The King School Library Media Center is located immediately to the right, as you come in the main entrance of the school.
Students have weekly classes in the Library Media Center. Library Media instruction includes four areas of focus: 1) Book Knowledge & Selection, 2) Library Organization, 3) Computer Skills and 4) Research Skills. A variety of lessons and activities will be planned for each grade level. Research skills instruction will relate to STEAM topics being covered in the grade-level core curricula. Fifteen minutes of each library class is devoted to students selecting and checking out their library books.
Students may check out one book each week. They must return the book before they may check out their next book. Families must pay for lost or damaged books.
Students are expected to show King Core Values in the library by being respectful and caring of each other and of the library materials.
The King Library is a growing library; donations of new and "in excellent condition" used books are accepted. Donations that are not suitable for the library may find a home in the classroom libraries, as summer book giveaways, or may be sent to a charitable organization.
We can provide a special book plate for any new books that are donated to honor a student, friend or family member for a birthday, anniversary, memorial or other occasion.
We love and rely on our King Library Volunteers who work during their student's class time with book circulation and shelving, or help to cover and process books. If you are interested in volunteering please contact Library Media Specialist Maggie Sullivan through email: email@example.com.