What's happening in the library...
The 2016-17 school year has begun and the library is buzzing with excitement! All students have a regular library time scheduled once a week. During this time we share stories, play games that teach us how to use the library, and we have FUN!
Please note that book exchange will begin the week of September 19th for all students. We will spend the first two library lessons learning about out library and reviewing how to take care of our books. For more information about our book exchange policies please visit this link.
Looking for some great educational websites?
Follow a link to one of the great databases the school subscribes to.
Some of these websites require a username and password.
Please contact us below for this information.
Click here to visit our OPAC!
Click HERE for links to learn about
National African American History Month
Click here for Australian Territory and State links
Click HERE to check out some Country Research links!!!!
Click HERE to access Myth and Legend links!
2nd and 3rd Grade Reading Clubs
Every school year students in both Second and Third grade are invited to explore a variety of fiction and nonfiction books by participating in exciting and fun reading challenges. The grade specific reading clubs are organized by the Primary School Library and funded by the incredible Ichabod Crane PTA.
Passport Readers will kick off in October for 3rd graders.
The Explorers Club will begin in February for all 2nd graders.
For more information about these programs please click on the links below.
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Ichabod Crane Library Media Program Mission Statement:
It is the mission of the Ichabod Crane Library Media program is to ensure that students and staff are effective users of ideas and information. The library media program functions as a critical and central component of the total education program facilitating full integration of the library media program into the curriculum while meeting the needs of individual students. It provides intellectual and physical access to materials in all formats, provides instruction to foster competence and promote reading, curiosity, reasoning and questioning in a comfortable learning environment. Our responsibility to the school community is to work collaboratively with teachers, administrators, and parents to plan, implement, and evaluate the learning experience to ensure that all students become well informed, independent, self-motivated, lifelong learners.
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