Children are naturally eager to question, develop their own theories — even change a point of view.

David Hale Library Media Center (LMC)

Educating Through Books

Students discover the world through the David Hale Library Media Center (LMC). Not just a room full of books, the LMC is the heart of the school. From early morning to late afternoon, children and adults can be found enjoying a book, consulting librarians for recommendations, or gathering with friends to discuss what they’ve read. The LMC collection includes children’s picture books, junior fiction novels, reference books, curriculum-based non-fiction books, biographies, fiction, professional and parenting resource books, and a video collection.

The school library is a powerful resource in promoting cultural competency and celebrating diversity in different forms. The LMC collection proudly includes materials that encompass the beliefs and ideologies of the diverse groups represented within and beyond our school, as well as materials that help students develop respect and appreciation for global cultures.

The LMC has two full-time library specialists who collaborate with teachers to leverage resources that enhance the learning process, support curriculum, and extend the classroom experience. 

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