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Moharimet Elementary School
Library Media Center

11 Lee Road
Madbury, NH 03823
(603) 742-2900
Fax (603) 742-7569

Email Margaret M. Kelley

Hours (8:30 AM - 3:30 PM)
Map and Directions

Library Media Center Program

Margaret M. Kelley
Library Media Specialist

Rebecca Casimiro
Library Technician

Parent Volunteers

The Moharimet Library Media Center is a place where children come to work, learn, and explore.   It provides services to children and teachers as part of a comprehensive educational experience.  The student services are designed to assist the learner in his/her ability to find, evaluate, generate, and apply information.  Information literacy skills that are appropriate for each grade level are taught within the classroom teacher's curriculum. These skills are woven throughout the elementary school curriculum. The staff of the Library Media Center provides the student with materials and guidance for classroom assignments, pleasure reading, and general information. The Library Media Program fosters a love of reading and research.  The library media specialist teaches information literacy collaboratively aligned with classroom curriculum.  Our goal is to develop a community of responsible, life-long learners and readers.

The Library Media Center is open to all students throughout the school day. We have an automated circulation system and automated catalog. The library collection is connected to classroom computers. The library collection is also available on this website.  See Library Catalog.

Loan periods:

  • one week (grades k-2)
  • two weeks (grades 3-4)
  • Books may be renewed as needed.
  • There are no fines for overdue books.
  • Three overdue notices will be sent home, one every two weeks, followed by a bill after 6 weeks.
  • If a book is lost, a student is charged for the replacement cost.

*LEARNERS USE SKILLS, RESOURCES, and TOOLS TO:

  1. Inquire, think critically, and gain knowledge.
  2. Draw conclusions, make informed decisions, apply knowledge to new situations, and create new knowledge.
  3. Share knowledge and participate ethically and productively as members of our democratic society.
  4. Pursue personal and aesthetic growth.

*AASL (American Association of School Librarians) Standards for the 21st-Century Learner. 2007.

 


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