Every class at Adler, from kindergarten to fifth grade, will have a weekly library meeting with Ms. Carr to work on library and information literacy skills.
Our curriculum is guided by the Illinois Standards-Aligned Instruction for School Libraries. Students will:
- access information efficiently and effectively to inquire, think critically, and gain knowledge
- evaluate information critically and competently
- use information accurately, creatively, and ethically to share knowledge and participate collaboratively and productively as members of our democratic society
- appreciate literature and other creative expressions of thoughts and pursue knowledge related to personal interests and aesthetic growth
- understand and practice Internet safety when using any electronic media for educational, social or recreational purposes
- What is the process for checking out library books?
- Grades K-2 will borrow up to four books for one week, due on their library day as listed below. Grades 3-5 may also borrow up to four books, due in two weeks.
- What electronic resources do you offer?
- Students in fourth and fifth grades may borrow audiobooks on iPod shuffles. If the permission slip has not been filled out previously, here is the link to sign up online. All students may access our collection of eBooks.
- When is my child's library day?
- K Dorf - Tuesday
- K Wisek - Wednesday
- 1 Gasick - Friday
- 1 Marcum - Friday
- 2 Koenig - Wednesday
- 2 Turner - Friday
- 3 Bleichman - Tuesday
- 3 Walker - Thursday
- 4 Bauer - Wednesday
- 4 Marsh - Thursday
- 5 De Paz - Thursday
- 5 Piskule - Thursday
We appreciate your help in caring for our collection!
Please help your child find a safe place to keep school library books at home where they cannot be damaged by water bottles, pets, younger siblings, weather, food, etc.
If a book is accidentally damaged, PLEASE do not attempt to fix it yourself! We have special book tape and glue that can resolve most problems. If a book is lost or damaged beyond repair, it must be paid for, but this is very rare.
Erin Carr, Learning Center Director
Amy Richter, Learning Center Clerk