Lower School Library
The Lower School Library serves Nursery through Fifth Grade with formal classes that take place once a week. The Library also holds classes for the "young three" classroom and the toddlers from the Little School once a week. Classes for all grades involve the reading and enjoyment of quality literature.
The Library is also open to classes for research. Teachers can arrange to bring their classes into the library when they are working on a special project. The librarian co-teaches research skills with the classroom teachers and is a continual reference for students and teachers providing them with a successful library experience. Need help? Ask a Librarian!
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Search more than 436,000 full-text biographies from reference books and magazines, along with thousands of unique narrative biographies.
BrainPop is a collection of over 1,000 short animated movies for students in grades K-12, together with quizzes and related materials, covering the subjects of science, social studies, English, math, engineering and technology, health, and arts and music
Access over 3.25 million rights-cleared images, illustrations, maps, and infographics curated leading image collections. Use images for visual reference or in projects and presentations, lessons, and school publications. Off campus access instructions
Kids Discover Online is an inquiry-based learning site that combines reading, science, and social studies. In fact, there are 1,500 beautiful (really, they’re visually stunning!) science and social studies topics (all vetted by subject experts) available in 3 readings levels.
PebbleGo Next The next big idea begins with research! The PebbleGo Next family of databases helps students in Grades 3-5 learn about key concepts related to Social Studies, Biographies, Science, States, and American Indians. Off campus access instructions
One stop shopping resource for articles, illustrations, and videos from seven core Scholastic databases, including: Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia, Lands and Peoples, Amazing Animals of the World, and The New Book of Popular Science. Off campus access instructions
General encyclopedia with entries ranging from basic to advanced information.