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Learning Commons

Because every Glenville student has access to a global library on his/her own device, the role of our library has become even more important, not just a place to house resources, but one in which to create meaning from them. The Learning Commons provides a welcoming common space that encourages exploration, creation, and collaboration between students, teachers, and a broader community. It brings together the best of the physical and digital to create learning hubs. Evolving from a combination library and computer lab into a full-service learning, research and project space, our 21st century Learning Commons will inspire students to construct new knowledge and meaning from the world around them.

Jacqueline Carlin, Library Media Specialist

Andrea Casson Vaz, Media Assistant

Dylan Malave, ITST

Book Exchange Policies:

  • Students check out once a week, but can return a book at any time by placing it in the gray bin in the classroom.  If a student is in need of a book, he/she can let the teacher know, and we can arrange for an additional checkout.  
  • Students in Grades K-1 may check out one book at a time. Students in Grade 2 may check out 2 books, Grade 3 may check out 3, Grade 4 may check out 4, Grade 5 may check out 5.
  • In Grades K-2, books are due one week from checkout. In Grades 3-5, books are due two weeks from check out.
  • If your book is lost, we ask that you pay for the book so we can replace it.
  • You may renew your book for another week if you still reading it.
  • If you have any further questions about book exchange please contact Mrs. Carlin or Mrs. Vaz.