About the Library

  • Caitlin Classen, Librarian
    Helen Donahey, Library Assistant 
    Phone: 802-857-7928
    Hours: 8:00 - 3:30

    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.

Library Procedures

  • COVID-19 Specific 

    • The library is closed but all students will have access to the collection 
    • Books can be checked out via this Google Form and delivered to classrooms/picked up at school/delivered as needed
    • All library materials will be quarantined for seven days before returning to circulation

    For more information, please review our ADL Library Reopening Guidelines.

    About the Collection

    The library has a wide range of materials covering a variety of subjects, interests, and reading levels to support and enrich the curriculum. Recognizing the fact that our library contains materials from picture books through adult books, we encourage parents and guardians to discuss their children’s reading selections with them. 

    Circulation

    • You may borrow up to 3 items at a time. 
    • Items are due back 2 weeks after checkout. 
    • You may renew an item if no one else has requested it. 

    Overdue Items

    • No fines are charged for overdue items. 
    • A replacement cost will be charged for lost/badly damaged items. 
    • You cannot attend a dance with a book that is more than 30 days overdue. 
      • Overdue emails are sent weekly (daily if it's an event week).
      • A printed overdue list is delivered to homerooms on Tuesdays. 
    • An item 60+ days overdue will prevent you from borrowing additional library material until those items are returned. 

     


    Library Bill of Rights

    The ADL Library adheres to the Library Bill of Rights (opens in a new window) to ensure our collection provides for all members of our school community. 


    EWSD Library Mission Statement

    The mission of EWSD libraries is to create inviting learning environments that inspire and honor curiosity, creativity, and collaboration. In partnership with students and staff, we support and recognize reading as the foundation for students to become skilled in multiple literacies. We strive to ensure that students become successful lifelong learners.

    Think - Create - Share - Grow 

     Used with permission from AASL.

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