Book circulation is finished for this school year.
All Oak Street Library books are due by
Monday, June 10!
Thanks for being a "gold medal" library patron!
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Where's Waldo web site
Celebrating the 25th anniversary of Where's Waldo!
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About our school library
Our library has about 19,000 books, magazines, audio books, and reference books for our patrons to use and enjoy.
Students may visit the library to return books, check out books, browse, read, research, use the computers, or to work on a class project. All Oak Street students have a fixed library period every 2 weeks. They either have library on A week or B week. They have computers the alternating week. Even though students have library once every 2 weeks, they can visit the library during set hours to return and check out new books.
The library is open set hours every day for individual or small group checkouts!
Students may come individually, in small groups, or with their whole class. I love when our library is humming with activity! Many dedicated parent volunteers assist with the book checkouts and shelving books each week. This year Ridge High School senior
Anne Bonnefoi is interning in our library every day during last period!
I have been teaching for 30 years, the last 12 have been at Oak Street School. I received my BS in Elementary Education from Taylor University in Indiana and my MA in Educational Media from William Paterson University. For the first 17 years of my teaching career I taught third, fourth, and fifth grades. The last 13 years I have enjoyed being an elementary media specialist in K - 5. I love knowing and working with all the students at Oak Street. I hope that I help instill a love of books and reading and that I help prepare the students in their library and information skills!
Enjoy the following library information,
and feel free to contact me anytime.