Library & Media Center
Fostering a Love of Reading and Learning
The main focus of the library and its staff team is to foster a love of reading and learning. Our goal is to encourage and inspire students and adults to find joy in discovery and challenge them to become life-long learners. We equip students with the technology and skills to prepare them for the future
Click here to browse our collection of 50,000+ books, magazines, DVDs, audio CDs, and tech equipment with the Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC) powered by Surpass Safari.
Resources for Research
Click here to access the award-winning Britannica Online® in three reading levels to accommodate any student ability. This high-quality, comprehensive encyclopedia provides easy access to reliable information, including up-to-date articles, media clips, and recommendations for student-safe research web sites. See a library staff member for access information.
Click here to access high-quality scholarly research sources through the JSTOR collection of databases, particularly for our high school students. JSTOR provides access to more than 12 million academic journal articles, books, and primary sources in 75 disciplines. See a library staff member for access information.
Especially for our Younger Readers
ES & MS Battle of the Books
Each year the library hosts reading competitions called Battle of the Books (BOB) for ES students in grades 1-4 and MS students in grades 5-6. Students enjoy reading while working in teams to read a variety of great books over several weeks. Parents are invited to come cheer and see who wins. Of course, all our students are winners just by reading so many good books!
2021 BOB Video
Battle of the Books Archive
Click one of the archived BoB Themes below to see past videos.