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Welcome to the Library

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The Sequoyah Elementary Library serves 430 students on a weekly basis.  We have 25 computers for student use during library classes and open access times.  We proudly circulate several hundred books a week and have a wonderful parent volunteer presence.

Circulation Policy

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Kindergarten students may check out one book per visit.  First through Fourth Grades may check out two books for visit.  Fifth grade may check out three books per visit.  We do not charge fines for overdue books, but damaged and lost books must be paid for by the end of the year. 
Kristen Clark Kristen Clark  
Library Media Specialist
 
942 Southgate Road
Knoxville, TN 37919
 
865-594-1360
 

Sequoyah Library Hours
7:45 a.m.-3:15 p.m. 

Library RESOURCES

LIBRARY CATALOG
Library Catalog  
 
ACCELERATED READER 
(2nd-5th)
AR
 
AR BOOK FINDER
 
http://www.worldbookonline.com/kids/home

LIBRARY DATABASES

BRITANNICA IMAGEQUEST
Britannica ImageQuest
 
KIDS INFOBITS
Kids Infobits
 
PEBBLE GO 
Pebble Go
 
WORLD BOOK KIDS
 
WORLD BOOK STUDENT 
World Book Student
 
WORLD BOOK DISCOVER
World Book Discover  
 
WHAT SHOULD I READ NEXT?
What Should I Read Next?  

E-Book RESOURCES

FOLLETT SHELF
 
MACKIN VIA
Mackin Via  
 
TRUEFLIX
 
STORYLINE ONLINE
Storyline Online
 
TUMBLEBOOKS 
TumbleBook Library  

 

School & Classroom Links
 
ABCYA.COM
ABCYa
 
BBC BITESIZE AGES 5-7
BBC Bitesize  
 
BBC BITESIZE AGES 8-11
BBC Bitesize
 
FACT MONSTER
 
KIDDLE (SEARCH ENGINE)
 
MATIFIC
Matific  
 
NEARPOD 

ORDER IN THE LIBRARY
Order in the Library
 
STARFALL
 
TYPING.COM (TypingWeb)
Typing.com
 
XTRA MATH 
XtraMath  
 

KCS Library Media Mission and Beliefs

 

LMS Vision

 

KCS Librarians/Media Specialists Beliefs 

 

We believe the Library Media Specialist will:
  • Promote a love of reading.
  • Create a safe and inviting environment for all learners. Cultivate a spirit of inquiry.
  • Collect a rich variety of resources to support the needs of each learner.
  • Provide equitable information access to all learners.
  • Teach learners:
    • To access information efficiently for a variety of purposes.
    • To evaluate and discern among information sources.
    • To use information critically, effectively, and ethically.
  • Collaborate with students and teachers to decide the best methods for creating and sharing information.
  • Integrate services with the school’s mission and goals.
  • Model lifelong learning by engaging in relevant and sustained professional development.

 

 
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