SCANNING FORM - If students need items scanned, please print this easy-to-use form - just fill out and drop off at the library.
Click HERE to read "Impact of Libraries on Student Achievement"
ClickHERE to read the AASL School Library Program Position Statement
The mission of the Indian River Middle School library is to foster an environment which instills a love of learning in all students and provides equitable access to information, enabling students to develop and communicate their thinking through the effective and ethical use of information literacy skills.
The Indian River Middle School library is the center of inquiry in the learning community.The faculty and staff are familiar with and supportive of 21st century information literacy skills.All students are proficient in textual, digital, media, technological, and visual literacies.
Teacher Librarian: Miss Schied
Library Aide: Mrs. LaClair
What the library can do for you: The library is a gateway to the world, a doorway to adventure, and a medicine chest for the soul (see my blog). Here, you can:
- check out books on many different subjects, fiction and non-fiction
- request books that you would like to read, even if we don't have them
- learn how to research with competence and integrity - investigate topics YOU are interested in
- find out what's new and cool in the world around you
- have fun and discover new things, every day
- leave suggestions for activities or ideas that will improve the library
There's something for everyone at the library, so come find out what we can do for YOU!
About the librarian: Born and raised in the Finger Lakes, I moved to the OTHER water region of New York State and found myself at Indian River! I have a background in mathematics, philosophy, and music, so in addition to reading lots of amazing books, I also like working with numbers, thinking, and singing, sometimes all at the same time. I enjoy lots of extracurricular activities, such as (as mentioned above) singing with two vocal ensembles, cooking, gardening, watching the birds in my backyard, playing with puppies, horseback riding, and of course, reading. My goal is to encourage students to enjoy a lifetime of reading and learning. A little laughter never hurt either. Or chocolate.