Welcome to our school library
Welcome to the library and to our program of information literacy. We
believe that 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
Ms. S. Blanchette (Teacher –librarian)
Miss V. Klassen (library
Both libraries are open from 8:50 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
All classes, K – gr. 8 are
scheduled for library book exchange once per cycle.
E. Yrs. students may borrow materials for 1
– six day cycle.
M. Yrs. students may borrow materials for 2 cycles.
Number of sign outs:
Kindergarten students may borrow 1 book at a time.
Gr. 1 – 5 students may borrow 2 items at a time.
Gr. 6 – 8 students may borrow 3 items at a time.
Students in any grade may renew their item(s). This is usually done
during their regular book exchange time.
Library privileges are suspended until overdue materials are
Replacement costs will be assessed for lost or damaged
Salisbury Morse Place has a library in both the middle years and the early
years sections of the building. Each of these libraries have a significant
collection of books, magazines, audio-visual material, and computer software.
The catalogue is searched via the Internet, at computer stations in the
facility. This is a place where students and staff go for quiet study,
recreational reading, or research at scheduled times.
The library provides various services for students:
- Information on projects and school work via technology and books.
- Books for fun or recreational reading.
- Access to services such as: research using the Internet, e-mail, and
opportunities to create electronic presentations. Student volunteers are welcome
and should sign up with the teacher-librarian or the library technician.