A learning commons is an inclusive, flexible, learner-centered, physical or virtual space for collaboration, inquiry, imagination and play.
As schools change, school libraries have evolved from simply providing information to students. A learning commons helps to engage students and prepare them to become critical thinkers, evaluators, users, and creators of information and knowledge.
In addition to providing access to traditional forms of knowledge like books, periodicals and print information, students have access to other forms of media and devices they will need to create and share. Students can determine how best to use the space and resources to work on school assignments or projects.
Please try to remember to return your library books each week.
|Mrs. Acorn Gr2||Mrs. Redman K||Ms. Kehler Gr2/3||Ms. Wright Gr1|
|Mrs. Hyatt Gr3||Mrs. Hagler K||Mrs. Hollinger Gr4||Mr. Murray Gr4|
|Mrs. Kent Gr3||Mrs. Huntley Gr1||Mrs. Schwartz Gr2||Mrs. Miluch Gr4|
|Mrs. Corser Gr1||Mrs. Dennison Gr4/5||Mrs. Johnston K|
|Ms. Wesolowsky Gr5||Ms. Gilks Gr5|