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Fisk Library: Home

Library Staff

 Mrs. Evans

 Fisk Library Assistant



 Mrs. Smeltzer

 Library Media Specialist


Friday is my Fisk Day!

Are you wondering what library books you have out? Need help with online resources?  Click HERE to send us your question and we'll reply in 24 hours or less.

Welcome to the Fisk School Library

It is our mission to support our students and staff in their use of information and technology 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.

Library classes

We are so excited to welcome our students back into the school library!  Each class will visit once a week to borrow books and work on information literacy and digital citizenship skills.  Students in Grades 2-5 may borrow 2 books each week, and are expected to return them the following week at their library time.  Longer books may be renewed during library class.  Students in Grades K-1 will begin the year with 1 book at a time.  As the year progresses and they become responsible library citizens, they may be able to take 2 books as well.

          Monday: Leonard

          Tuesday: Gilmore, Morton, Dufour

          Wednesday: Gendreau, MacAskill, Schott, Boscketti, Mashoke

          Thursday: Faragi, Morse, Stevenson, L'Ecuyer, Mahoney

          Friday: Rose

Destiny Discover Library Catalog

You can see what books we have in the library by visiting the library catalog.  Log in with your school Google account to put books on hold or to see what books you already have checked out.  Watch this video tutorial to learn how.

What's new?

Kelley Library

Visit the Kelley Library (Salem's public library) for books, online resources and fun programs!

Wonderbooks are here!  Wonderbooks read books to children using a small audiobook player at the front of the book. Picture books, early readers, chapter books and nonfiction are offered. 

Click on the links below for information about more children's programs