Links & Other Information
Mrs. Gail Murphy, Teacher-Librarian
Mrs. Lin Rusk, Library Associate
and illustrator Katherine Hannigan will be visiting Eisenhower
on March 1st and presenting to students in grades 2 - 5.
Hannigan is the author of Ida B, Emmaline and the Bunny,
and True (...sort of).
forms for Ms. Hannigan's books will be sent home in advance of
All classes have a regularly-scheduled weekly checkout time. Students
in Kindergarten, grades 1 and 2 also have a story read to them at
guidelines: Students in Kindergarten and Grade 1 may check out
one book weekly. Students in grades 2 - 5 may check out two books
or one book and one magazine weekly. Books checked out for reading
groups, research, etc. do not count as part of this number.
are checked out for one week. Books may be renewed once. Magazines
may not be renewed.
checkout information: Students who finish a book early may return
it to the library and check out another book. If students forget books
on their regularly-scheduled day, they may bring them back the next
day and check out new books.
books: We do not charge a fine for overdue books. Overdue
notices are sent home weekly. Students with books that are severely
overdue may be asked to keep library books at school.
for books: Students will be charged for lost or seriously damaged
books, as well as books that have not been returned in a timely manner.
Those charges are made three times per year, according to the district
of the Eisenhower Library: Students may donate a book to the school
library. The donation will be acknowledged in the book, as well as
in the Eisenhower Express. New or gently-used, age-appropriate
books are also accepted, although they may be placed in classrooms,
or passed on to other schools, when appropriate.Copyrights should
be current, particularly for nonfiction books. Please check with Mrs.
Murphy before donating used books.
Scott King Book Award
Seuss Geisel Award
Children's Choice Award
you to all those who have donated book to the Friends of the Eisenhower
Library. We appreciate your generosity.
the Dewey Decimal System
Britannica, BookFlix, Follett Shelf eBooks and more
(school password required)
reviewed resources for teachers, students and
web search for kids by librarians
are in the Reference section of the Internet Sites for students
Corner is a reading area in the library, created in memory of Lynn
Noesen, our long-term library associate who died in 2008. Lynn loved
books, and more importantly, she loved children.Lynn would have
been so pleased and honored with "Lynn's Corner".
has a new look. The interface has been recently updated. All students
in grades 3, 4, and 5 have usernames and passwords to access these
eBooks can now be accessed from Mac & Windows computers, laptops,
and netbooks, Kindle Fire, iPad, and Android tablets.
technical information, please click here.
a tutorial, please click here
and then scroll to your device on the right side of the page.
sure to check out the posters in the hallway leading to the library.
There are lots of fun activities coming up at Carnegie Stout.
you want to participate in a book club? Check out the : B'Tween
the Pages Book Club at Carnegie-Stout..