Kindergarten through fourth grade have library class weekly for 40 minutes.
Kindergarten students may select one book every week.
First Graders may select one book every week.
Students in Second through Fourth Grade may select up to two books every week.
Students are encouraged to return materials as soon as they are finished with them.
Please note! Students, you are responsible for all items you check out. Please do not loan your library books to your friends!
We have been using the Epic app to read e books in the library - this app allows us to have access to many more titles that are digital. Please use the class code ucg9989. Click on the image above to get started. The class code is only accessible during school hours. Feel free to sign up for a free home trial and see Epic books in action please go to the Parent access letter link this is a free trial till June 30 and parent accounts will allow you access ebooks after school hours and on weekend.
Students my login during school hours to take a quiz one a book they read at home.
Contact your classroom teacher if you are unsure of your login.
Scholastic learn at home is a free website for parents and families to access to assist with virtual learning. You will most likely have to set up an account which is free but materials and information is amazing.
Students in Dunn's Corners Library Strive to be Good Citizens by
I am thrilled to be working full time at Dunn's Corners Library. I received my Bachelor's Degree from Providence College and have a Masters in Library Science from Southern Connecticut State University. I have been a librarian for the past 20 years. I love the smell of new books and the excitement in finding a book that you can not put down. I am a self proclaimed technology lover and am known to make movies and photo slideshows about my family. I have two children, Roan and Fiona. I am a gigantic college basketball fan and love the Providence College Friars. I look forward to the first day of school each year and can not wait to meet all the students at DCS. If you have any questions or concerns please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The DCS library partners with RILINK to provide inter library loans to staff and patrons. For more information about ILL please use the following link
Students or staff interested in requesting materials through ILL should contact me via email or in person at DCS library.
The library is open Monday - Friday 8:40-3:10
Our collection services the staff and students of DCS a k-4 school with approximately 320 students. The borrowing time permissions are one week with renewals allowed. We have a small reference collection that is now available for checkout as well as a professional collection that is accessed only by staff.
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