Welcome to the Library
The library is a wonderful place for your child to find books and resources that they will need throughout the school year.
Our library offers:
- An electronic card catalog (search by subject, title, keyword, author and more!)
- Electronic databases for magazine article searches
- Contests such as: Sasquatch and Young Reader's Choice and Washington Children's Choice
- A reference collection with both print and electronic sources
- A computer lab for projects
* Best of All ... thousands of books! Ranging from beginning reader to non-fiction on MANY topics (Accelerated Reader TM books abound!)
Our library hosts special events, and book fairs. Be watching your school newsletter for additional details.
Volunteers are needed! Shelving books, assisting students with checkout, technology projects, processing new materials, book fairs and more!
Any amount of time, any day, would be Greatly appreciated!
Pre-School Kindergarteners: May borrow (2) books
when accompanied by parent or guardian * May vary by class
1st Graders: May borrow (1) book to begin the school year and (2) books later on
2nd Graders: May borrow (2) books
3rd - 5th Graders: May borrow (3) books
Parents are welcome to check out books.
See Michelle Shaul in the library to receive a patron number
- Materials may be borrowed for ONE week
- Return all materials to the TURN-IN CART
- Avoid having OVERDUE materials as a courtesy to other readers
- Keep books in a SAFE PLACE (clean, dry, treat with care)
- Remember: babies and puppies may accidentally damage books
- Students with overdue materials may have checkout privileges suspended
- Damage/lost material need to be paid for by the borrower's family
- Lost materials/books must be paid for or found prior to the last week of school. If not, students may not be eligible for special school sponsored activities and report cards will be held.
- REFUNDS are provided for items that are later located
After your child has come to the library class:
- Ask your child which story they heard.
- Which "Children's Choice" contest nominee is their current favorite? (Grades K-3)
- What resource or skill did they learn about?
- Who is their favorite author?
- What books did they check out? Have your children read/share them with you.
- Is their class currently working on a research project?
- Help students develop excellent book care habits.
Please see Michelle Shaul at the Green Park Library if you have questions
Online Resource Materials
- World Book