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SIRS Discoverer

SIRS Discoverer

You Can Help Our Library Thrive

...volunteer! Our library volunteers are wonderfully friendly and there's something for everyone to do in our library, from a one-time commitment in the evening to a regular weekly library shift.

...join Friends of the Library. Just stop by the Library to join or email the school at and request to have a membership form sent home with your student.  You can also find a form here

...make a donation to Friends of the Library. Donations made are tax-deductible.

...order an engraved dedication brick for the Outdoor Reading Area. To order, see our librarian, Ms. Huggins, or any Library Volunteer.

...donate a needed book to our collection. Ask Ms. Huggins to suggest a title.

Welcome to the Library

Jennifer Nielson

author of

"The False Prince"," A Night Divided", "Horizon"

and other great titles, will be presenting to our 5th grade students on

Friday, February 16


Ms. Nielsen's books are always exciting and are at interest levels of 10 -12 year old students. 


Her newest title, "The Traitor's Game" is recommended for mid-school age students.  All 5th graders will get and order form for Ms. Nielsen's books but if you would like to purchase any of her books for students in other grades, please fill out the attached order form and send it in to the library by February 16.


Library Reminder:

Back by popular demand –
Dr. Seuss Pajama Night at O’Keeffe.

What? Wear pajamas to school - AFTER school!? Yes!
Get involved! The National Education Association’s Read Across America Day is a

nationwide reading celebration that takes place annually on
March 2—Dr. Seuss’s birthday.
Across the country, thousands of schools, libraries, and community centers participate by bringing together kids, teens, and books, and you can too!
Come and watch the movie “Horton Hears A Who”.

Wear your PJs and bring your
sleeping bag and pillows! Bring your folks! It will be lots of fun!

March 2nd 6:00pm – 8:00 pm in the cafeteria.

Popcorn and water will be available for sale.
Top: Cindy Hale, Addie Andrews (President), Annie Huggins, Susan Hewatt Bottom: 
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Our awesome librarian Mrs. Huggins!

Our awesome librarian Mrs. Huggins!

Check It Out

Check-in and Check-out Information

Students and parents may check out books every day.

  • Kindergarten students may check out one book for one week.
  • First, second, and third graders may check out two books for one week.
  • Fourth and fifth graders may check out three books for one week.
  • To encourage at-home reading, parents may check out books under their own names. Parents who are Friends of the Library (FOL) members may check out up to 15 books for two weeks and parents who are not FOL members may check out up to 5 books for two weeks.


If you want to renew a book, you must bring the book to the circulation desk and ask a volunteer to renew it for you. If you do not bring in the book, the book cannot be renewed.

Reference Books

There’s a special rule for reference materials, which must be checked out after 2:00 pm and returned by 8:00 am the next day.

Overdue Books

Library privileges are suspended when a book is overdue.