to our new
Glen Hills Library Page.
Access the library catalog!
Find safe places to search for information!
Use databases and websites!
Look for new books to read!
Read an EBOOK on your own device!
Find a LibGuide for a class project!
Have your parents check out the Parent's Page!
How many books can I take? That depends on your grade. However, you may be able to take an extra book for a class project.
Kindergarteners borrow one book each library class. When students return a book, they may borrow a new one. If they forget a book, they can continue to enjoy it until the next library class.
Grade 1 borrows 1 book for two weeks.
Grades 2 - 5 borrows 2 items for 2 weeks.
It's the student's responsiblilty to take care of his/her books and return them to the library on the due date.
How long can I keep my book? Students can read their book for two weeks.
What happens if I'm absent on circulation day? If a student is absent, please keep the book until the next book selection class.
What if I didn't finish reading my book? Bring your book to the library so it can be renewed!
What happens if I forget my book? That's okay. You can read a book from a special area in the library. However, if you forget it a second time, a notice will be sent to your parents.
What if my book gets damaged? That's okay, accidents happen but PLEASE, PLEASE DO NOT REPAIR THE BOOK AT HOME. Please bring it to Ms. Manion. I have special glue and tape to make repairs.
What if I lose my book? Sometimes students lose a book. Please tell Ms. Manion. I will send a notice home that gives the replacement cost of that book.
Are you in Grade 3-6?
Can you read 3 books by February 2022?
Then you can vote for your favorite book.
The book with the most votes will be forever known as the
RHODE ISLAND CHILDREN'S BOOK AWARD WINNER!
Check out the 20 book list at our RICBA 2022 LibGuide and
READ . . . READ . . . READ
Looking for a good book to read?
Try one of these links from ALA (the American Library Association)
Caldecott Book Winners :Click the decade along the top to view the books.
Newbery Book Winners : Click the decade along the top to view the books.
Library Media Specialist
Glen Hills Elementary School
Stone Hill Elementary School
Monday 8:55 am -3:10 pm
Wednesday 8:55 am -12:25 pm
Friday: 1:10-3:10 pm
Library classes meet each week for 35 minutes.
We alternate between a Lesson Week and a Book Circulation Week
As a member of the RILINK consortium, we follow the consortium-level Interlibrary Loan Policy that is listed here:
Glen Hills School Library
CLIENTELE AND SERVICE POLICY
The Glen Hills School Library serves as its primary clientele the Glen Hills school students, staff, teachers, service providers, family and community, without regard for age, gender, religious or ethnic background, political affiliation, educational ability or economic status. As a member of the RILINK Consortium, the Glen Hills School Library further extends full access to its materials and services at no charge to the RILINK Consortium schools, libraries and communities. The Glen Hills School Library’s resources are chosen for its students, staff and faculty. Resources are chosen to support the Cranston Public School curriculum and to engage and excite students ages K – Grade 5. Resources include books, periodicals CD’s, DVD’s, digital books and online databases. In addition, the Library has one classroom sized facility, a projector, an Elmo, tables, and computers. The facility is available for use by the school community per approval from the school Principal. The Library has a fixed schedule of classes.. Curriculum integration and collaboration are the lifeblood of the library. The Library also offers on-line databases as well as Internet access. The library webpage and LibGuide (http://guides.rilinkschools.org/ghgators) provide access to the on-line catalog, selected online databases through the RILINK Consortium, various curriculum resources and integrations, and numerous links to recommended Internet resources.