Welcome to the KSS Library Media Center

I believe that students should be free to select books that interest them.  If a student wishes to learn about snakes or dinosaurs, I will guide him or her to an appropriate level book on that subject.  If your child selects a book which they do not like, or one which you do not like or feel is appropriate, please return the book the next day and select another.

A Day in Library Class

Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd and 3rd grade classes will listen to a story for the beginning half of the class and then have an opportunity to choose a new book to check out for the remaining half of the class.  Stories will be chosen around classroom work, holidays, seasons, etc.

4th and 5th grade students may work on a class assignment or listen to a story before choosing new books to check out.

Feel free to contact me with any questions.

Lisa Johnston

Library Schedule

Kindergarten

 

 

Third Grade

 

Mrs. Barnett

Thursday

 

Ms. Mott

Wednesday

Mrs. Glockenberg

Wednesday

 

Ms. Macri

Friday

Mrs. Arce

Friday

 

Ms. Gullotta

Thursday

Mrs. Paulucci

Tuesday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

First Grade

 

 

Fourth Grade

 

Ms. Naselli

Tuesday

 

Mrs. Alessi

Tuesday

Mrs. Huhne

Wednesday

 

Mrs. Rubenstein

Monday

Mrs. DeLaura

Thursday

 

Ms. Sileo

Wednesday

 

 

 

 

 

Second Grade

 

 

Fifth Grade

 

Mrs. Ciampanelli

Wednesday

 

Ms. Ferraro

Monday

Mrs. Ferraro

Thursday

 

Mrs. Castiglia

Thursday

Mrs. Johnson

Wednesday

 

Mrs. Pagnotta

Monday

Mrs. Rumore

Friday

 

 

 

Library Procedures

  • Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd and 3rd grade students may check out one book each week.
  • 4th and 5th grade students may check out two books each week.
  • All books are checked out for one week.  Students may renew a book if they did not finish it.
  • Students who have overdue books may not check out another book until the overdue book is returned.

Damaged or Lost Books

Accidents happen!  Puppies chew books, juice containers leak in backpacks, younger siblings use them for creative art projects and books get left outside.  Most children are responsible and if a book becomes accidentally damaged, we stress the responsibility to report it and, if necessary, to replace the book.

If a book page accidentally  rips, please do not attempt to repair it at home.  We use special book tapes and glue.  Return the book with a note and we will gladly repair it.