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Come Visit Us... ...or We'll Visit You!
Teachers and their students are welcome to visit the library as a group. The Children’s Services Staff would also be happy to visit students in preschool through eighth grade during the school year, highlighting good books, teaching library skills, giving demos of online resources, and promoting the Summer Reading Club. To schedule a school visit or tour of the library, please call Renee Grassi, Head of Children’s Services at 847.835.5056 ext. 203 or send an email to email@example.com.
If you have a research project or genre study coming up in your classroom, librarians can create a display of books to support your curriculum. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your grade level and topic, and we’ll create the display.
Juvenile Book Discussion Sets
Looking for multiple copies to help supplement your school library? We offer multiple copies of popular fiction and non-fiction titles perfect for your book discussion groups. Loan periods can be extended to align with curriculum needs. Check our catalog for our most current list of Juvenile Book Group titles.
Teacher Book Bags
Looking for picture books to tie in with your lesson, or an easy non-fiction to introduce a new concept to your students? Just call the Children’s Department at 847-835-5056 and a librarian will put together a bag of books for you to check out.
This is My Library Social Story
This social story helps you discuss and prepare your child for a library visit. Read this story with your child to learn about what the Children’s Department looks like, how your child can use library service, and how to interact while at the library. Click here to download the social story.
Finding Non-Fiction Materials
Are your students looking for non-fiction materials for their research assignment? We’ve identified books that are perfect for Central School research projects and made them easy to find. When you browse the library shelves, look for big, bright-red YA labels on books in both the adult and children’s nonfiction collections. This label tells you that the book is written at a level of vocabulary and detail that should work for you. To search the library’s catalog for books perfect for Central School research projects, click here.
For a complete list of other services, programs, and materials available to support your curriculum, see our Teacher Services handout.