Early Childhood and Lower School Library
Centrally located in the heart of the Japonica Campus is the Mitchell Library. Beginning in K3, all Early Childhood and Lower School students visit the library weekly. During their library time, our youngest students enjoy storytelling time, looking at picture books, finger plays, and even a little singing and dancing! Beginning in the second semester of their Kindergarten year, students begin checking out books from the library. All Lower School students are encouraged to check books from the library every week during their class library time. Students learn about a variety of authors and an appreciation for books and the library as a resource in the quest for knowledge. In addition, Grades1-5 take part in the Accelerated Reader program that runs throughout the school year. The Lower School library also supports the curriculum through its collection of books and videos used for research and class instruction.
Middle School and Upper School Library
The new library on the University Campus is an inviting place to read, do research, or catch up on some studying. Through various online services, students have access to reference works and magazines for research and support for their class work. There are also study rooms, tutoring rooms, meeting rooms, and a place for after school activities.
Emily Boutwell, Japonica Campus Librarian
Ellen Blackwell, University Campus Librarian
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