Welcome to the Library!

Ms. Costello outside Door #2Book checkout with curbside pickup from the library!  Click here for more details!

¡Reserva libros con recogida exterior de la biblioteca! ¡Haga clic aquí para obtener más detalles!

 

Library at Home! – Fall 2020

30 minute Library Lessons will be provided virtually for all PreK – 2nd grade classes on a weekly basis.  3rd – 5th grade will also have Library Lessons scheduled, as needed, to support ELA, Science, and Social studies instruction, including, but not limited to, research, book and genre study, Digital Citizenship and more.

 

Barrett Train

The mission of the Barrett School Library is to foster a love of reading, develop information literacy skills, cultivate collaboration and discussion, and promote lifelong learning.


Students, staff, parents, and community members are welcome weekdays anytime from 8:00 am to 3:30 pm. We are here to suggest books, help with research, collaborate on classroom projects, help connect to community resources, and much more!

Greg D’Addario, Librarian, greg.daddario@apsva.us

Nancy Costello, Library Assistant

Checkout

  • Kindergarten checks out up to 2 books (one fiction and one nonfiction)
  • First Grade checks out up to 5 books
  • Second Grade checks out up to 7 books
  • Third, Fourth, and Fifth grade checks out up to 10 books

Students can always check out as long as they haven’t reached their maximum (see above).

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