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School Library

Purpose
  • To foster a love of reading in all students
  • To provide a global perspective by reading and highlighting books and stories from around the world
  • To teach information skills so students learn to use information effectively and responsibly

Library News!



 READ Ms. Kathleen's September 2014 newletter.






Useful Information


Librarian: Ms. Kathleen
Email: 
kmgillespie
Phone: 206 252-6114



 Library Hours
9:10-9:30 Monday - Friday
9:30-3:40 Library Schedule







SPS Online Resources for Students


Log in for SPS students

Username:  studentsps

Password:  access



(Useful links)   



JSIS Library Catalog

Free Typing Resources
Leveled Book Lists

Young Reader's Choice Award (YRC)

Sasquatch Award

Washington Children's Choice Award

American Library Association Awards

Peggy's Picks

Multicultural Children's Literature 

100 Best Books

International Reading Association Children's Choices

Seattle Public Library




About Ms. Kathleen!



Becoming a children’s librarian is the fulfillment of one of my dreams. I started out as a classroom teacher and later as a special education teacher working with students who struggled with learning disabilities. I decided to become a children’s librarian because I wanted to ignite a love of reading in all students – especially the ones who struggled with reading.    Now that I’m a librarian, I try to stock the library full of titles that will lure reluctant readers into picking up books. Since JSIS is an international school, I also strive to expose children to books that teach about different cultures or share a global world view. Please stop by the library to say hello – or better yet, check out a book and go home and read it!


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