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Library

Our school library is a dynamic, spacious and comfortable learning environment. 

The library is an NAISR community resource where lifelong readers are nourished and inspired and where multiple literacies (informational, digital, textual and technological)  are taught. Classroom teaching is supported through once a week scheduled library lessons based on the 21st Century Learner Standards.  

Students are encouraged to expand their book choices and check out books during library time. They are welcome to come to the library to work independently, collaborate with others, and borrow resources. Students often come during free time, with their class, Study Hall and after school. NAISR families are also encouraged to use the library and the available resources when visiting the library during open hours. Parent volunteers are always welcome.

Student Use

Children in PreK1, PreK2 and Kindergarten visit the library once a week for 45 minutes, primarily for story time, though they also learn the basics of what a library is. 

Grades 1 through 5 come once a week for 45 minutes. Their library sessions include a mix of reading and standards-based library instruction utilizing Standards for the 21st century learner from the American Associated of School Libraries (AASL). 

The purpose of the library program for the Elementary School students is twofold: to encourage the development of a lifelong appreciation for books and reading, and to develop the skills necessary to find, evaluate and use information wisely.

Elementary pupils usually exchange books during their library period, but they may also do so at any other time. 

Secondary students come to the library on an as-needed basis. They may check out books at any time.

For more information about our school library, or to browse our current catalogue, please visit our Library Dashboard.