The mission of the library is to support our students and staff in their use of information for teaching, learning, creating, and personal growth. We strive to continuously develop a print and digital collection in a wide range of genres and resources that support the Salem School District curriculum as well as encourage a lifelong love of reading.
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We would like to thank our Fisk families for participating in a very successful book fair. We were able to purchase 32 new books for our library totaling $313 from cash that was raised through the All for Books program. Scholastic will match this amount by donating to charities that provide books to children in need. Book fair sales were $1330, which we will be able to use to buy even more books for our library and students. Thank you for supporting our library program by shopping at the book fair.
2 - Marshall
4 - Rose
5 - Schott
K - Boscketti
1 - Stevenson
3 - LeCuyer
5 - Gatsas
1 - Dufour
4 - Somers
2 - Johnson
Don’t forget to return your books!
Library classes are held once a week. During each class students will take part in an information literacy lesson, and then have time to check out library books. Grade 2-5 students can check out 2 books each week; Grades K-1 begin the year with one book, and then gradually move to 2 books as they become responsible library patrons. Books should be returned or renewed each week during class. Students may be allotted extra books when working on a project, and are also welcome to exchange books on an as needed basis. We love avid readers in the library!