visit the library during the following time frames with teacher permission and a library pass: 

8:10-12:30  and 1:10-2:30

 

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.

 

Late Book Policy:

Students will not be able to check out a new book until all late books are returned, or the replacement fee is paid for a book that is lost. A letter will be sent home with the student letting his/her parent know of any lost library books.  

 

Mission of CCPS Libraries

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.

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