ADL Library

Program Description

  • Our library is open to all members of the ADL school community. Come in to find a great book, do research, make projects, brainstorm amazing ideas, or simply curl up in a cozy space to read. The goal of the library is to provide every member of the ADL community with the best resources for academic and personal growth.

    The library offers an excellent collection of approximately 12,000 resources, including books, periodicals, ebooks, audiobooks, DVDs, and databases. We’ve got it all! The library is open throughout the school day, as well as before and after school (7:45-3:00).

    Our library has a wide range of materials covering a variety of subjects, interests, and reading levels to support and enrich the curriculum. Because our library contains materials from picture books to adult-level books, we encourage parents and guardians to talk with their children about their reading choices. We encourage all members of our school community to borrow from our awesome collection.

How to Get Extra Help

  • The library is open all day, as well as before and after school (7:30-3:00). Ms. Classen frequently works in classrooms and is available to help you with any project, just ask!

Library Expectations


    • Always have a pass
    • Follow school rules
    • Clean up after yourself
    • Treat books with respect
    • Practice kindness
    • Read read read!



About Teacher

Phone: (802)857-7928


Degrees and Certifications:

Ms. Classen

Ms. Classen loves learning interesting things. She earned her Master of Library and Information Science from the University of Pittsburgh in 2012 and has been turning kids into readers ever since. Ms. Classen is a big fan of all books, Harry Potter, animals, music, and all things Vermont. Please feel free to contact her by email/phone, or come by and visit in our beautiful library at any time.