Library

Library Program Goal: To ensure that students are effective users and creators of ideas and information.

Our Library Mission

The Teacher-Librarian encourages and supports lifelong learning and literacy by maintaining an up-to-date diverse collection of materials in a variety of formats, by teaching research and information skills which result in self-reliant and critical users of information, by promoting a love of reading and by supporting curriculum with instruction and resources.

Welcome to a new School Year!

Mrs. Schroeder and Mrs. Kaufman are excited to welcome you to a new school year. We have lots of things planned - great research, new books, a visiting author - and another book fair in the November!

This year we will be focusing our studies on five Library and Information Skills topics:

        • Library Skills
        • Love of Literature
        • Seeking Information
        • Organizing and Presenting Information
        • Information Citizenship

For more on how these will apply at each grade level, please visit the Library PowerSchool page for your student's grade.

Looking for Information on Battle of the Books? Click here!

LWSD Library Logo that says Inform, inspire, achive

Check Below for the Day Your Student Has Library:


Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

8:30-9:00

3rd - Banas

3rd - Erickson

3rd - Yu


3rd - Allen

9:03-9:33



K - Burd



9:21-10:06

5th– Wingert



5th - Nation


9:36-10:36



K - Moore



10:09-10:54

4th – Wilson

4th – Dompier

5th – Overland

4th – Oh

4th - Varney

10:57-11:07

4-5 Library Recess

11:27-11:57

2nd – Gorman

2nd – Goldblatt

2nd – Petersen

2nd - Ivie


12:00-12:51

Library Closed

12:51-1:21

1st – Jeremiah

1st – Hines

1st – Robinson
/Fouhy


1st - Briggs

1:24-1:54

K – Ogden

K – Cook


K - Gryder


1:57-2:27


K - Zarshenas




2:30-3:00

1sy – Lynch




1st - Kaliszuk