School Libraries Transform Learning
Effective school libraries are dynamic learning environments that bridge the gap between access and opportunity for all learners. Under the leadership of the school librarian, the school library provides access to resources and technology, connecting classroom learning to real-world events. By providing access to an array of well-managed resources, school libraries enable academic knowledge to be linked to deeper, personalized learning. The expanded learning environment of the school library ensures the unique interests and needs of the individual are met. In this way, effective school libraries prepare learners for college, career, and life.
Jason Reynolds for School Libraries
Dav Pilkey - Reading Without Judgement
Storyteller, Yasu Ishida, dazzled students at Rosewood Elementary School with a magical performance of Japanese folktales that featured theater, music, origami, magic and audience particpation.
Award winning author Derrick Barnes visited Rosewood Elementary to share his recent book Crown: An Ode to the Fresh Cut.
Webber Elementary's has been updated and now features new collaborative learning spaces and flexible seating.