Fridays: 8:45AM- 1:25PM
Meadowbrook library provides a friendly safe place to explore the opportunities that reading skills provide. We strive to provide a physically and mentally comfortable place to learn through all type of media. The Meadowbrook Library will facilitate access to reading material for the Meadowbrook Community.
Library Opens August 29, 2018
Read Across Davis March 1 2019
If you can read-You can learn anything!
Checkouts- Kindergarten and 1st grade students will be allowed to check out 1 book with a two week due date. 2nd through 6th grade will be allowed to check out 2 books with a two week due date. Parents may request more books for their student with a written request.
Lost/ Damaged Books- Lost or damaged books will be assessed a fine for the replacement cost of the book. There is no fine for late books.
Library Access- Each student will have library access with their class for 30 minutes per week. Students may also access the library at any time it is not being used for class/special activities. Students will need to have a library pass from their teacher to be in the library.
Book Requests- We love book requests/suggestions. Filling out a request does not guarantee a book will be added to our collection. Please fill in the form found at the bottom of the catalogs tab on this webpage. (Resources)
We are recording the things we learn through reading. If you have learned something by reading, please share with us. For example: I am learning about grafting trees. I hope to try it this Spring. In 3-6 grades, we have learned to make origami bookmarks by reading the instructions. In 1-2 grades, we learned about how animals see differently than we do. The book- They All Saw A Cat by Brendan Wenzel got us started on the road to learning.
We also have Brain Teasers in the Library. The students are getting very clever. Here is one from this week: I'm full of keys, but I can't open any door. What am I?
We are also doing rebus puzzles. Here is the one for this week: Cycle
The students learned that we aren't accepting the answer of recycle....although that is clever also!
Join us in reading, thinking and learning!
The Library Media DESK focuses and prioritizes the reading and information literacy skills that students need to know and be able to use to help them read and research effectively in all subjects and with a variety of technologies.