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Welcome!

Your librarian is Ms. Moore - mmoore@cpsed.net. I have a fixed schedule of 50-minute classes on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday between 8:50 - 3:20.

The Stone Hill School Library serves a community of approximately 250 students and their families, as well as 35 teachers, service providers, and support staff, without regard for age, gender, religious, or ethnic background, political affiliation, educational ability or economic status.

The Stone Hill School Library's resources are selected based on review sources, curriculum connections, student requests, annual awards lists, and Ms. Moore's voracious reading habits. All materials are available to be checked out; as of fall 2022, we had approximately 5,500 books in the collection. 

In addition, the Library has one classroom sized facility, a projector, six tables, and 30 laptops. 

As a member of the RILINK Consortium, the Stone Hill School Library further extends full access to its materials and services at no charge to the RILINK Consortium schools, libraries, and communities. If a teacher or student would like a book that we don't have at Garden City they may take advantage of our Interlibrary Loan program, through which we can order materials from more than 200 other Rhode Island school libraries.

Classroom teachers may check out as many books as they need for however long they need them. 

The number of items a student may have out at any one time varies according to grade:

  • Kindergartners may have one book for one week.
  • First through fifth graders may have two books for two weeks. If they need more time, students may renew their items for an additional two weeks.

Students, you are responsible for all items you check out. Please do not loan your library books to your friends! Lost or damaged books must be replaced, either with a new book or the cash equivalent (generally $10 for paperbacks and $20 for hardcovers).