Ms. Annesley Davis
Library Media Specialist
Mrs. Denise Rinella
Mrs. Donna Parker
Contact the Loudonville Library
8:40 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.
Students come to the library each week with
their class for a variety of learning activities and book
During their time in the library, students
are exposed to a variety of literature:
authors and illustrators
Students learn library skills appropriate to
each grade level, including searching for library materials on
the library catalog and arrangement and location of library
The research objective is that students
become competent in the research process by using available and
appropriate materials. While students in the primary grades may
begin learning to research, all students in grades four, five
and six are involved in a formal project. The projects are tied
to the science or social studies curriculum for each grade.
During the research process, students:
locate and select resources
evaluate sources and information
extract relevant information from
Computer literacy is part of the library
curriculum in grades four through six. Students learn about:
What's happening in the library?
Students in grades K-3 borrow books for one
week, and students in grades 4-6 have a two
week loan period. Students must return their books before they
may borrow new books.
We really appreciate your assistance in reminding the children
to return their library
books in a timely manner. If they are absent on their library
day, please encourage them
to return the books on the day they return to school.
Below is a list of library and book exchange days for each
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