Specialized Help needed
Looking for a parent who is able/capable to weld a very small piece to fix our standing globe. Please contact Diana if you are able.
Weekly Classroom Visits and Weekly Check Outs
Classes come to the library each week for a story time and for book check out. This is the time that the students get to choose their own reading materials which is vital to foster the love of reading.
Books are checked out weekly at Live Oak School as students come in with their class. All books are due back to school the following week to be renewed or returned. Please help your child find a safe place to keep his/her library books so that they can always be found when needed. If your student misses a library day or forgets their books, he/she can come to the library at recess or after school to swap out their books.
Parents are welcome to come to the library and check out books from our "Parent Section" or our "Spanish/Bi-Lingual Sections."
Parents are also welcome to check out extra books to help your children with reading at home. Parents can check out up to five books at a time. Please feel free to stop by after-school, or at any recess time. You are also welcome to come in when you are on campus, just know there will be times when our librarian is with classes and might not be able to help you.
Parents welcome to come and volunteer in the library. Help needed in the following areas:
- Shelving and straightening book shelves
- Translating Spanish books to English to build Bi-Lingual collection
- Disinfecting wipes
- Removable scotch tape
- Your unwanted/outgrown books
- Empty ink jet and toner cartridges
- Rubber cement
- label sheets
- packing tape/book tape
unwanted & outgrown books
I would be more than happy to take your family's unwanted and outgrown books off your hands. I have a knack for finding homes/uses for all books that come my way.
When these books are received they may end up:
--- on the library shelves
--- on the shelves in our special AR library
--- used as prizes
--- used when a student moves to a new school as a going away gift
--- used for students on independent studies (so that families do not have to worry about lost library books)
--- sold for just a quarter to get inexpensive books in the hands of those students in need
--- baby books are given to encourage the new big brothers/sisters to read to the new baby
--- believe it or not, even the torn books find their way into my bookmark tin
--- torn books may also be made into envelopes for the student run school mail
Ask your students about the pictures below.
They should be able to tell you about each picture.