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School Libraries

The Delaney Library (PreK-3) currently maintains a collection of over 5,000 print and non-print items for students and teachers. These collections include: Picture Books, Easy Readers, Junior Fiction, Juvenile Fiction, Nonfiction, and Biography.
 
The Raymond Library (gr. 4-6) currently maintains a collection over 15,000 print and non-print items for students and teachers. These collections include materials grouped in the following sections:  Fiction, Young Adult, Nonfiction, Biography, Picture Books, Easy Readers, Audio Books, Video & DVD Collection, Reference Materials, and Teachers Resources.

Our library collections are accessible through SAILS.   SAILS' mission is to provide resource sharing, direct and equal access, and meet every patron's needs, through cooperation, leadership, and technology.

As a member of SAILS, our students and staff have access to materials from 73 member libraries.
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Gretchen Lopez and Kim Lilja
Mrs. Lija - Library Media Assistant
Mrs. Lopez - Library Media Specialist

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If you would like to volunteer once a week or even once a month we would love to have you! We need you more than ever. Volunteers assist with shelving books, shelf-reading, and other areas where we need help.

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Library students may check out one book per library period.  Exceptions are made based on classroom projects.
 
Students are required to bring their library books to each class meeting for either returns or renewals. If materials are returned late, students do not receive fines, however, if an item is lost or missing we ask that the item is paid for or replaced. If a replacement copy is purchased it should be an exact match of the item being replaced.

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Summer time is a great way to enjoy the books you've been waiting to read, and it's also a great way to maintain fluency skills you've developed during the school year. The following are reading incentive programs to help you keep reading this summer! 

Summer Reading Olympics: