Media Center

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Email: Laura Sandefur, Media Aid

   Gone are the days of quiet, hush hush libraries! The current generation of students are not hunkered down over encyclopedias. Current libraries are full of color, activities, excitement, and fun. They are now being viewed as early literary spaces. A playful, invigorating place that lets kids' imaginations run freely. Kiss your old views of a library goodbye and say hello to the new “hub” of the school and community!  
   The library at Fairlawn Elementary houses thousands of age appropriate books ranging from classics to the latest releases. Depending on the grade, children are allowed to check out 1 or 2 books, and take them home at their teachers discretion in grades three through five. Checking out library books helps promote a sense of independence and teaches children responsibility by caring for their books and returning them on their due date. 
  Twice a year, a Scholastic Book Fair (I like to call it a party!) is hosted for children to have the opportunity to purchase books & accessories while raising money to propagate our school’s current titles. Parents and guardians will have the opportunity to visit our library with their children. Come see for yourself how bright, playful, and fun we are at Fairlawn!