Welcome to Our School Library
Welcome to the library and to our program of information literacy. We believe every student should have the skills necessary to navigate in today's information-rich society. Determining information needs, recognizing and selecting appropriate resources—whether print or online—and managing the information are fundamental skills needed for successful academic research.
Nancy Morris (teacher librarian)
Don Crawley (library technician)
Students may take out two books at a time.
They may take out books during their regular library class, at recess, and before and after school.
Co-operative Teaching & Learning
The library program supports classroom teachers in various aspects of the subject curricula. Teachers collaborate with the teacher-librarian for resources to support and enrich curriculum topics and integrate library teaching with the learning in the classroom. This is evident in literature appreciation, story retellings, presentations, genre studies, connecting the reading and writing process, creation, publication of books and newspapers, and the integration of technology.
Each class will work with the teacher-librarian on an information literacy unit that fits within the curriculum. These are usually a social studies or science topic. Students are taught the steps of research through information literacy. This includes how to identify fiction/non-fiction, how to locate information in a non-fiction resource, organizing for research, note-taking strategies, collating and synthesizing the information into their own words, and sharing their information in a variety of ways.