Library

LWSD Library Program Mission

To ensure that students are effective users and producers of ideas and information.

The Teacher-Librarian encourages and supports lifelong learning and literacy by maintaining an up-to-date, diverse collection of materials in a variety of formats, by teaching reading and research information skills which result in self-reliant and critical users of information, by promoting a love of reading and by supporting curriculum with instructional resources.

Library Staff

Mary Djaboury, Teacher-Librarian

 

Library Links

Frost Library Catalog (Destiny)

Search the Frost Library materials collection and find additional educational web links here.

Library Policies

Information about Check Out, Library Curriculum and Specialist Grading.

SORA eBooks

Free eBook online library for all LWSD students.

King County Library

KCLS is a tremendous resource for books, databases, homework help, book reviews, and much more.

K-5 Research & Homework Help

Research and homework help for grades K to 5.

LWSD Databases

Databases appropriate for K-5. See your library teacher for passwords to access these from home.

Book Recommendations

Search for recommendations from KCLS and LWSD.

Guidelines for Works Cited

In LWSD, elementary students should follow this introduction to the Modern Language Association (MLA 8) format for crediting sources in their papers.

AR Bookfinder

Use this link to check on whether there is a quiz available for a book. Several books can be clicked on and the list printed out. The lists do not save however.

Summer Reading

Find information about KCLS's summer reading program, postcards, book lists, and more here.

Frost Reading Programs

 
Otter Award (Grades 2-3)
Sasquatch Award (Grades 4-5)
Amazing Reading Competition (Grades 4-5)