Prairie Lane’s library program is a resource used by students and staff. It supports children’s independent reading and research, as well as classroom and school activities. The elementary library media curriculum introduces children to the care and parts of a book, reference sources, search skills, a variety of vocabulary, fiction and non-fiction books in both print and non-print formats, and the concepts of digital citizenship. It also provides access to the internet and district subscribed databases. In addition to scheduled classes in the Library Learning Commons, individuals drop in throughout the school day for research, pleasure reading, to work on projects in our Creation Station, technology needs, or simply for a place to relax. Our goal is to guide students in becoming lifelong learners who are confident users of information and who love reading!
Students enjoy portraying Mrs. Chatterton & Ms. Steeves. They each won the silent auction during our school walk-a-thon.
2nd graders enjoy helping each other with book choices!
It’s Creation Station Week in the Library!
Kindergartners enjoy finding, cutting, and sorting pictures of Fiction books.
4th & 5th graders working during Writers’ Workshop!
Bookaneer Book Fair
Superintendent as guest speaker during “Talk Like a Pirate” Day!