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Library Media Specialist

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Martha Badigian
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Wakefield Elementary School
101 High Street
Wakefield, RI 02879
(401)360-1400 leave msg. with School Secretary

Peace Dale Elementary School
109 Kersey Road
Wakefield, RI 02879
(401) 360-1660 (Peace Dale)
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Series Sequences

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CultureGrams Kids Edition teaches upper-elementary- and middle school-age children more about the world around them. Each report contains images, historical timelines, and fun facts, along with sections on history, population, “life as a kid,” games and sports, education, and more. Select an continent on the map and begin your journey through that part of the world. Please note: click on one of the continents on the map below to connect (not the oceans).

EuropeAsiaOceaniaNorth AmericaNoneAfricaAfricaNoneSouth America

CultureGrams World Map Kids Edition



Exploring Nature Educational Resource offers elementary, middle, or high school level science lesson plans, class activities, and research projects with 5,000 pages of illustrated life science, earth science, physical science, biology, anatomy and ecology for grades K-12. 

Library Mission Statement

Library Mission Statement:
The mission of the Wakefield School Library is to create a student-centered library media center whichprovides a safe, nurturing environment in which students can successfully seek information and ideas for their educational, informational, and recreational needs. The library seeks to promote an appreciation of literature enabling students to interpret meaning from various forms of literature as they become lifelong readers and learners.

 

Further, the library seeks to ensure that our students acquire the necessary information literacy skills they will need to become productive learners, with skills and knowledge necessary to lead successful, meaningful lives in the 21st century. This mission recognizes the essential role of the school library program in the educational process as students strive to reach their full potential.